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Two recently published works of fiction that we liked and wanted to share with you.
This is a short excerpt from the first-ever English translation (by Robert and Elizabeth Chandler) of Grossman’s epic novel of the turning point in World War II.
A poem from the new volume Alcestis of the Underworld, by a regular translator of works published by Russian Life Books.
In which an artist tries to get out of a job illustrating a brochure and ends up getting sucked into a Pushkin meme vortex.
There was a time when literary journals ruled Russian intellectual life. That time has passed.
Russia thaws. People have thoughts. Not always good ones.
Redemption is grim, shocking, and rooted in the author's own tragic history. Yet, true to its name, it is a powerful story of redemption.
Russia’s best known poet was born 250 years ago, and his last name was not Pushkin.
Fyodor Tyutchev (whose 115th birthday is today) was endowed with genius and good luck: a great Russian poet, he was not killed in a duel or in the Caucasus. Nor did he rot in Siberia, but instead lived until he was 70 and died in his own bed.
Everyone in Russia knows the great writer Ivan Turgenev, whose 200th birthday is today, and they make his acquaintance in three stages.
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