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“Is it possible that one can act justly only in a negative sense?”

Things I Love (today)

It`s Friday.

I can`t believe I just said this. I`ve been waiting for so long to say these beautiful words. Well, to be exact, I`ve been waiting for Friday since Wednesday morning, when I returned to work, and that`s 2 days only, but nevertheless, Oh, does it ever feel good to say it – It`s Friday! 573 more words


Tolstoy's Warped View of Authority Served to Destroy in Russia the Institution He Held Most Dear - The Family. Are We Doing the Same?

Summer Reading

Given that even writing was on the back burner for a few months in favor of a demanding summer, I was a little surprised when I picked up Tolstoy’s… 1,821 more words


September TBR

Summer is at a close…which means that the time period in which I am able to get most of my reading done is also at a close. 447 more words


Maria Abashova and Igor Subbotin

Maria Abashova Мария Абашова and Igor Subbotin Игорь Субботин, “Anna Karenina” (based on the novel by Leo Tolstoy Лев Толстой) choreography by Boris Eifman Борис Эйфман, music by Pyotr Tchaikovsky, costumes by Vyacheslav Okunev, Eifman Ballet Театр балета Бориса Эйфмана, Alexandrinsky Theatre, Saint Petersburg, Russia (July 6, 2017) 28 more words


It’s like scarlet fever, one has to get it over. 149 more words


Book: Anna Karenina

Leo Tolstoy’s Anna Karenina was always on my bucket list, so my husband bought me the new translation by husband/wife team Richard Pevear and Larissa Volokhonsky. 474 more words