Moscow’s Cathedral of Christ the Saviour
Its Creation, Destruction, and Rebirth, 1813-1997

by Evgenia Kirichenko
Self Published, 2013

Dr. Kirichenko, an established architectural historian and ardent Muscovite, provides a detailed, scholarly, yet extraordinarily engaging account of the vexed conception and creation of Russia’s largest church, built as a memorial to the victory over the Napoleonic invasion of 1812.

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The Adventures of Mr. Nicholas Wisdom

by Ignacy Krasicki
Northwestern University Press, 1992

Winner of the 1993 PEN Book-of-the-Month Club Translation Prize

Bildungsroman by Poland’s most famous eighteenth-century satirist, not previously translated into English.

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Out Visiting and Back Home
Russian Stories on Aging

Selected, Edited and Translated by Thomas H. Hosington
Northwestern University Press, 1998

Eleven short stories by different authors dealing with aging and memory, set in late twentieth-century Russia.

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Stalinism as a Way of Life

by Lewis Siegelbaum and Andrei Sokolov
Yale University Press, 2000

Collection of documents, many of the originals written in substandard Russian, pertaining to the stormy early years of Soviet power.

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