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The Times of the City. Birstein Alexander

The Times of the City. Birstein Alexander

The book includes stories about the City and its people. Odessa - the author's favorite and native city is going through hard times. Accordingly, in every way life develops among its inhabitants. This time it is not the inhabitants of one single yard, but the inhabitants of the City with their joys and sorrows, conversations and deeds. They and the City perceive differently, but invariably loving.

The book is written in a lively, witty language, in which the peculiarity, unique charm of Odessa, its uniqueness emerges.

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