Books in category Travel – Russia

  • Metro Stop Dostoevsky

    Metro Stop Dostoevsky
    Ingrid Bengis

    A Russian American writer catapults herself into the maelstrom of Russian life at a time of seismic change for both The daughter of Russian émigrés, Ingrid Bengis grew up wondering whether she was American or, deep down, "really Russian.

  • Leaves from a Russian Diary and Thirty Years After Enlarged Edition

    Leaves from a Russian Diary—and Thirty Years After [Enlarged Edition]
    Pitirim A. Sorokin

    This is the enlarged edition published almost 30 years after the first 1924 publication and contains the additional section, “Thirty Years After,” in which the author describes how the Revolution that has since come of age has turned …

  • Sovjetistan  En rejse gennem Tadsjikistan

    Sovjetistan – En rejse gennem Tadsjikistan
    Erika Fatland

    I Sovjetistan – En rejse gennem Tadsjikistan tager Erika Fatland læseren med på en rejse ind i en verden, der er ukendt for selv de mest garvede globetrottere.

  • La Russie et les Russes

    La Russie et les Russes
    Victor Tissot, Ligaran,

    Extrait : "C'était à Léopol, capitale de la Galicie autrichienne, ville hospitalière et charmante qui venait de recevoir magnifiquement l'heureux monarque qui règne sur les plus jolies femmes de la terre : les Viennoises, les …

  • King of Russia

    King of Russia
    Dave King, Eric Duhatschek

    And introducing us to Evgeni Malkin, Magnitogorsk’s star and the NHL’s newest phenomenon. From the Hardcover edition.

  • The Companion Guide to St Petersburg

    The Companion Guide to St Petersburg
    Kyril FitzLyon, Kyril Zinovieff, Jenny Hughes

    As a guide to the hidden city, reconstructed, imagined and remembered, as well as to St Petersburg today, this book is highly recommended.

  • The Journey

    The Journey
    Sergio Pitol

    The Journey, the second work in Pitol's remarkable "Trilogy of Memory" (which Deep Vellum is publishing in its entirety), which won him the prestigious Cervantes Prize in 2005 and inspired the newest generation of Spanish-language writers, …

  • Letters from St Petersburg

    Letters from St. Petersburg
    Victoria Hammond

    A strange, beautiful account of a woman's intimate encounters with the people, places and politics of a rich yet crumbling culture.

  • Black Dragon River

    Black Dragon River
    Dominic Ziegler

    The known history of the river begins with Genghis Khan and the rise of the Mongolian empire a millennium ago, and the story of the region has been one of aggression and conquest ever since.

  • The Museum at the End of the World

    The Museum at the End of the World
    Alexia Bloch, Laurel Kendall

    Anthropologists Alexia Bloch and Laurel Kendall tell the story of their journey retracing the nineteenth-century Jesup North Pacific Expedition to the remote easternmost extension of Siberia and the northwest coast of North America.

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