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Konstantin Somov: 120 Masterpieces By Maria Tsaneva
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Konstantin Andreyevich Somov was a Russian artist associated with the World of Art. Born into a family of a major art historian and Hermitage Museum curator Andrey Ivanovich Somov, he became... More > interested in the 18th-century art and music at an early age. Inspired by Watteau and Fragonard, he preferred to work with watercolors and gouache. For three years he worked upon his masterpiece, Lady in Blue, painted in the manner of 18th-century portraitists. During the 1910s, Somov executed a number of rococo harlequin scenes and illustrations to the poems by Alexander Blok. Many of his works were exhibited abroad, especially in Germany, where the first monograph on him was published in 1909. Following the Russian Revolution, he immigrated to the United States, but found the country "absolutely alien to his art" and moved to Paris. He was buried at the Sainte-Geneviève-des-Bois Cemetery.< Less
September 11 By Louise Prister
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It is simply a day not one American will ever be able to forget. For most of us, we must look at news coverage to even begin to understand the horror, the disbelief, and the incredible damage and... More > sadness this senseless, hateful attack on America actually was. In this story, September 11, the author captures it so precisely, I felt like I was in the midst of this terrifying chaos. From the view of a Russian immigrant, recalling at the same time the horrors and unconscionable attitudes of the Russian government when anything similar happened to their people, the woman finds gratitude in living in such a generous, gracious, country America stands to be forever. The author’s eyewitness accounts, describing helpless feelings, the fear and the panic each person involved in this tragedy, is so spot on. Excellent content.< Less
September 11 By Louise Prister
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It is simply a day not one American will ever be able to forget. For most of us, we must look at news coverage to even begin to understand the horror, the disbelief, and the incredible damage and... More > sadness this senseless, hateful attack on America actually was. In this story, September 11, the author captures it so precisely, I felt like I was in the midst of this terrifying chaos. From the view of a Russian immigrant, recalling at the same time the horrors and unconscionable attitudes of the Russian government when anything similar happened to their people, the woman finds gratitude in living in such a generous, gracious, country America stands to be forever. The author’s eyewitness accounts, describing helpless feelings, the fear and the panic each person involved in this tragedy, is so spot on. Excellent content.< Less
Наши в Америке By Natalia Tkachenko
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In this book is given the individual stories of international Russian -American marriage and all the long way of adaptation of Russian speaking wife in the new continent. Joys and disappointments,... More > evaluation of life and relationships, various steps of the adjustment to the new life, which can be useful for the readers, facing the same experience or all those who appreciate cultural diversity. Book about adaptation in marriage and immigration, written in Russian language - is the best present for your Russian speaking ladies worldwide.< Less
АМЕРИКАНСКИЙ ДНЕВНИК РУССКОЙ ЭМИГРАНТКИ By Елена Чернохвостова-Левенсон
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Part memoir, part travelogue, this book is based on letters written from America to friends left behind in Moscow as well as notes taken during travels all over the continental US. The core of the... More > book is not only about America but about a Russian immigrant's life in the United States, from initial perceptions and reactions to their evolution over two decades.< Less
Boil the Steak & Cut the Onions! By Sara M. Junfin Castle
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Using the daughter as her main character and narrator, the author gives an intimate portrait of a Russian-German immigrant family who arrive in San Antonio, Texas in 1956. Through the insightful eyes... More > of the daughter, the reader sees the trials and tribulations of her determined, always upbeat father, as well as the rest of her family. The story begins with her father and mother opening a small restaurant in San Antonio and continues on an unlikely journey to a small Texas border town where the family buys an old run-down motel. Throughout the novel, the author weaves in characters and stories from their past in Russia and Germany which provides a contrast and perspective on what it means to become an American.< Less
A Passport To America By Rene' B. Vesery
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"A Passport to America" begins in October of 1914 and encompasses a five year journey from Jacques' home in Switzerland to the Ukraine and eventually to America. Jacques' family business... More > was importing wheat from the Ukraine and after the death of his father, Jacques was obliged to travel to Kiev on business. While in Kiev, he met Irena, a Georgian girl with azure blue eyes. Because of his attraction to her, he extended his stay in Kiev and that placed him there at the beginning of the Russian Revolution. The chaos forced him to travel many kilometers and put him in numerous situations of danger before he could escape Russia and immigrate to America.< Less
A Passport To America By Rene' B. Vesery
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"A Passport to America" begins in October of 1914 and encompasses a five year journey from Jacques' home in Switzerland to the Ukraine and eventually to America. Jacques' family business... More > was importing wheat from the Ukraine and after the death of his father, Jacques was obliged to travel to Kiev on business. While in Kiev, he met Irena, a Georgian girl with azure blue eyes. Because of his attraction to her, he extended his stay in Kiev and that placed him there at the beginning of the Russian Revolution. The chaos forced him to travel many kilometers and put him in numerous situations of danger before he could escape Russia and immigrate to America.< Less
SHE NEVER ASKED FOR VODKA By M.RAFIQUE AL-QURAISH
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AN IMMIGRANT HARD WORKING FEMALE SNEAKED IN LONDON FROM RUSSIA WAS ACCUSED AS SPY?.IT'S TWISTED AND CURVEY ROMANTIC BUT VIOLENT AS INDIRECT POLITICAL MOTOVATIVE SPY THRILLER IN SENSUAL PERILOUS... More > CONCERN ABOUT MISS.EKARRINA ZATULIVERTER WAS A RUSSIAN IMMIGRANT WAS ACCUSED IN DAINTED AS IF WAS RUSSIA SPY IN CURIOUSLY IN FRIGHT AS AN ADAMAMENT INLONDON HAD BEEN LINKED TO AN OLD DIVORCED COMMANDER DUVAL AT NATO HEAD QUARTER IN LUXEMBURG TO MEET HER FORMER POLITICIAN LOVER CALLED RT.HON.MER.MIKE IN HIDEOUS.THUS WITHCH HUNT BY mi6 LANDED HER IN COURT TO DEPORT BACK IN MOSCOW ON THE PRESSURE OF FRANKIE CONCERN BY c.i.a CHIEF HAD TURMOIL TO NATIONAL SECURITY AT PENTAGON IN WASHINGTON. BUT SHE WAS GIVEN LEAVE TO REMAIN IN UNITED KINGOM WAS THAT VICTORIOUS FOR THE COUNTER SPY MANDATE IN BOTH SIDE OF THE INTELLIGENCE AT LARGE.IT HAD BEEN FREEDOM OF DEMOCRACY IN UNITED KINGDOM TO JUSTIFIED BY THE ENGLISH JUDTIFICATION AS CONVENTIONAL IMMIGRANTS PROTECTION.< Less
Elysium By Robert M. Bersi
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This book, written for the eyes of a single reader, suggest a truth that touches us all. The romantic adventure between a beautiful young Russian immigrant and a high profile university chancellor... More > spins from Manhattan, through Las Vegas and Nevada, to the rustic refuge of the California wine country. It bears witness that true love ignores all boundaries: age, ethnicity, social canons, geography, even the grave. Moreover, in the twists and turns of its telling the author posits that such a love arises unbidden, is sustained by its indefinable perfection, and evolves through the timeless illumination of two lives by a necklace of precious, perfect moments. We cannot help, therefore, but trust that thus entwined their souls are fuse for eternity. Also by Robert M. Bersi: “Boys Unto Men” “Jack and Jill: The Voyage” “Jack and Jill” “Silver Mountain” “Armed and Abandoned” Mount Parnassus” “Raising Margaret Ann” “Shaping our Environment< Less

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