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In RUBRIC "BOOK SHELF" we ask journalists, writers, scholars, curators and other heroines about their literary preferences and publications, which occupy an important place in their bookcase. Today, Anastasia Zavozova, the editor of the Meduza special projects and the translator of the Goldfinch and Little Friend, Donna Tartt, shares her stories about favorite books.

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In RUBRIC "BOOK SHELF" we ask journalists, writers, scholars, curators and other heroines about their literary preferences and publications that occupy an important place in their bookcase. Today, Assistant director and actress of the theater Post Alena Starostina shares with stories about her favorite books.

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In RUBRIC "BOOK SHELF" we ask journalists, writers, scholars, curators and other heroines about their literary preferences and publications, which occupy an important place in their bookcase. Today, Anna Savina is sharing her favorite book stories with Setka’s editor and the creator of the weekly newsletter Your weekly dose of reading.

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IN THE RUBRIC "BOOK SHELF" we ask the heroines about their literary preferences and publications, which occupy an important place in the bookcase. Today a poetess, a feminist, an employee of the Peresvetov Lane gallery of the exhibition halls of Moscow Oksana Vasyakina tells about favorite books. INTERVIEW: Alisa Taezhnaya PHOTOS: Katya Starostina MAKEUP: Anastasia Pryadkova Oksana Vasyakina poetess and feminist High voltage in the text and long reading can “poison” me, and I will feel like a hangover for a few more days I learned how to read in four years.

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In RUBRIC "BOOK SHELF" we ask journalists, writers, scholars, curators and other heroines about their literary preferences and publications, which occupy an important place in their bookcase. Today the journalist and co-founder of Sputnik food and travel lab Nick Makhlina shares her stories about favorite books.

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In RUBRIC "BOOK SHELF" we ask journalists, writers, scholars, curators and other heroines about their literary preferences and publications that occupy an important place in their bookcase. Today, biochemist-immunologist and Svetlana Bozrova, a biochemist-immunologist and research associate at the laboratory of nanobioengineering of the Moscow Engineering Physics Institute, shares her favorite books.

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IN RUBRIC "BOOK SHELF" we ask journalists, writers, scholars, curators and anyone else not about their literary preferences and about publications that occupy an important place in their bookcase. Today the writer and editor of the thick literary magazine "Rhino" Katya Morozova shares her stories about favorite books.

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In RUBRIC "BOOK SHELF" we ask journalists, writers, scholars, curators and other heroines about their literary preferences and publications, which occupy an important place in their bookcase. Today, sex-blogger, writer and lecturer Tatyana Nikonova shares her stories about favorite books.

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In RUBRIC "BOOK SHELF" we ask journalists, writers, scholars, curators and other heroines about their literary preferences and publications, which occupy an important place in their bookcase. Today, Oxford cartographer Sofia Gavrilova shares her stories about favorite books.

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In RUBRIC "BOOK SHELF" we ask journalists, writers, scholars, curators and other heroines about their literary preferences and publications, which occupy an important place in their bookcase. Today, the founder of the babyout search service Kidsout, children's writer and game editor of the Medusa newspaper, Ekaterina Krongauz, shares her favorite book stories.

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In RUBRIC "BOOK SHELF" we ask journalists, writers, scholars, curators and other heroines about their literary preferences and publications that occupy an important place in their bookcase. Today, actress Alexandra Cherkasova Servant shares her stories about favorite books. I vividly remember my first appearance on the stage - it was on the stage of the House of Scientists in the New Year, when I was seven years old.

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IN RUBRIC "BOOK SHELF" we ask the heroines about their literary preferences and publications, which occupy an important place in the bookcase. Today, Doula, psychologist, UNICEF expert, creator of the online preparation project for childbirth MAMALA Daria Utkina tells about favorite books. I was not a reading child, and all children's books like "Robinson Crusoe" passed by me.

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In RUBRIC "BOOK SHELF" we ask journalists, writers, scholars, curators and anyone else not about their literary preferences and about publications that occupy an important place in their bookcase. Today our guest is Elena Petrovskaya, a philosopher, anthropologist and editor-in-chief of the magazine Blue Sofa.

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In RUBRIC "BOOK SHELF" we ask journalists, writers, scholars, curators and other heroines about their literary preferences and publications that occupy an important place in their bookcase. Today, art historian Alexander Danilov shares his stories about favorite books. I don’t remember my life without books at all: books have surrounded me since childhood, and there were a lot of them.

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IN RUBRIC "BOOK SHELF" we ask journalists, writers, scholars, curators and anyone else not about their literary preferences and about publications that occupy an important place in their bookcase. Today a film critic, member of the editorial board of Logos magazine and translator Inna Kushnareva shares her stories about favorite books.

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In RUBRIC "BOOK SHELF" we ask journalists, writers, scholars, curators and other heroines about their literary preferences and publications, which occupy an important place in their bookcase. Today, Alena Bocharova, co-founder of the Beat Film Festival, shares her stories about favorite books. From childhood I knew that the letters were closer to my pictures, and I didn’t watch a movie at all (which I have to make up now), but I read a lot.

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In RUBRIC "BOOK SHELF" we ask journalists, writers, scholars, curators and other heroines about their literary preferences and publications, which occupy an important place in their bookcase. Today, art historian and curator Karina Karaeva shares her stories about favorite books. Formation of the habit of reading, or rather, moving away from the acoustic sound to the recorded text (I had many records with fairy tales at home, one of my favorite is Goldilocks), was formed by my mother, who still tells everyone that I loved extremely scary, sad stories.

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IN RUBRIC "BOOK SHELF" we ask journalists, writers, scholars, curators and anyone else not about their literary preferences and about publications that occupy an important place in their bookcase. Today curator Natalya Protasenya shares his stories about favorite books. Up to the end of the elementary school, reading did not interest me at all.

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