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When Tolstoy started Anna Karenina, he was forty-four. He guessed that he would finish the novel, conceived as only a novella, in two weeks. Anna Karenina took him more than four years.
This week arts and crafts flourish under quarantine; a heatwave hits an unlikely place, and coronavirus fashion hits a new high (or low?).
Few Russians know who Julia Child is. Yet Darya still chose to name her restaurant after the iconic American chef.
A public opinion survey reveals that Russians are averse to a woman holding Putin's office.
On the occasion of the great writer’s 160th birthday, we offer up one of his lesser-known classics, newly translated.
The wealthiest woman on the African continent is, apparently, a Russian citizen.
170 years ago this week, January 15, 1850, the mathematician Sofia Kovalevskaya was born.
Poor, unfortunate Vasily Vasilyevich Korvin-Krukovsky. He worked so hard to help his family flourish, and, at least in his eyes, it all went to waste.
Kseniya is an architect, who found her passion in jewelry making.
In which a photographer convinces 12 women to share the contents of their magical purses, revealing mysteries of the Russian Soul.
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