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Italian blogger told students about Russian literature

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Italian blogger told students about Russian literature


The Russian Center of the University of Pisa held an online meeting with the creator of the Italian literature blog Libri Rampanti. The main theme of the meeting was the "Sleep in Russian Literature". It was discussed with the examples from works by Feodor Dostoevsky, N ikolai Gogol, Anton Chekhov.

Libri Rampanti is a blog which provides information about contemporary literature in the world and gives tips on what to read.

Russian literature is one of the main incentives for learning the Russian language and getting to know Russian culture in Italy, therefore, events dedicated to Russian classical literature are always of great interest to the audience.

Anastasia Kondrasheva, Pisa

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