Furthermore, in this Post Soviet/Communist era the strictures on the study of works inspired by religion, the Baroque, Ukrainian culture, and East Slavic ties to Western European culture, under which scholars such as Lewin worked, survive only in the memory of those who lived through the period. [...] Broggi's comments on the scholarly and intellectual context of 1956-2005 and the evolution of research on seventeenth- and eighteenth-century theatre are important for understanding Lewin' s place in the historical context.
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