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The literary dormitory at Moscow University becomes a kind of Russian Grand Hotel, serving the last supper of empire to a host of writers gathered from every corner of the continent, and beyond. Young poets from Vietnam, Mongolia, Yakutia, Uzbekistan, Rus
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Teen Fiction

The life of little Anya flows measuredly and happily. In the summer - in the village, with blueberry glades, and tall pines and a warm lake. And in the winter in Moscow, with the Tretyakov Gallery and gifts from the Children's World. But one day this life ends. Anna now lives in New York. While her parents are studying at the university, she goes to an American school, eats sandwiches with jam instead of soup, looks for new friends and gets used to walking without a hat on the street. Maria Danilova's story 'Anya here and there' in 2020 entered the final of the Krapivin Children's Literary Prize . This is a story about growing up between two cultures, about how important it is, wherever you are, to know that you can always return home.

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Classics

In 1942, an eighteen-year-old boy, Victor Astafyev, volunteered for the front. He served on the front line, suffered several serious wounds, was awarded the Order of the Red Star and the medal 'For Courage', was discharged in 1945 with the rank of 'ordinary'. The war, seen through the eyes of a simple soldier - one of hundreds of thousands who, in inhuman conditions, daily fight with death - is the central theme in the work of the outstanding Russian writer Viktor Astafyev. The novel 'Cursed and Killed' is the result of many years of reflection and one of the most dramatic, tragic and truthful stories about the war as a 'crime against reason'. The piercing frankness of the writer, his uncompromising unwillingness to hide the 'inconvenient' facts and to embellish the harsh truth, betraying his own memories and memory of the fallen, won the love of millions of readers for Astafyev's works.

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History

Продолжение пособия по развитию навыков аудирования на материале языка СМИ. Включает 5 тем, каждая из которых рассчитана на 8-10 академических часов. Цель пособия - расширение лексического запаса и его систематизация, развитие и совершенствование умений а

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Velikaia sov' [The Great Owl]
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Philosophy
One of the recent books by philosopher and philologist Mikhail Epshtein. This time it is more philosophical and it is about Soviet being, which is looked at as a myth that collapses and revives at different stages of the history.
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Pokushenie na mirnuiu zhizn' (vzgliad na sovremennyi terrorizm) [Attempt on a peaceful life (a look at modern terrorism)]
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Politics
Монография посвящена террористической деятельности как социально-политическому феномену. Затрагиваются проблемы современного терроризма, безопасность личности, общества и государства, рассматривается террор как способ разрешения социальных конфликтов, ана
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Learning Russian
The author proposes an original system of exercises in lexical style for the Russian as a foreign language course. The book presents the most relevant topics for foreigners: the composition of the word, antonyms, synonyms, borrowings, stylistic layers of vocabulary, word compatibility, etc. Exercises are given on the principle of increasing complexity, which makes the manual indispensable in different levels. There are indicative keys. Methodical recommendations will help in practical work. The book is addressed to both teachers and students studying the Russian language independently.
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History
William Fuller, a recognized expert on Russian military history, selected the notorious case of Colonel S. Myasoyedov and General V. Sukhomlinov as the topic of his new book. Involving the investigative materials not yet used by historians, the author combines the biographical narrative full of living details with the analysis of police, intelligence and judicial practices and offers a perceptive reconstruction of the spy mania of the military and political elites of late imperial Russia. The central questions around which the book is built up: how and why was it possible to incriminate officers, albeit morally impaired and unclean in hand, but never inclined to treason and not destined, the worst crime in wartime and convince a large number of people of their guilt?
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World War 2
The book is dedicated to the Soviet military elite of the 1930s. The author studied intra-army groups - original fraternities that originated during the civil war and continued to exist in the 30s of the 20th century within the military elite. It is rightly pointed out to contradictions and even mutual hostility between them. The question is why JV Stalin destroyed a significant part of his military elite on the eve of World War II. Based on a wealth of material, primarily archival, the author offers his own interpretation of events. The book is intended for specialist historians, teachers, students of higher educational institutions, teachers, as well as for all those interested in the problems of military and social history.
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Classics
Winston Smith toes the Party line, rewriting history to satisfy the demands of the Ministry of Truth. With each lie he writes, Winston grows to hate the Party that seeks power for its own sake and persecutes those who dare to commit thoughtcrimes. But as he starts to think for himself, Winston can?t escape the fact that Big Brother is always watching... A startling and haunting novel, 1984 creates an imaginary world that is completely convincing from start to finish. No one can deny the novel?s hold on the imaginations of whole generations, or the power of its admonitions?a power that seems to grow, not lessen, with the passage of time.
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Fiction Contemporary
Sergey Dovlatov was born in evacuation and died in exile. As a writer, he was formed in Leningrad, but success came to him in America, where he lived since 1979. His artistic thought with a visible paradox, justified by life experience, is simple and noble: to tell how people live strangely, sometimes sadly laughing, then sadly grieving. There are no righteous people in his books, because there are no villains in them either. The writer knows: both heaven and hell are within ourselves. Dovlatov believed in the 'smile of reason.' At the end of the second millennium, this worthy, reserved position brought to Sergei Dovlatov widespread fame. Alas, he died just at the moment when fame arrived. At home for many years now Dovlatov is one of the most consistently readable authors. His prose is staged, screened, studied in schools and universities, translated into major European and Japanese languages. Sergey Dovlatov said that he would like to be like Chekhov.
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Children's Fiction
A poor prince wants to marry the Emperor's daughter and sends her two beautiful gifts, a nightingale and a rose. The princess rejects the humble gifts because they're real and natural, rather than artificial. The prince then disguises himself and applies
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History
A new book by the famous philologist and historian, professor of the University of Cambridge, Alexander Etkind, tells how the Russian Empire took possession of foreign territories and developed its own lands, colonizing many peoples, including the Russians themselves. Etkind elaborates on the limits of the application of the Western notions of colonialism and orientalism to Russian culture, the formation of the language of self-colonization among Russian historians, the serfdom and the peasant community as colonial institutions, and attempts at literature to solve in their own way the problems of internal colonization posed by Russian history. Moving from history to literature and back, Etkind gives unexpected interpretations of critical texts about the imperial experience, whose authors were Defoe and Tolstoy, Gogol and Conrad, Kant and Bakhtin
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Fiction Contemporary

A young poetess carries her mother's ashes from the Volgograd region to Siberia to be buried at home next to her grandmother and aunt. From Volgograd to Moscow, from Moscow to Novosibirsk and Irkutsk by plane and then fourteen hours by bus through the taiga to the small dead-end town of Ust-Ilimsk. Carefully documenting the ritual of parting, complicated by bureaucratic red tape, the heroine makes her way to the comprehension of sexuality, femininity and death, as well as a new way of describing this experience. Oksana Vasiakina is a poetess, writer, essayist, laureate of the first degree of the Lyceum Prize (2019).

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Evraziiskaia imperiia: Istoriia Rossiiskoi imperii s 1552 g do nashikh dnei [Eurasia: from 1552 to the present day]
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History
Российская империя - одна из самых обширных и долговечных в истории. Она единственная после своей гибели в 1917 г. Сумела воссоздать себя под иным названием, вернув себе все прежние завоевания. После вторичного краха в 1992 г. ее наследницей стала Россия, во многом напоминающая все ту же империю, какой она родилась в 1552 г. Сегодняшняя Россия точно так же простирается на два континента - Европейский и Азиатский; точно так же объединяет в своих границах множество цивилизаций и народов; точно так же является христианским государством, в котором, однако, живут и мусульмане, и даже буддисты. России необходимо обеспечить мирное сосуществование столь разных своих граждан и решить вопрос: европейская она страна или евразийская. Бурная история Российской империи, ставшей теперь Российской Федерацией, ставит вопрос, имеющий ключевое значение для будущего континента, называемого Европой, и Европейского союза, границы которого пока не определены.
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Children's Fiction
Greg Heffley is in big trouble. School property has been damaged, and Greg is the prime suspect. But the crazy thing is, he?s innocent. Or at least sort of. The authorities are closing in, but when a surprise blizzard hits, the Heffley family is trapped indoors. Greg knows that when the snow melts he?s going to have to face the music, but could any punishment be worse than being stuck inside with your family for the holidays?
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Early Reader
The Ural Mountains hold many miracles: an unfading stone flower blooms here, a sparkling snake crawls out of the ground, a fire girl dances in the fire of fires ... And the goat Silver Hoof lives in the Urals - in the illustrations of Marina Uspenskaya, a
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Children's Fiction
'The Pot of Porridge' is a German folk tale from the collection of the Brothers Grimm, perhaps one of the most famous and beloved from early childhood. This is a story about how one girl received a pot as a gift from an old woman, who cooks porridge by he
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Children's Fiction
Vitaly Bianchi was and remains one of the most beloved, kind and humane children's writers. 'Translators from the wordless' - so he called himself and his associates, writing about the life of animals. Most of all, Bianchi loves to talk about those animal
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Early Reader
In the 'Children's Library for All Seasons' series, we have included only the best, most famous and favorite works of the classics of children's literature. The heroes of Marshak, Uspensky, Oster come to life thanks to colorful illustrations by famous art
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Children's Fiction
One night, the Gruffalo's child wanders into the woods to search for the Big Bad Mouse. But instead, she comes upon a small mouse in the woods...and decides to eat him! But wait, what is that? A shadow of a very large, scary creature falls on the ground.
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Children's Fiction
This humorous sketch from the life of friends Kostya and Shurik will be close and understandable to any modern elementary school student. How many events happened in a couple of hours thanks to an ordinary piece of putty that the guys picked out from the
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Children's Fiction
In this book, the writer Sergei Kozlov figuratively tells young readers about the seasons, emphasizing their distinctive features: Huge sun hares jump across the snow. The sunny hare has big warm ears and a small cold tail ... (Spring.) Lambs of clouds in
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Children's Fiction
Do you think it's easy to study in first grade? How difficult! And the hardest thing is to do the lessons. And is it really possible to calmly write an exercise or read a primer when your chair is staggering, your pen is scratching, and there is a fly in
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Children's Fiction
'Chuk and Gek' is one of the most popular works about restless boys. The story about two brothers who, on New Year's Eve, together with their mother, went far, far to Siberia, to the very edge of our vast country, in order to meet their father, is permeat
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Children's Fiction
Joyful and noisy in the spring forest. Frisky brooks ring under the trees, cranes chirp in the swamp, capercaillie sing on the lek, singing thrushes are flooded on the trees ... Writer I. Sokolov-Mikitov and artist G. Nikolsky told readers about the sprin
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Children's Fiction
The unlucky bear cub went for a walk in the forest. But how many surprises the forest has prepared for him! The badger scared Mishka and drove him up a tree, the rook plucked off Mishka's fur, and the journey ended with a fall into an anthill! Poems by Zi
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Children's Fiction
Everyone is familiar with the children's song about a twisted company, translated by Korney Ivanovich Chukovsky from English. In this little story, a whole twisted world is placed: some completely different, unfamiliar, or our world, which a child endowed
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Children's Fiction
The Russian folk tale about the Snow Maiden is read with enthusiasm at any age. It is full of magic and slight sadness, because it not only tells the wonderful story of a tender and fragile snow girl, but also reveals the secrets of the world around it: t
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Children's Fiction
Emelyushka the Fool sat on his stove and beat his buckets, until one day he had to go to the river for water. And there he turned up with unheard of luck - is it a joke to catch a magic pike! She not only speaks in a human voice, but also promises to fulf
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Children's Fiction
The Magical Story of Cinderella, edited by Charles Perrault, was first published in 1697 and has since become one of the finest classics for children known and loved around the world. In this book, the fragile Cinderella, the good fairy godmother, the arr
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Children's Fiction
Who has what in their portfolio, how does a deuce differ from a five, how did Petya teach poetry and what is a 'disservice' - about everything 'the funniest and most ridiculous' that can only happen to schoolchildren in class and at home, this witty and f
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Children's Fiction
The story-tale 'Old Man Hottabych' was published in 1938 and has since become one of the most beloved children's books. For several generations of boys and girls in our country, they have been reading with pleasure about the adventures of a genie who came
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Children's Fiction
When little monkey can't find his mother, butterfly offers to help in the search. Little monkey says that his mother is big, so butterfly leads him to . . . an elephant. No, that's not right! Little monkey says his mom is furry, so butterfly leads him to
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Children's Fiction
Agnia Lvovna Barto's poems, published in the For the Littlest series, will not only please the baby with acquaintance with new characters and interesting stories, but also help to establish emotional contact with him, give him a lesson in love, kindness,
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Children's Fiction
The famous story of the classic of English and world literature, Charles Dickens, is a subtle study of the human soul in all its uniqueness. Once, on Christmas Eve, the ghost of his companion, who had died several years ago, came to visit the mean and hea
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Children's Books
Does your kid already know the letters and his pens are drawn to books? Show him the series 'I read by syllables myself.' These are small books, with large letters, and all words are divided into syllables with accents. This series contains the best works
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Children's Fiction
One day, schoolgirl Olya, with the help of a magic mirror, enters the Kingdom of Crooked Mirrors. In this unusual kingdom, everything is turned upside down: real workers are considered lazy here, fools are sages, a crumb of bread is a whole loaf. Olya, together with her reflection, a girl named Yalo, will have to save the mirror-maker Gurd from execution and defeat the evil that reigned in the Kingdom of Crooked Mirrors for many years. But before that, Olya will have to look at herself from the outside and face her shortcomings. For middle school age.
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Children's Fiction
The Wizard of Oz contains the most beautiful, vivid and realistic illustrations of Libico Maraja, the Italian classic of book illustration, who is rightfully called the Master of Image. Libiko Maraya gave the world the most beloved children's heroes: Doro
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Children's Fiction
The little boy got lost in the jungle and was accepted by the wolf pack. Under the supervision of his loyal friends - Baloo the bear, Bagira the panther, Akela the wolf and the Raksha she-wolf - he teaches the Law of the Jungle. After all, they are full o
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Children's Fiction

This all-new I Can Read features splat-tastic inventions as Splat tries his paw at a new job-newspaper cat. Splat is so excited to be the new newspaper cat! But getting up super early, keeping track of all those papers, and delivering to all those houses sure isn't as easy as it looks. With help from Kitten, and some cool inventions, can Splat figure out how to toss papers like a pro?

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Children's Fiction

School's out, and Splat can't wait to visit the waterpark, but first he needs make some money-selling lemonade! Splat opens a lemonade stand to make enough money to buy a ticket to the Super Jump Water Park. But when Spike opens another lemonade stand right across the street, Splat is in for some friendly competition. He's going to have to think fast to beat his rival! Splat the Cat and the Lemonade Stand is a Level Two I Can Read book, geared for kids who read on their own but still need a little help. Beginning readers ready for Level Two will love this fun Splat the Cat adventure.

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Children's Fiction
Mikhail Zoshchenko is a special name in children's literature, because no other writer could so subtly, so delicately and unobtrusively combine humor and edification in his stories. And surprisingly, it does not irritate at all, does not repel from reading, moreover, Zoshchenko's works won the great love of children. How does it happen? Read the stories - and you yourself will understand everything.
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Children's Fiction
'I'm grim and grumpy,' says Small to Large, 'and I don't think you love me at all.' But nothing could be further from the truth--and Large knows just how to reassure Small in this warm and tender story about a child's biggest worry and a parent's endless
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Children's Fiction
George and Harold have created a new breed of justice. With the head of a dog and the body of a human, this heroic hound digs into deception, claws after crooks, rolls over robbers, and scampers after squirrels. Will he be able to resist the call of the w
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Children's Books
In the picture book Happy Birthday to You!, Dr. Seuss has crafted the perfect celebration of the person you were born to be. When the Great Birthday Bird arrives to usher in your ôDay of all Days,ö you can expect a colorful romp full of fantastical fun th
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Children's Fiction
The book about the incredible adventures of Gulliver has long been a favorite product of adults and children. It rightfully enters the golden fund of world literature. Once the ship's doctor Lemuel Gulliver goes to the wonderful country of Lilliputia, where tiny little people live. Together with him, the boys will learn about the fairy-tale state, about its laws and customs. But on this adventure of the brave sailor does not end, Gulliver's passion for travels leads him to the country of giants, where people are like mountains, and the cat is a terrible beast and even with flies it is necessary to fight ... the book, illustrated by the famous artist Vladimir Shevchenko, a gift for both the child and the adult.
$34.95 Price