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Best Novel

Best Novel

Best Novel Stephen Levitt, Stephen Dubner “When to Rob a Bank and Other Lifehacks”, “Alpina Publisher”, Moscow, 2016, translation by G. Yastrebov on television, not as invited experts, but as full-fledged stars – and all because they proved several suspiciously implausible theorems – for example, that the swimming pool in the courtyard of your house is more dangerous than the revolver stored in your closet. words: Paradoxically refuting the basic postulate of the economy to reduce the marginal revenue (first…

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Top Horror Books

Top Horror Books

Top Horror Books The works of Stephen King film one after another. Of the recent projects planned for 2013, one can name “The Dark Tower”, “Carrie”, a remake of the classic horror film Brian De Palma, “Confrontation” and “Rosa Marena”. But some of the novels of the writer for some reason remain “behind the scenes”. “Film Pro” considers this an unfortunate injustice and offers a hot five books of “the king of horrors”, simply created for the movie screen. Top…

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Top 100 Classic Books

Top 100 Classic Books

Top 100 Classic Books The action “Make a list of 100 books for youth” we started with the readers, after Prime Minister Vladimir Putin proposed creating a top 100 book for readers of that age, in which tastes, character, ideas about life and the world are formed. And it’s not at all what the prime minister proposed (and even the presidential candidate): the problem of what the new generation will grow on, how it will be, what country it will…

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Top Best Books of Modernity

Top Best Books of Modernity

Top Best Books of Modernity Tony Morrison “Beloved” Gabriel Garcia Marquez “One Hundred Years of Solitude” Jerome Salinger “The Catcher in the Rye” Harper Lee “To Kill a Mockingbird” John Hoyer Updike “The Tetralogy of the Rabbit” The Best Ten Books Writers Pick Their Favorite Books is published books of living authors. The list is based on the results of a survey in which 125 of the largest contemporary English-speaking writers took part, including Stephen King, Anne Patchett, Jonathan Franzen,…

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What to Read from Foreign Classics

What to Read from Foreign Classics

What to Read from Foreign Classics On our site you can easily find and read a work of both domestic and foreign classic poets. Using the magic of words, the great creators tried to convey all the feelings that every person on Earth can experience: love, happiness, joy, fear, pain. They all spin in an unknown whirlpool into which the reader can plunge. Whatever your mood and state of mind, on the RusStih website you will always find what you…

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10 Best Books for Teens

10 Best Books for Teens

10 Best Books for Teens Unfortunately, the modern generation does not like to read. Reading was replaced by computer games, social networking and other activities. But there are books that will certainly interest almost any teenager. 1. “To Kill a Mockingbird” by Harper Lee. This novel was published back in 1960 and almost immediately became a bestseller, and the author received the Pulitzer Prize, which is one of the most prestigious, for his creation. In addition, the book to this…

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Russian Authors

Russian Authors

Russian Authors Not so many writers can be called “children’s” in Russian literature. Some writers came to the world of children’s literature from research activities, politics, complex translations of foreign literature. Cognitive and at the same time colorful narratives in the halo of goodness are a distinctive feature of the works of naturalist writers: Vitaly Bianki, Igor Ivanovich Akimushkin, Mikhail Mikhailovich Prishvin, Evgeny Charushin and many other talented authors of the XIX-XX centuries. Nikolai Nikolayevich Nosov absolutely realized the genuine…

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Famous Modern Writers

Famous Modern Writers

Famous Modern Writers From the very beginning, I would like to clarify that this work is designed not so much for the writer as for the reader, because it is him, our reading contemporary, who has an exorbitant load, which few people think about. Just imagine: with each book written, the amount of literature to be read is growing, while the number of books to be written is proportionally reduced. Very soon, a year of five thousand such and such,…

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