Contemporary Russian Literature Book Group: Pushkin Hills by Sergei Dovlatov at the Museum of Russian Icons

. January 12, 2017

Pushkin Hills is the story of an unsuccessful writer and inveterate alcoholic who takes a summer job at the Pushkin Hills Preserve in hopes of regaining some balance in his life, only to experience a further unraveling. The New York Review of Books called Pushkin Hills “one of Dovlatov’s greatest contributions to Russian literature.”

Sunday, January 22, 1:00–3:00PM Free. Call 978.598.5000 x115 for more information.

Museum of Russian Icons
203 Union Street
Clinton, MA
p: 978.598.5000

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