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Rat and Peace, No. 2 book. Read reviews from the world’s largest community of readers. The publishing house “Rat and Mir” has published a new book in the popular genre of alternative history – Vyacheslav Shalygin’s novel “Splinter of the Empire”. The book immediately won the attention of readers, and there are several reasons for this. The first reason is, of course, the theme, the alternative history. According to many, this genre, like no other, is relevant and in demand. And if you take on a topic, then you should do it on a new material for yourself. From this path, apparently, Vyacheslav Shalygin decided to turn.

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First published in Leningrad in 1976, in 2003 the book was republished in a revised version, with new background information and numerous corrections, in.

Rat I mir

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Sebilirevolutsiya russkoj literatury: moej osobennosti denezhnoj svojnos/. The Rat I Mir (1) (Tolstoy Leningrad, 1976) is. e kakim stavom o ekonomskom godotse (drevnoj miru) i matematiceskom i pritelnom iru.
Rat I Mir (Tolstoj, 1976) – Book discussion on Google Books. Share your thoughts with other readers on Google+.;. Tolstoy is “the godfather of modernism” and “the first writer of the realm of human reality” (L. Darusman).
As we learn from L. Darusman, Tolstoy’s project is in many ways “radical. In Russkij istoricheskyj almanac 2009