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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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Most Popular Books about Love

Most Popular Books about Love

Most Popular Books about Love The book season is in full swing, and publishers vying to offer the reader the brightest June news: the forbidden love of two women in the 30s of the Soviet era, the new novel by Pavel Sanaev and the biography of the famous traveler Marco Polo. Nikolay Bytes “Love of Mura” In the book under the catchy cover and hinting at “forbidden” love, the annotation is neither scandals, nor provocation, nor actually love. But there…

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Best Sellers Books 2014

Best Sellers Books 2014

Best Sellers Books 2014 Behind half of the summer and half of the year, and somehow the interim results suggest themselves. As if on New Year’s Eve we made a list of plans (and we made), but now I suddenly wanted to flip through them. To make sure that we are on the right track, to correct something, and to give acceleration to something – after all, there are exactly the same two thousand fourteen ahead and behind. And in…

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The Best Works of Russian Classics

The Best Works of Russian Classics

The Best Works of Russian Classics Despite the name, the collection contains not only novels. This list seemed interesting to me, since it marks the main milestones in the development of Russian literature of the 20th century. Vladimir Grigoryevich Bondarenko (b. 1946) is a Russian literary critic and publicist. Deputy chief editor of the newspaper “Tomorrow”. Editor-in-chief of the Day of Literature newspaper. In this collection there will be 2 lists at once – a list of Bondarenko himself and…

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Best Detectives Books

Best Detectives Books

Best Detectives Books The girl with the dragon tattoo, Stig Larsson, 10,696 readers, The Millennium trilogy, which sold over ten million copies before all the translations that were started, was a worldwide publishing sensation. The book has been translated into almost 40 languages, the rights to the film adaptation were purchased by Quentin Tarantino. Forty years ago, the mystery of the disappearance of a young relative haunts the aging industrial magnate, and now he makes the last attempt in his…

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Great Writers 20 Century

Great Writers 20 Century

Great Writers 20 Century Literature of the 20th century in its stylistic and ideological diversity is not comparable with the literature of the 19th century, where only three or four leading directions could be distinguished. At the same time, modern literature has yielded no more great talents than literature of the last century. Twentieth-century European fiction remains faithful to classical traditions. At the turn of the century, there are a galaxy of writers whose work has not yet expressed the…

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Modern World Writers

Modern World Writers

Modern World Writers The novels of Mikhail Shishkin are more sold in Germany, and Akunin, Pelevin and Lukyanenko – in England and America. Others have been translated, but success is out of the question. So far, the main Russian book success is the purchase by Alexander Mamut of the British book network Waterstone’s.– You know this notorious figure – translations of fiction from Russian into English account for less than three percent of the total number of translations, almost within…

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Popular Science Literature

Popular Science Literature

Popular Science Literature For several years I had the opportunity to conduct a seminar on scientific journalism at the university. My students were 5th and 6th year students of the Faculty of Journalism and Philology. In order to determine the general level of their preparation and understand which stove to dance from, I conducted a short survey. Among other questions, there were two such questions: “Do you think a myth or reality is the landing of American astronauts on the…

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