Life without Russia

by Vladimir Morgan


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Softcover
$18.68
E-Book
$5.95
Softcover
$18.68

Book Details

Language : Russian
Publication Date : 10/04/2013

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 290
ISBN : 9781479795017
Format : E-Book
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 290
ISBN : 9781479795024

About the Book

The book Life without Russia by Vladimir Morgan is an interesting phenomenon. It focused on biographical sketches, drawings, journal reports and stories about salutary cultural activities of the Russian people of different generations in the living arrangements without Russia. The love for them big country and the light of good and useful ideas for humanity illuminates their path and devoted heart. It contains no coarse language, adult themes, violence, sexual references or drug use whatsoever. It`s for all ages.


About the Author

The biography of our author and a cult writer Svetlana Savitsky from Russia measured her real and big affairs. Her novels, stories, parables, poems, essays and stories translated into many different languages. Admirers of talent writer established more than 20 museums dedicated to her creative work in Russia, Belgium, Spain, Germany, India, Slovakia, Serbia, and Ukraine. In Spain the writer Savitsky referred as Russian Hemingway, in Denmark - Russian Andersen and she is revered in India along with Rabindranath Tagore. To her own creative research she has traveling up across all Russia, and visited twenty others countries. The princess originally from genus of Naryshkin Svetlana Savitsky has a unique talent to be understandable to God and Hero, to the child and the old man, the Minister and the janitor, the millionaire and the paupers. In the literary world her homeland and on the Russian language space of the planet S. Savitsky has become a symbol of a kind patronage as the founder of the International Literary Contest for Grand-Prix The Golden Pen of Russie. Famous writer awarded more than 150 literary awards in Russia and other countries. One of the new stars discovered by astronomers in constellation Libra is named her honor.