Do you like Russian literature? Do you feel like walking in the magical streets of Saint Petersburg? Do you enjoy seeing old Russian houses? Or saying “Privyet” to the old people who are reading “Pravda” at the big parks of Moscow?
It’s true that reading Russian classics lets you time travel. You find your self enjoying a bottle of vodka together with dried fish and you don’t mind sitting on a chair on the very frozen Volga river! You like cold weather and you have friends who love cold weather. You just know how to spend a great time when the city wears white.
It’s always amazing to see the world talking about the books you are reading. This time, let’s see the opinions of people about Russian literature:
I was asked to re-interpret a Boris Ryzhy poem for a celebration of his work in #Yekaterinburg. I filmed this in Swansea, made some music and performed (reluctantly) this piece. Enjoy #russianliterature #borisRyzhy #БорисРыжий https://t.co/nFyGuNb3hf— Geraint Rhys Music (@GeraintRhys1) September 19, 2019
Of course, one of the things I most love about book dealing is being able to have temporary possession o beautiful objects such as this Russian, Foreign Languages Publishing House, edition of Gogol's 'Evenings Near the Village of Dikanka' #Gogol #Russianliterature #booklovers pic.twitter.com/qjQNrerGHt— Bopcap Books (@BopcapBooks) November 6, 2019