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331 pages
Published 1991 by Renaissance
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Сергей Довлатов
SERGEI DOVLATOV was born in Ufa, Bashkiria (U.S.S.R.), in 1941. He dropped out of the University of Leningrad after two years and was drafted into the army, serving as a guard in high-security prison camps. In 1965 he began to work as a journalist, first in Leningrad and then in Tallinn, Estonia. After a period of intense harassment by the authorities, he emigrated to the United St
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“В холле было пусто. Рейнхард возился с калькулятором.
— Я хочу заменить линолеум, — сказал он.
— Неплохая мысль.
— Давай выпьем.
— С удовольствием.
— Рюмки взяли парни из чешского землячества. Ты можешь пить из бумажных стаканчиков?
— Мне случалось пить из футляра для очков.
Рейнхард уважительно приподнял брови. Мы выпили по стакану бренди.
— Можно здесь и переночевать, — сказал он, — только диваны узкие.
— Мне доводилось спать в гинекологическом кресле.
Рейнхард поглядел на меня с еще большим уважением. Мы снова выпили.
— Я не буду менять линолеум, — сказал он. — Я передумал, ибо мир обречен.”
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