Table of contents for Holy fathers, secular sons : clergy, intelligentsia, and the modern self in revolutionary Russia / Laurie Manchester.

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Contents
List of Illustrations and Tables ix
Preface xi
Introduction 3
Chapter 1: The Backdrop: Clerical Life and Representations of Popovichi 00
Chapter 2: Popovichi and Their Fathers Judge Other Social Estates 00
Chapter 3: Prescriptive Norms for the Sacred Estate 00
Chapter 4: Clerical Childhood as Heaven on Earth 00
Chapter 5: Martyrdom, Moral Superiority, and a Bursa Education 000
Chapter 6: Holy Exodus: Leaving the Clergy to Impose Clerical Traditions 
000
Chapter 7: The Search for Secular Salvation in Society 000
Conclusion 000
Glossary 000
Data on Identifiable Popovichi's Personal Texts 000
Notes 000
Works Cited 000
Index 000

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Russkaèeiáia pravoslavnaèeiáia èetáiserkov -- Clergy -- Political activity.
Russia -- Church history -- 20th century.
Church and state -- Russia.