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The Love for Three Zuckerbrins (Любовь к трем цукербринам) by Victor Pelevin

I thought I had given up on Pelevin completely when I abandoned his novel Snuff (still not available in English), which read like clumsy Young Adult sci-fi with marginally funny political jokes and the indispensable chastisement of popular culture by ironic … Continue reading

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Telluria (Теллурия) by Vladimir Sorokin

Vladimir Sorokin’s new novel is a feast of self-repetitions which might work better for those who haven’t read the Russian author’s previous works. Here we find all his major preoccupations, idiosyncrasies and quirks most of which date back to his … Continue reading

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