Three powerful books by or about Russia’s greatest figures, each conveys a passionate and personal view of their homeland.
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- Winner of the 2021 Rubery Book Award - BBC music broadcaster Stephen Johnson (who has Bipolar Disorder himself) explores the power of Shostakovich’s music during Stalin’s reign of terror, and ...
At once a travel narrative, an allegorical journey, a withering comment on State-Building, a humanist philosophy of life, a preparation for death and a prophecy of resurrection (both for Armenia and f...
A new anthology of Dostoevsky’s remarkable work ‘A Writer’s Diary’. Brilliantly introduced by Rosamund Bartlett, distinguished scholar and writer, The Diary stands revealed as the work of ...
‘In Russia the truth almost always has an entirely fantastical character.’ – Fyodor Dostoevsky
The Russian Soul: Selections from A Writer’s Diary by Fyodor Dostoevsky, Introduced by Rosamund Bartlett
Journey to Armenia by Osip Mandelstam
How Shostakovich Changed My Mind by Stephen Johnson
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