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The City That Writers Loved, And That Adores Them Right Back
"Writers fall in love with cities all the time. But ever since Pushkin spent thirteen months here in 1823, Odessa has been a city infatuated with its writers. At the Odessa Literary Museum ... docents can tell you the number of days a given writer was here ... and who wrote which chapters of their greatest works while in residence ... [and] who burned manuscripts written in Odessa."
The New Yorker 06/13/13
Posted June 14, 2013 12:50 AM
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