An audio guide to Victor Pelevin's iconic Moscow places has appeared
"Litres" and "Eksmo" have released an audio guide to places related to the Moscow life of Viktor Pelevin. This is a kind of gift for the 60th anniversary of the writer. Listeners will be able to go to 10 addresses and learn more about Pelevin's life and work. This is reported in the press service of "Litres".
"Especially for the anniversary of Viktor Pelevin, which is celebrated on November 22, the largest book service in Russia and CIS countries "Litres" and the publishing house "Eksmo" recorded an audio guide to places related to the Moscow life of the writer. It includes 10 iconic addresses where the author studied, grew up, lived and was last seen. You can listen to the audio guide in the voice of Maxim Sukhanov for free starting from November 18 in Litres: Magazine," the message says.
The text for the guide was written by journalist Vadim Smyslov. The first in the list of "Pelevin places" was the house No. 8 on Tverskaya Street, where the writer was born and grew up. There he also got acquainted with Buddhism, which can be traced in many of his works.
Read more interesting news in our Telegram channelAuthor:
Made in Russia // Made in Russia
#made by Russia