10 biographical books about the idols of the XX century, which are read by people of different ages
Celebrity life always attracts attention. As a rule, famous people always have a lot of fans who are interested to know not only about the achievements and victories, but also…

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What movies starred by Vladimir Mayakovsky, where he was a Director and writer
Vladimir Mayakovsky's love for cinema began when the poet was just 13 years old. In 1906 his family moved to Moscow. The capital struck the boy with noise and brilliance,…

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6 famous writers who wrote with mistakes, but conquered the world

It is hard to imagine that famous writers wrote with errors. However, such cases are not uncommon in the literary environment. Quite well-known writers and poets often neglect the rules of the language in which they write. Fortunately, all products are prepress and editors correct the texts, all the grammatical and punctuation errors of great writers.

Vladimir Mayakovsky

In Vladimir Mayakovsky’s manuscripts all points and commas could be completely absent. Explained this paradox he their hatred of these punctuation marks and, accordingly, their complete disregard. Continue reading

What books to read, the leaders of the largest countries in the world: the Bible, Pushkin, Agatha Christie and not only

These people lead or have led the world’s largest powers in the past. It seems that the schedule of heads of state does not have a minute of free time, but each of them finds time to read not only reports, statistics and analytical articles. Presidents are happy to read fiction and recommend some works for reading.

Vladimir Putin

The President of Russia has always read a lot, he did not leave this habit and as head of a huge country. His literary interests include classics of Russian and foreign literature, and the best cure for bad mood, Vladimir Vladimirovich considers the works of Omar Hayam, whom he not only reads, but also writes quotes in a special notebook. Vladimir Putin recommends the compulsory reading “notes of a hunter” by Ivan Turgenev and the collection of Mikhail Prishvina “Green noise”, which he gladly reads, along with “Basil by Terminum” by Alexander Tvardovsky. Continue reading

What was fantasy before “the Hobbit” and “the Lord of the rings”: 10 stories that inspired Tolkien

For many readers journey in genre fantasy began with Professor John Ronald Ruel Tolkien. “Hobbit”, “Lord of the rings” or even Peter Jackson’s screen version… these stories “hooked” millions of people. It is known that Tolkien was inspired by some of the masters of modern fantasy, from George R. R. Martin to Terry Brooks. But the fantasy genre was not born in a day when middle earth was created.

Tolkien himself drew inspiration from old works, as well as from the writings of his close friend and colleague on the work of Clive Lewis (once they even planned to write a book together, which began to write Lewis). Continue reading

Irina Erenburg and she Paleeva: Wonderful story of mutual rescue the daughter of a famous writer and girls, nearly shot by the Nazis
The fate of Irina Erenburg and Feiga Fishman unthinkable way crossed in a time of war. The adult woman and the teenage girl by then already both knew bitterness of…

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What is the secret of Semyon Nadson's poems, which 100 years ago was more popular than Pushkin
About a hundred years ago, this poet's popularity almost surpassed Pushkin himself – and thanks to the poems that hit the tone of the time, and thanks to the history…

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As the son of a samurai Matsuo Basho glorified Japanese three-line haiku to the whole worl
Haiku (haiku) remains popular largely due to the fact that perfectly conveys the undertones of funny, allows you to achieve a funny understatement - a couple of expressive strokes, a…

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10 tragic cases that migrated from books and movies to real life
The idea that life and art intersect is far from new. In most cases, these Parallels between fact and fiction seem harmless. However, there are situations when it begins to…

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How to grow a genius: What books have read great people when they were not yet known
In the life of modern man has long included numerous gadgets and devices, and books are much more often read from electronic devices, rather than in the printed version. However,…

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