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This issue's Uchites language learning section focuses on the ever-mysterious Russian soul and where and how it shows up in phrases and usages.
We asked our editors, advisors, and frequent contributors to share a Russian literary work they felt was particularly apt to read during The Great Pause.
195 years ago today Russian literature was born when a certain Yevgeny showed up.
In this week's Odder News: a Pushkin theme park, a boot-kicking contest, and just the kind of entrepreneurial shake-up the world needs right now.
Alexander Sergeyevich Pushkin was a lubricious, bawdy, impetuous, whoring gambler who seldom missed an opportunity to pick a fight.
Autumn is colder and darker than summer, but is it really that depressing? Classic poets and rock musicians weigh in.
Petersburg’s most famous statue raises as many questions as it answers.
Suing Putin (not over the protests) and selling a babushka's jam.
Ticks are good, good grades are bad, and please, don’t drink the water.
In which an artist tries to get out of a job illustrating a brochure and ends up getting sucked into a Pushkin meme vortex.
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