A trip to Siberia inspired "Madness Treads Lightly"


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Originally published at: https://boingboing.net/2017/09/11/a-trip-to-siberia-inspired-m.html


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Spasibo. The concept of the shatun was especially interesting, a shambling metaphor if ever there was one.


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How could one acquire a Russian language edition in the U.S.?


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Library?
I don’t read Russian, but I think this is the right one:
https://www.worldcat.org/title/legkie-shagi-bezumiia/oclc/934434995


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There’s something darkly romantic about Siberia, large expanses of wilderness populated by small pockets of tough people, largely forgotten by the rest of the world. There have a been a few good films set in Siberia, recently “Siberia Monamour” and “Жить”, both excellent, and also Kurosawa’s 1975 adaptation of “Dersu Uzala.”


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Order from kniga.de


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