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Urban Romances epub

by Yury Miloslavsky


Urban Romances epub

ISBN: 0875010628

ISBN13: 978-0875010625

Author: Yury Miloslavsky

Category: Other

Subcategory: Humanities

Language: English

Publisher: Ardis Publishers (July 1, 1991)

Pages: 159 pages

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Yury Miloslavsky is one of the most highly regarded writers in today's Russia, despite the fact that his major works were written in emigration.

Miloslavsky family (Russian: Милосла́вские) was a Russian noble family. The Miloslavskys are mostly known for Maria Miloskavskaya who married Tsar Alexey Romanov. According to the family's genealogy, Miloslavskys are descended from Miloslaw Sigismundowicz who moved to the Duchy of Moscow in the train of Princess Sophia Vitotvovna in 1390.

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Yury Miloslavsky is one of the most highly regarded writers in today's Russia, despite the fact that his major works were written in emigration. The brilliantly written stories in this, his first collection in English, focus on a world that has changed little even during this period of Russian gangster capitalism, the world of the Russian urban underclass. Miloslavsky's remarkable combination of the profane slang of the young street toughs fused with intensely compact literary language is used to show the horror and ugliness, but also the comedy and beauty of his heroes, whose lives have seldom been recorded with this much understanding, respect, and compassion. These are seemingly unredeemable characters, petty criminals, prostitutes, alcoholics, and hooligans, but there is a code they live and die by, and the author's aim is to make us see and understand them without judgement.