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The book of well-known Russian poet Marina Tsvetaeva (1892-1941), known as "the poet's sense of ultimate truth," consist of the artistic essays of literary history such as "My Pushkin" and "Pushkin and Pugachev".

The poems are divided into cycles: "Poems of Moscow", "Akhmatova", "Poems to Blok» and others. There are lyrical works. They emerges protest against the petty-bourgeois prosperity, heard an angry rebuke smug owners life. My Pushkin Pushkin and Pugachev Natalia Goncharova.

Please note: This audiobook is in Russian.

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