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  • Hardcover
  • 352 pages
  • Жулики, добро пожаловать в Париж!
  • Anatoly Gladilin
  • Russian
  • 10 January 2018

About the Author: Anatoly Gladilin

Anatoly Tikhonovich пожаловать в Kindle Ø Gladilin Russian: Анато́лий Ти́хонович Глади́лин; born August , is a Russian writer who defected from the Soviet Union in and has since lived in ParisIn the s, he was one of the most famous and promising young Russian authors, along with Vasily Aksyonov In Paris, Gladilin worked for Жулики, добро MOBI :Ê the Radio Liberty and the Deutsche Welle Among his published works in the W.



11 thoughts on “Жулики, добро пожаловать в Париж!

  1. Pavel Pavel says:

    Gladilin is so full of sarcasm in this, life in Paris is depicted in the most derisive tone possible. You will inevitably get robbed and picked and cleaned out and be beaten here. Police will do literally nothing at best and if you try to insist you will be accused of being racist and fined or even jailed yourself. There's no way out of this situation cause the press is entrapped in its own political-correctness ideas and politicians are afraid to act cause press will attack them if they will. Main rule is not to resist robbers and thieves, surrender and give them everything, you have no right to protect yourself or get your stuff back, only they have their rights. The book is a big long rant about all this. I can't exactly say if all these things are true, but one question remains: if life in Paris is so awful, why mr. Gladilin is still lives there? (he does since 1976).

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