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Russia will exhibit more than 400 editions at the book fair in London

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Russia will exhibit more than 400 editions at the book fair in London


01.03.2017

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Russian exhibition stand will become one of the most important ones on the 46th International London Book Fair. It will be held on the 14-16 March 2017.

Russian stand is going to present more than 450 book titles. Our publishers paid special attention to the authors who celebrate anniversary this year. Among them K. Paustovsky, M. Tsvetaeva, M. Voloshin, V. Shalamov. Also contemporary writers will be introduced to English readers: brand-new translations of Tsunami by A. Kurchatkin, Dance of Devils by H.Ismailov, Gardens on Earth and on Heaven by Lydia Grigorieva will be available for the future readers.

Book illustrations of Russian artists for the famous English books will be presented at the expo as well.

Needless to say, the program of the London Book Fair. is rich and diverse: book presentations, discussions, Q&As and other events will satisfy even the pickiest bookworm.

The volumes left after the sale will be given to the representative of The Federal Agency for the Commonwealth of Independent States, so our compatriots that didn’t have a chance to visit the expo will get a second chance to become acquainted with Russian publishing novelties.

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