What to read in February
"Parrots from Arezzo Square"
E.-E. Schmitt, ABC
Exquisite tragicomedy and philosophical parable about the inexhaustible depths of love. Schmitt masterfully paints a vicious circle of passions, unbridled desires and feelings in an attempt to find the answer to the question that excites everyone: what is love?
“Has anyone seen my girl?”
Karina Dobrotvorskaya, AST
Autobiographical book. ... 100 letters to Serezha. The letters honestly, even intimately, describe events, feelings, thoughts. Karina talks about her, their life and turns to him - Sergei Dobrotvorsky, who has long been dead. Confession and prayer for forgiveness.
"Lessons of Russian love"
Under the cover - declarations of love and love stories - excerpts from Russian classical literature, as well as essays by modern writers and journalists. Among the authors are Tatyana Tolstaya, Arkady Ippolitov, Alena Doletskaya and others.