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"Полторы комнаты" - одно из самых известных эссе И.Бродского в новом блестящем переводе с англ. М.Немцова. Автор вспоминает в нем о родителях, о своем детстве и юности, о доме, где он прожил до начала 1970-х годов и откуда вынужден был уехать в эмиграцию. Фотографии знаменитого ленинградского фотографа Бориса Смелова.
Hardcover, 160 pages
Published May 2015 by Лениздат; Книжная лаборатория (first published 1986)
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Только Набоков, должно быть, ненавидел СССР больше.
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«Они старались как могли -- хотя бы для того, чтобы защитить меня от социальной реальности, в которой я был рожден, -- превратить меня в послушного, лояльного члена общества. То, что они не преуспели в этом, что им пришлось заплатить за это тем, что их глаза закрыла не рука их сына, но анонимная рука государства, свидетельствует не столько об их упущениях, сколько о качестве их генов, чья комбинация образовала тело, найденное системой достаточно инородным, чтобы его отторгнуть.»

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Необычно, проникновенно. Бродский - как состояние души.
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Ani se nedivím, že dostal Nobelovku.
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