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Peu après los angeles Première Guerre mondiale, l'ingénieur Loss se lance dans los angeles building d'une fusée pour rejoindre l. a. planète Mars. Mais personne ne veut l'accompagner dans ce voyage périlleux, à l'exception d'un aventurier, un ancien soldat de l'Armée rouge, Goussev. Arrivés sur Mars, ils y découvrent une civilisation millénaire, fondée par les rescapés de l'Atlantide où le luxe féodal de los angeles caste des gouvernants est le fruit du travail de mornes foules d'ouvriers...

Réflexion sur l. a. révolution, le progrès, les hazards de los angeles décadence de l. a. civilisation, Aélita (1923) est considéré comme le optimum chef-d'oeuvre de l. a. science-fiction soviétique. Mais le roman de Tolstoï est avant tout un grand livre d'aventures, dans l'esprit des oeuvres de H.G. Wells, Jack London, Burroughs ou Brioussov. Les légendes de l'Atlantide, les épopées des Hommes du Ciel, les scènes d'amour et de strive against, les envolées mystiques de Loss, l'intelligence prosaïque et les réparties comiques de Goussev - un personnage classique du skaz du XIXe siècle -, les descriptions d'un monde inconnu et mystérieux, tout cela fait d'Aélita un roman exaltant.

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Vi, 5 ±11, 502±4, 801 ±2, and passim. 30 The modernisation of Russia 1676 ±1825 the east, the tsars' Siberian conquests, dating from Ivan IV's capture of Kazan' in 1552, were secured against Chinese incursion by the treaty of Nerchinsk in 1689 (though variations in the Latin text and inadequate geographic knowledge led to renewed attempts to de®ne the border in the 1730s). In 1696, Peter the Great conquered the Black Sea fortress port of Azov, which, despite changing hands more than once, remained a lasting symbol of Russian ambitions in the south.

As governor of Astrakhan' from 1719, Volynskii prepared for an attack on Persia, launched in 1722, from which Russia gained lands on the Caspian's western and southern shores in 1724. Since these had to be abandoned in 1732 on grounds of expense, it was not until the ®nal year of Catherine II's reign that another Russian army was ®elded against Persia. By conquering Baku in July 1796, Valerian Zubov achieved more 17 D. Shvidkovsky, The Empress and the Architect: British Architecture and Gardens at the Court of Catherine the Great (New Haven, CT, 1996), p.

Eclectic Review, quoted in Anderson, The Rise of Modern Diplomacy, p. 185. Apart from the medieval Mongol empire, only the nineteenth-century British empire surpassed Russia's in territorial terms. Quoted in H. G. Schenk, The Mind of the European Romantics: An Essay in Cultural History (Oxford, 1979), p. 33. The tsar, however, did not go so far as V. F. Malinovskii, who had contemplated radical social reform, including peasant emancipation, as the corollary of a recon®gured Europe in which self-governing ethnic units would coexist in just and peaceful equilibrium under the aegis of a General Union governed by an elective General Council.

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