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Saint Petersburg :: Russia | 22 days ago

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July 9, 2014 (Issue # 1819) Alaw banning swearing infilm, theater andother forms ofart took effect July 1, outlawing theprofanity abundantly used inworks byRussian literary giants like novelist Fyodor Dostoyevsky andpoets such as Alexander Pushkin

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Los Angeles :: CA :: USA | 1 month ago

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Herewith, the story of Viv Albertine, star of Hogg's Exhibition , and also of her own life -- begun as a "poor North London girl" and lived through London Punk, a directing career, motherhood, illness, acting, authorship re-starting her band -- all

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Moscow :: Russia | 3 months ago

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No, says this version , Napolean's army suffered from "button failure." The company that provided Napoleon's army with coats made the buttons out of tin...Too many soldiers couldn't button their coats in subzero weather so they died. This story, it

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Moscow :: Russia | 3 months ago

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EPA/Sergei Karpukhin/Pool The Russian State Duma has passed a law that prohibits swearing in public performances . This is just the latest in a series of punitive legislative measures aiming to curb freedom of speech and expression in Russia, and

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Moscow :: Russia | 4 months ago

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While better known in Russia than in the Western world for his metaphysical realism, dissident author Yury Mamleyevs most famous novel is about to be published in English for the first time by Haute Culture Books. Mamleyev first began writing in the

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Reading :: United Kingdom | 4 months ago

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March 26, 2014 (Issue # 1803) Nowadays, Russian characters in British and American drama often fall into stereotyped images of classical literary characters, Cold War warriors, revolutionaries and dissidents. Viewers will soon witness a new attempt

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Saint Petersburg :: Russia | 5 months ago

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March 18, 2014 (Issue # 1801) The romantic words of Mikhail Lermontov, one of Russias most revered poets, will be heard across the city Mar. 21, also World Poetry Day, in honor of 200th anniversary of Lermontovs birth, reported Interfax Monday.

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New York City :: NY :: USA | 5 months ago

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March 5, 2014 (Issue # 1800) I said tothe bus driver Id like tosend my wife toLeningrad...So goes atypically witty line inSergei Dovlatovs Pushkin Hills. Unfairly andinexplicably forgotten inEnglish, Dovlatov is experiencing something ofa revival, as

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Lermontov :: Russia | 6 months ago

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Associate Professor in Arts and Languages & Linguistics at University of Melbourne Sochi currently hosting the Winter Olympics looks like the beach resort it is, situated on the blue waters of the east coast of the Black Sea, and enjoying a sub-

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Sydney :: Australia | 6 months ago

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Sonia Leber and David Chesworth's video and sound practice has long eked out the poetics of pragmatic, industrial, social or historical scenes, sites and scenarios. Documentary and performative in scope, their stunning new twin-channel video work,

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