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Notes

1. Several Russian films about the Chechen conflict have been made since Prisoner of the Mountains, including Caucasian Roulette (Fyodor Popov, 2002), War (Aleksei Balabanov, 2005), 12 (Nikita Mikhalkov, 2007), and Alexandra (Alexander Sokurov, 2009). [return to page 2 of essay]

2. This essay is dedicated to the memory of Barbara Mortimer (1960-2006).

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Tolstoy, Leo. "A Prisoner in the Caucasus." 1870. Tolstoy also wrote a novella Hádji Murád, about a Chechen tribal leader, first published in 1904. Both the story and the novella are available online at The Literature Network, http://www.online-literature.com.

 


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