Lynne Ikach
  Cornell College
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Review of Third Factory by Viktor Shklovsky, trans. Richard Sheldon. Slavic & East European Journal 47.4 (2003): 691-92.

"Using Web-Based Materials as a Means of Maintaining Language Skills: An Example from Russian," Technology in the Teaching and Learning of Foreign Languages, Beloit College, October 30, 1999, and Integration of Technology into Teaching, Grinnell College, December 8, 1999.

"Reinventing the Self: The Autobiographies of Viktor Shklovsky," Humanities and Arts Interest Group, Cornell College, September, 1996.

"Contradiction and Confusion in Viktor Shklovsky's Third Factory," AATSEEL-Wisconsin Conference, Madison, April 28, 1996.

"Narrative Past, Narrator Present in Viktor Shklovsky's Once Upon a Time," Midwest Slavic Conference, Chicago, April 30, 1994.

"Narrative Layering in Zoo, or Letters Not about Love," Midwest Slavic Conference, East Lansing, MI, May 1, 1993.

"The Many Voices of Shklovsky in Mayakovsky and His Circle, " Twentieth-Century Literature Conference, Louisville, KY, February 26, 1993.

"Narrator versus Character in Viktor Shklovsky's Sentimental Journey, " AATSEEL Annual Meeting, San Francisco, December 29, 1991.

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