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Fyodor Mikhailovich Dostoyevsky (1821-1881) is often regarded as the stereotypical Russian novelist: the author of huge, intense, philosophical works that make it onto every list of the world’s greatest novels, but are perhaps few people’s idea of fun. But this reputation ignores the great variety of his writing. This bilingual presentation of some of the author\'s least known works offers a fresh look at the famous author.

Chtenia: Readings from Russia Magazine Description:

PublisherRussian Life

CategoryCulture

LanguageEnglish

FrequencyBooks

Chtenia is the only regularly published journal of Russian fiction in English, presenting new or long-forgotten works of classic authors like Pushkin, Gogol and Tolstoy alongside works by contemporary authors like Sorokin, Gelasimov and Slavnikova.

But fiction is only the beginning. Each issue of Chtenia has wonderful photography, memoirs, essays on popular culture, song lyrics, poetry, humor, all centered around a chosen theme.

The result is a vivid snapshot of one aspect of Russian culture, an introduction that is sure to give you insights into new areas of Russian life.

"This is an impressive and unusual journal that deserves a space in every university and secondary school's library collection and in the mailboxes of serious readers, no matter their Russian language skills.” - New Pages

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