Tolstoy's sprirt

Tolstoy's spirit returns to ancient lands: James Meek finds the power that Count Leo Tolstoy still holds over Russia's soul beating strongly in the heart of the novelist's great great grandson - the new director of his old estate, Yasnaya Polyana

Price of the Prize

Tuesday, 15 April, 6.30 pm
Waterstone’s Piccadilly, 5th Floor, £3
Prize-winning writer James Meek discusses the blessings and dangers of literary prizes with 4 Russian prize-winning writers: Dmitry Bykov, winner of the Big Book prize 2007, Alexander Ilichevsky, winner of the Russian Booker Prize 2007, Olga Slavnikova, winner of the Russian Booker Prize 2006, and Lev Rubinstein, winner of the Andrei Bely Prize.
In English and Russian

Price of the Prize

Tuesday, 15 April, 6.30 pm
Waterstone’s Piccadilly, 5th Floor, £3
Prize-winning writer James Meek discusses the blessings and dangers of literary prizes with 4 Russian prize-winning writers: Dmitry Bykov, winner of the Big Book prize 2007, Alexander Ilichevsky, winner of the Russian Booker Prize 2007, Olga Slavnikova, winner of the Russian Booker Prize 2006, and Lev Rubinstein, winner of the Andrei Bely Prize.
In English and Russian
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