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“Moja podróż sentymentalna po literackiej Rosji”

January 23, 2013

Recently I found a site called “Rosja w literaturze,” where lots of Polish-speaking readers review Russian books, or books about Russia, or link to reviews on their own various blogs. They cover Pushkin, Gogol, Turgenev, Aleksei Tolstoi, Dostoevskii, Lev Tolstoi, Leskov, and Chekhov, in addition to lots of non-Russian and non-nineteenth-century authors.

Here is Justyna Jonek on Lev Tolstoi’s Kreutzer Sonata (1889) and Tolstoi’s varied life and evolving uncompromising worldview. Who can resist a blog that promises “monstrrrous erudition”?

The title of this post comes from a 2010 post on Rosja w literaturze.

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