There are many Pushkins. But only Russia can truly claim him as its own. For Pushkin made Russian literature what it is. Included in this piece are amazing photos from films based on Pushkin's works, plus excerpts, in Russian and English, from his most famous works.
Alexander Pushkin's work was inextricably bound up with his personal life and with his tragic death, foretold in his masterpiece, Yevgeny Onegin.
Irina Dakhnovskaya Lawton
Amidst all Russia's problems and challenges, there are some heartening success stories. This is one: the resurrection of Moscow's Church of St. Dmitry and the caring men and women who are rebuilding its mission.
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The latest from the travel front.
All the news that fits from all across Russia.
Dates and anniversaries that coincide with this summer issue.
A few discrete lessons in Russian curses.
Caviar stuffed eggs and an Egg & Cheese Salad are the two egg dishes in question.
Pskov region's three estates associated with Pushkin were more than a quiet place for the poet to create; they also offered material for his muse.
We review four new books: Moscow Rediscovered, Pushkin: A Biography, Pushkin's Button, and Chronicle of the Russian Tsars.
Where we interview Sergei Rogov, a top Russian expert and government advisor, on the past, present and future of US-Russian relations.
Boris Yeltsin in a flurry of activity while the Duma tries to impeach him. Little did we know he would only be in office a few more months...
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