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Производитель Glas New Russian Writing


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Virtually every one denounces the oppressiveness of being a woman in Russia; whether through the oppressive conformity of the past or disorder of the present.

Womens view

Производитель: Glas New Russian Writing

Цена: 957 руб.

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Эта книга будет изготовлена в соответствии с Вашим заказом по технологии Print-on-Demand. Virtually every one denounces the oppressiveness of being a woman in Russia; whether through the oppressive conformity of the past or disorder of the present.


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Recently unearthed in the archives of the NKVD, Nina Lugovskaya's diary provides a rare window into the daily routines of an educated Moscow family during the 1930s when fear of arrest was a fact of life. Nina's father, a leader of the Left-wing Socialist Revolutionaries, had embraced Lenin's New Economic Policy and prospered under it as the joint owner of several bakeries. But NEP and its "Nepmen" were short-lived. Nina's diary begins in 1932, after her father's return from three years exile in Siberia. Her family is still living in their large apartment, her older sisters are still singing and drawing, but money is scarce while knocks at the door are cause for alarm. Like Anne Frank, 13-year-old Nina Lugovskaya is conscious of the extraordinary dangers all around her yet preoccupied by ordinary adolescent concerns: boys and parties and who she wants to be when she grows up (she wants to be a writer). Traumatized by her father's first arrest, she hates Stalin and abhors his dictatorship but cannot discuss her feelings with her exhausted mother or her friends in school. Her diary is her confidant, personal and political. Unlike Anne Frank, Nina is neither pretty nor outgoing and she is tortured by feelings of self-doubt. Her diary is as much a portrait of her lonely inner world as it is of the Soviet outer one - the lies, the hypocrisy, the arrests and injustice. The diary ends in January 1937, two days before the NKVD conducted a thorough search of her family's apartment. Her diary was seized and carefully studied, the "incriminating" passages underlined (these markings have been preserved in the book). After her arrest in March, these passages were used to convict her as a "counterrevolutionary" who was "preparing to kill Stalin." She spent five years in a Kolyma prison camp and seven more in exile. This silenced her forever and instead of a writer she became a painter. She died in 1993. Her plainspoken diary is an unprecedented document of Soviet totalitarian rule.

The Diary of a Soviet Schoolgirl

Производитель: Glas New Russian Writing

Цена: 957 руб.

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Эта книга будет изготовлена в соответствии с Вашим заказом по технологии Print-on-Demand. Recently unearthed in the archives of the NKVD, Nina Lugovskaya's diary provides a rare window into the daily routines of an educated Moscow family during the 1930s when fear of arrest was a fact of life. Nina's father, a leader of the Left-wing Socialist Revolutionaries, had embraced Lenin's New Economic Policy and prospered under it as the joint owner of several bakeries. But NEP and its "Nepmen" were short-lived. Nina's diary begins in 1932, after her father's return from three years exile in Siberia. Her family is still living in their large apartment, her older sisters are still singing and drawing, but money is scarce while knocks at the door are cause for alarm. Like Anne Frank, 13-year-old Nina Lugovskaya is conscious of the extraordinary dangers all around her yet preoccupied by ordinary adolescent concerns: boys and parties and who she wants to be when she grows up (she wants to be a writer). Traumatized by her father's first arrest, she hates Stalin and abhors his dictatorship but cannot discuss her feelings with her exhausted mother or her friends in school. Her diary is her confidant, personal and political. Unlike Anne Frank, Nina is neither pretty nor outgoing and she is tortured by feelings of self-doubt. Her diary is as much a portrait of her lonely inner world as it is of the Soviet outer one - the lies, the hypocrisy, the arrests and injustice. The diary ends in January 1937, two days before the NKVD conducted a thorough search of her family's apartment. Her diary was seized and carefully studied, the "incriminating" passages underlined (these markings have been preserved in the book). After her arrest in March, these passages were used to convict her as a "counterrevolutionary" who was "preparing to kill Stalin." She spent five years in a Kolyma prison camp and seven more in exile. This silenced her forever and instead of a writer she became a painter. She died in 1993. Her plainspoken diary is an unprecedented document of Soviet totalitarian rule.


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In Vasil Bykov's powerful short novel "The Manhunt", a dispossessed farmer is betrayed by his son in the collectivized countryside of the 1930s. He is exiled to Siberia but runs away and finally prefers death to infamy.

The scared generation

Производитель: Glas New Russian Writing

Цена: 957 руб.

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Эта книга будет изготовлена в соответствии с Вашим заказом по технологии Print-on-Demand. In Vasil Bykov's powerful short novel "The Manhunt", a dispossessed farmer is betrayed by his son in the collectivized countryside of the 1930s. He is exiled to Siberia but runs away and finally prefers death to infamy.


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War and Peace: a compelling portrait of post-post-perestroika Russia. War and Peace: brings together 12 stories by new generation of Russian writers. These 'state of the nation' stories imaginatively explore current Russian definitions of war and peace. War: controversial stories about life in the modern Russian army where the continuing war in the Caucasus has bred discontent and corruption. Peace: stories from the frontline of contemporary life for women in Russia - from relationships and violence to aging and the generation gap.

War and peace

Производитель: Glas New Russian Writing

Цена: 957 руб.

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Эта книга будет изготовлена в соответствии с Вашим заказом по технологии Print-on-Demand. War and Peace: a compelling portrait of post-post-perestroika Russia. War and Peace: brings together 12 stories by new generation of Russian writers. These 'state of the nation' stories imaginatively explore current Russian definitions of war and peace. War: controversial stories about life in the modern Russian army where the continuing war in the Caucasus has bred discontent and corruption. Peace: stories from the frontline of contemporary life for women in Russia - from relationships and violence to aging and the generation gap.


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Minus depicts post-Soviet Siberians as people with dormant inner power languishing in the cage of their circumstances. The narrator, a young man named Roman, and his friends are the losers in the new Russian society. Their life is shown with painful veracity.

MINUS

Производитель: Glas New Russian Writing

Цена: 957 руб.

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Эта книга будет изготовлена в соответствии с Вашим заказом по технологии Print-on-Demand. Minus depicts post-Soviet Siberians as people with dormant inner power languishing in the cage of their circumstances. The narrator, a young man named Roman, and his friends are the losers in the new Russian society. Their life is shown with painful veracity.


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"Twelve Stories of Russia: A Novel, I guess" is about a young American who moves to Moscow in 1991, knowing next to nothing about the country. In his discovery of Russia he is witness to an unsuccessful coup, an even-less-successful rebellion, rampant inflation, unprecedented social, economic and political change, mafia infighting, and a host of other phenomena that characterize this period. He moves among ordinary new Russians, meeting all sorts of curious characters, learning unsuccessfully to drink vodka and discussing English grammar and the other stumbling blocs of Western culture with his Russian friends. "Why is it," his Russian friend asks, "that you Americans smile so much?" His misconceptions about Russia land him in funny and sometimes dangerous situations while at the same time allowing him to have a good look at the underside of the various social strata. "Twelve Stories" is an intelligent novel about contemporary Russia. For readers seeking an alternative to the "Russia-as-menace" genre, it offers observations on real life that are both thought-provoking and true, providing a fresh and thoughtful perspective on Russian culture. The author, a graduate of NU, is a young writer and translator who lives in Moscow with his Russian wife. This is his first novel.

Twelve stories of Russia: a novel, i guess

Производитель: Glas New Russian Writing

Цена: 558 руб.

Описание:
Эта книга будет изготовлена в соответствии с Вашим заказом по технологии Print-on-Demand. "Twelve Stories of Russia: A Novel, I guess" is about a young American who moves to Moscow in 1991, knowing next to nothing about the country. In his discovery of Russia he is witness to an unsuccessful coup, an even-less-successful rebellion, rampant inflation, unprecedented social, economic and political change, mafia infighting, and a host of other phenomena that characterize this period. He moves among ordinary new Russians, meeting all sorts of curious characters, learning unsuccessfully to drink vodka and discussing English grammar and the other stumbling blocs of Western culture with his Russian friends. "Why is it," his Russian friend asks, "that you Americans smile so much?" His misconceptions about Russia land him in funny and sometimes dangerous situations while at the same time allowing him to have a good look at the underside of the various social strata. "Twelve Stories" is an intelligent novel about contemporary Russia. For readers seeking an alternative to the "Russia-as-menace" genre, it offers observations on real life that are both thought-provoking and true, providing a fresh and thoughtful perspective on Russian culture. The author, a graduate of NU, is a young writer and translator who lives in Moscow with his Russian wife. This is his first novel.


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This anthology presents a new generation of authors from various parts of Russia who never lived in the Soviet Union and therefore free of the Soviet legacy. Theirs is a fundamentally new way of thinking and seeing the world. These voices from the future deserve your attention.

Squaring the Circle

Производитель: Glas New Russian Writing

Цена: 556 руб.

Описание:
Эта книга будет изготовлена в соответствии с Вашим заказом по технологии Print-on-Demand. This anthology presents a new generation of authors from various parts of Russia who never lived in the Soviet Union and therefore free of the Soviet legacy. Theirs is a fundamentally new way of thinking and seeing the world. These voices from the future deserve your attention.



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