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The Man From St Petersburg

Author : Ken Follett
ISBN : 1101043881
Genre : Fiction
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"Ken Follett has done it once more . . . goes down with the ease and impact of a well-prepared martini." —New York Times Book Review His name was Feliks. He came to London to commit a murder that would change history. A master manipulator, he had many weapons at his command, but against him were ranged the whole of the English police, a brilliant and powerful lord, and the young Winston Churchill himself. These odds would have stopped any man in the world—except the man from St. Petersburg. Look out for Ken Follett's newest book, A Column of Fire, available now.

Journey From St Petersburg

Author : Vadim Bytensky
ISBN : 9781425999360
Genre : Travel
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This book is sure to minister to the person that is struggling to get past their past. Louis Adams says, "Even though we have been traumatized by the events of our past, and though life may seem uncertain through your eyes, remember God has an ultimate plan for your life that will rock your world! Through this book, you will understand why those sometimes tragic and disappointing events of your past are used to make you a stronger and wiser person. Mr. Adams decided to cover this topic in this book because of the state of the world today. Adams says, "We have seen so much tragedy the last couple of years and I don't want anyone to blame God for it!" In addition, "There is so much Chaos in the Christian church today; I pray that God restores us in all sincerity so that His purpose and will can be done in the world. www.louisadams.com

Travels From St Petersburg In Russia To Diverse Parts Of Asia

Author : John Bell
ISBN : OSU:32435031280803
Genre : Asia
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Through Russia From St Petersburg To Astrakhan And The Crimea

Author : Mrs. Maria Guthrie
ISBN : UCAL:$B323087
Genre : Crimea (Ukraine)
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Ken Follett

Author : Carlos Ramet
ISBN : 0879727985
Genre : Social Science
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Carlos Ramet focuses on the artistic development and cultural implications of the best-selling author of works such as Eye of the Needle (1978), The Pillars of the Earth (1989), and The Hammer of Eden (1998). Beginning with his earliest published novel, The Big Needle (1974), Ramet explores the tension between the popular and the serious that has underlain much of Follett's work. Ramet examines this writer's blending of genres, film adaptations of his novels, and his keen ability to extend his readership through a “hybridization” process. Ramet linguistically analyzes Follett's flexibility with literary forms; explores archetypal patterns; and demonstrates that Follett's involvement in British politics is reflected not only in his latest works but has been implied by his novels from the start.

Travels From St Petersburg In Russia To Diverse Parts Of Asia

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St Petersburg 23

Author : Serge Gorneff
ISBN : 9781469116297
Genre : Fiction
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Papers Relative To The Disease Called Cholera Spasmodica In India Now Prevailing In The North Of Europe

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Genre : Cholera
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St Petersburg

Author : Solomon Volkov
ISBN : 1451603150
Genre : History
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The definitive cultural biography of the “Venice of the North” and its transcendent artistic and spiritual legacy, written by Russian emerge and acclaimed cultural historian, Solomon Volkov. Long considered to be the mad dream of an imperious autocrat—the "Venice of the North," conceived in a setting of malarial swamps—St. Petersburg was built in 1703 by Peter the Great as Russia's gateway to the West. For almost 300 years this splendid city has survived the most extreme attempts of man and nature to extinguish it, from flood, famine, and disease to civil war, Stalinist purges, and the epic 900-day siege by Hitler's armies. It has even been renamed twice, and became St. Petersburg again only in 1991. Yet not only has it retained its special, almost mystical identity as the schizophrenic soul of modern Russia, but it remains one of the most beautiful and alluring cities in the world. Now Solomon Volkov, a Russian emigre and acclaimed cultural historian, has written the definitive cultural biography of this city and its transcendent artistic and spiritual legacy. For Pushkin, Gogol, and Dostoyevsky, Petersburg was a spectral city that symbolized the near-apocalyptic conflicts of imperial Russia. As the monarchy declined, allowing intellectuals and artists to flourish, Petersburg became a center of avant-garde experiment and flamboyant bohemian challenge to the dominating power of the state, first czarist and then communist. The names of the Russian modern masters who found expression in St. Petersburg still resonate powerfully in every field of art: in music, Stravinsky, Prokofiev, and Shostakovich; in literature, Akhmatova, Blok, Mandelstam, Nabokov, and Brodsky; in dance, Diaghilev, Nijinsky, and Balanchine; in theater, Meyerhold; in painting, Chagall and Malevich; and many others, whose works are now part of the permanent fabric of Western civilization. Yet no comprehensive portrait of this thriving distinctive, and highly influential cosmopolitan culture, and the city that inspired it, has previously been attempted.

Putin And The Rise Of Russia

Author : Michael Stuermer
ISBN : 9780297856832
Genre : Political Science
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A brilliant analysis of Putin and the key role a resurgent Russia has to play in world affairs. When the Soviet Union collapsed, the world was left wondering about its destiny. Russia is still an enormous power with a population exceeding 140 million, immense military resources and giant energy reserves - in short, a vast land full of promise and opportunity. Russia has the potential to be a force of stability or a force of turmoil, but when it comes to global affairs, can she be persuaded to join the world order? Will yesterday's revolutionary power become tomorrow's stabilizer? Professor Stuermer's authoritative and timely account considers a Russia going through a defining phase after the departure of Vladimir Putin. History is on the move: we face an open and challenging future in which Russia, for better or for worse, will play a key role.

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