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With Yermo, Yuri Buida signs a breathtaking novel in which he develops his reflection about literary creation mingling biography, aesthetic essay and thoughts about the novelistic style.
Life of the American writer George Yermo forms an extraordinary romantic material. Georgi Nikolaev-Yermo was born in 1914 in St. Petersburg into a family of the Russian nobles. He was raised in New Salem, MA, under the sign of Melville, Emily Dickinson and Henry James (all three New Englanders) and Puritan values of the US Founding Fathers. After graduating from University, he’s experienced an unhappy love affair, and went to the Spanish Civil War as a reporter. His battlefield articles made him famous.
In the early fifties, an accidental visit to the palace Sanseverino in Venice changes a course of Yermo’s life, as he suddenly recognizes a materialization of...
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Book of literary essays in which Otroshenko explores mysteries and inexplicable circumstances which surrounded the birth of the greatest masterpieces of world literature and philosophy, and lives of their creators: writers, poets and philosophers of different époques (Ovid, Catullus, Fyodor Tyutchev, Alexander Pushkin, Vladislav Khodasevich, Nikolay Gogol, Andrei Platonov, Friedrich Nietzsche, Arthur Schopenhauer, and others.