By Sergei Shargunov
The booklet displays the gigantic social and cultural variations that color Russia's fresh historical past and mirrors the adventure of a whole iteration of Russians whose lives and emotions are inextricably intertwined with the destiny in their homeland.
Shortlisted for the nationwide Bestseller Prize and a contender for the large booklet Award, A ebook with no pictures showcases the skills of 1 of the countrys brightest lighting fixtures; a key participant in a iteration on the leading edge of swap in modern Russia.
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A Book Without Photographs by Sergei Shargunov