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I invited Lena to celebrate at the restaurant at the Actors' Club, on Pushkin
Square. Getting into that restaurant was no easy matter — not because it was
such a great place, but because it was open only to members of the actors' union.
one whispered in my ear as they swiftly dragged me in my bewilderment to a
waiting police van along with some demonstrators. "Black Ravens" had
converged on Pushkin Square from all sides. Men in uniforms and civilian clothes
had come ...
"That's good, good, very good," the captain said, "but how did it come about that
you were at the Pushkin Monument?" "I wasn't at the monument, comrade chief.
We were on our way to the restaurant on Pushkin Square, where Lena was ...
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So many richnessess in such a small book. Such lovable characters. An indictment of a political system that never could work, no matter how hard it hammered its citizens into place. Read full review