The island of Crimea

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Vintage Books, Sep 1, 1984 - Fiction - 369 pages
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The story of the adventures of Andrei Luchnikov, a playboy and successful newspaper editor, provides a satirical view of life in the Soviet Union

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I have carefully read through this fairly complicated thing, excruciatingly awaiting a point. None was reached IMHO. Maybe it was more relevant in the 80s. I have found this book fairly pointless Read full review

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I have carefully read through this fairly complicated thing, excruciatingly awaiting a point. None was reached IMHO. Maybe it was more relevant in the 80s. I have found this book fairly pointless Read full review

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Aksyonov is a Novelist, Short-story Writer, Dramatist, and Screenwriter at the forefront of soviet cultural life

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