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Product Description: From the author of the prizewinning memoir about growing up in Stalinist Russia, The Girl from the Metropol Hotel, the masterly novellas that established her as one of the greatest living Russian writers—including a new translation of the modern classic The Time Is Night “Love them,­ they’ll torture you; don’t love them, ­they’ll leave you anyway...read more

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9780143121664 | Reprint edition (Penguin USA, October 28, 2014), cover price $16.00 | About this edition: From the author of the prizewinning memoir about growing up in Stalinist Russia, The Girl from the Metropol Hotel, the masterly novellas that established her as one of the greatest living Russian writers—including a new translation of the modern classic The Time Is Night “Love them,­ they’ll torture you; don’t love them, ­they’ll leave you anyway.

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By Anna Summers (trans)

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9780143122487 | Penguin Classics, October 8, 2014, cover price $16.00

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9781481421515 | Simon & Schuster, October 29, 2013, cover price $16.99

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Product Description: Love stories, with a twist, by Russia’s preeminent contemporary fiction writer—the author of the prizewinning memoir about growing up in Stalinist Russia, The Girl from the Metropol Hotel   By turns sly and sweet, burlesque and heartbreaking, these realist fables of women looking for love are the stories that Ludmilla Petrushevskaya—who has been compared to Chekhov, Tolstoy, Beckett, Poe, Angela Carter, and even Stephen King—is best known for in Russia...read more

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9780143121527 | Penguin USA, January 29, 2013, cover price $15.00 | About this edition: Love stories, with a twist, by Russia’s preeminent contemporary fiction writer—the author of the prizewinning memoir about growing up in Stalinist Russia, The Girl from the Metropol Hotel   By turns sly and sweet, burlesque and heartbreaking, these realist fables of women looking for love are the stories that Ludmilla Petrushevskaya—who has been compared to Chekhov, Tolstoy, Beckett, Poe, Angela Carter, and even Stephen King—is best known for in Russia.

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