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Who Was Russia's Shakespeare? (No, Not Pushkin)
"'What a pity people can't fly like birds.' These lines from a monologue by Katerina, the heroine of the play The Storm, are known to everyone in Russia, as is the name of the author, Alexander Ostrovsky, a dramatist and theater reformer." Russia Beyond The Headlines 07/31/13
Posted August 2, 2013 12:47 AM

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