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Lise Brody

8 contributions found for Russian Life and/or Chtenia.

LISE BRODY has translated literature and critical works by Elena Makarova, Liudmila Petrushevskaya, Tatiana Mamonova and others. She is also a choreographer and interdisciplinary artist and taught high school for many years. She lives in Massachusetts.


Moscow Snow

Chtenia: Spring 2014
An example of the author's "miniature fiction" that juxtaposes nostalgia for the Russian past with stark reflections on the present.
Author: Alexander Kuprin
Translator: Lise Brody

Matilda Kshesinskaya

Russian Life: July/Aug 2012
It would be hard to imagine a ballerina’s life that was more storied than Matilda Kshesinskaya’s. Celebrated on world stages, the lover of tsars and princes, she lived to be 99 years old.
Author: Lada Bakal
Translator: Lise Brody
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Running City

Russian Life: July/Aug 2012
?There is no better way to get to know Moscow than to explore it on foot. And no better way to enjoy the exploration than to make a game of it!
Author: Lada Bakal
Translator: Lise Brody
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Thick Fog Over London

Russian Life: July/Aug 2012
The Olympics are upon us again, and already pundits are guessing at national medal counts. We, meanwhile, look at some of Russia’s top medal hopefuls.
Author: Nikolai Dolgopolov
Translator: Lise Brody
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At the Circus

Chtenia: Winter 2012

Author: Alexander Kuprin
Translator: Lise Brody
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Vetluga

Chtenia: Spring 2011

Author: Denis Osokin
Translator: Lise Brody
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The Lady of Copper Mountain

Chtenia: Winter 2010

Author: Pavel Bazhov
Translator: Lise Brody
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Rush Job

Chtenia: Fall 2009

Author: Elena Makarova
Translator: Lise Brody
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