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Teach Yourself Russian Language Life and Culture

“Teach Yourself Russian Language, Life and Culture “delves into the customs and ways of Russia and its inhabitants, taking a respectful yet lively point of view. Topics include government, arts, language, work, leisure, education, festivals and celebrations, and food. By asking questions such as “What kind of music is native to Russia?” this book invites you to examine fas
“Teach Yourself Russian Language, Life and Culture “delves into the customs and ways of Russia and its inhabitants, taking a respectful yet lively point of view. Topics include government, arts, language, work, leisure, education, festivals and celebrations, and food. By asking questions such as “What kind of music is native to Russia?” this book invites you to examine fascinating aspects of another culture.


Author: Stephen Webber, Tatyana Webber
Pages: 256 pages
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