Discuss comedy monologues that I included in this module representing the eras of perestroika and the collapse of the Soviet Union

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Discuss comedy monologues that I included in this module representing the eras of perestroika and the collapse of the Soviet Union. What are the themes and targets of satirists' writings? Give specific examples of Soviet / post-Soviet social, political, or economic issues that the comedians target. How do these stories present Russia as a nation? Did you feel that the topics and /or tonalities of the comedians' satire change from the late 1980s (perestroika era) to the 1990s? Using the information that you have about the era, explain the change (or lack thereof).

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Running head: COMEDY MONOLOGUES
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Comedy Monologues
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Comedy Monologues
The comedy monologue performed by Evgenii Petrosian in 1987, is giving an advice to
tourists who are about to tour Western Europe and warns them of things they should never do
while on the trip such as such as littering the train’s aisle and having affairs with foreign female
citizens (Petrosian, 1987). Besides, the comedy monologue pe...

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