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One From the Archive: ‘There Once Lived a Mother Who Loved Her Children Until They Moved Back In: Three Novellas About Family’ by Ludmilla Petrushevskaya **

There Once Lived a Mother Who Loved Her Children Until They Moved Back In: Three Novellas About Family is the newest work published in English by Russian author Ludmilla Petrushevskaya.  666 weitere Wörter

Keeping students "in line"

I work at a private language school in Peterhof, Russia and, for the past few years, most of the students have been teenagers. Mostly this is because of the economic crisis in Russia: adults do less business and travel abroad less now than they used to, but their children still need to write exams at school and get the best educational foundation possible for their future. 523 weitere Wörter

School

St. Petersburgh

„I am from Saint Petersburg. I am here only to see a doctor. Munich is very beautiful. A bit like Saint Petersburg but not so buzzing. 13 weitere Wörter

People

Making sense of nonsense

Here’s a great analysis of how Trump managed to back himself into this corner and take the rest of us with him.  That he’s a flimflam man is something almost no one — except about 20% of the U.S. 133 weitere Wörter

Porch Lights Out

Languages & Life

Considering my blog and I are almost on the verge of parting ways, unfortunately, I’m now gearing up to go out of my way and rekindle my lost romance with him (read my blog) and give him more of my attention! 1.643 weitere Wörter

Week 1: Sleeping Nude

The title of this post kind of sprung itself on me. The first week of my journey forward has been so full, that I had a bunch of experiences that I could have chosen from. 1.173 weitere Wörter