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STYLE: And Quiet Flows the Don – Mikhail Sholokhov. This great novel by the 1965 Nobel Laureate for literature has become controversial over its genuine authorship. But its tale of Cossack life in the first part of the 20th century, spiked with war, and the recurrent presence of the mighty river, has all the trademarks of the great Russian writers in its restraint, gloom, and understanding of human nature. – Angela Long, WikiTribune

Putin’s Games – David Remnick. A New Yorker piece from 2014, explaining why Vladimir Putin pursued the Winter Olympics with such intensity, and giving a broader picture of the enigmatic leader’s motivations. – Burhan Wazir, WikiTrbune

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