Moscow-Petushki: A Helluva Ride in the Soviet Days, a Hellish Trip Today
Hundreds of regional trains run in and out of Moscow's nine busy rail stations. One route stands above all, having taken a special place in the Russian psyche thanks to the postmodernist writer Venedict Erofeev's 1969 novel Moscow to the End of the ...
- Bottles, Fun, Beauty Abound in 'Moscow-Petushki'
The Moscow Times
Studio of Theatrical ArtAlexei Vertkov as Venichka, Maria Kurdenevich as a Ballad of a Woman in the Studio of Theater Art's production. “Everything in the world should happen slowly. Slowly and wrong, so that no one gets a big head.” So says Venichka ...
- Racing: Petushki gives Wheeler eighth Great Eastern Steeples success
Otago Daily Times
Petushki (Richard Eynon), winner of the Great Eastern Steeplechase at Oakbank in South Australia yesterday. Photo by Tayler Strong. John Wheeler, the New Plymouth trainer, won the $A166,000 Great Eastern Steeplechase for the eighth time when ...
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