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Moscow to the End of the Line
by Venedikt Erofeev
translated by H. William Tjalsma
Northwestern University Press, 1994
Paper: 978-0-8101-1200-1

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In this classic of Russian humor and social commentary, a fired cable fitter goes on a binge and hopes a train to Petushki (where his "most beloved of trollops" awaits). On the way he bestows upon angels, fellow passengers, and the world at large a magnificent monologue on alcohol, politics, society, alcohol, philosophy, the pains of love, and, of course, alcohol.

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