The Byproduct of the Bourgeoisie

A Trotskyist's blog on history.

"In the end of the game, the king and the pawn go in the same box"

- Italian Proverb

Soviet Reality by Igor Palmin. Part II

1. Vladimir Vysotsky, a Russian and Soviet poet, composer and performer, artist, actor. Celebration of the 15th anniversary of Taganka Theater, 1979
2. Art historian Yuri Molok and writer Lilya Brik (1891 -1978), Artist’s House, 1976
3. Julia Voznesenskaya, a writer, Leningrad, 1976
4. Alexandra Azarh-Granovskaya, an actress and then director of Jewish State Theater. She was a wife of the founder of State Jewish Chamber Theater Aleksey Granovskii (real name is Abraham Azarkh), 1978
5. Yevgeny Yevtushenko, a Soviet and Russian poet, writer, director, screenwriter, 1975
6. Bella Akhmadulina – a poet, writer, translator, one of the most prominent Soviet lyric poets of the 20th century. Artist’s House at Kuznetsky Bridge, 1974
7. Artist and designer Lita (Aelita) Lomakina, 1979
8. V.Kharlov’s wife artist Vera Ushakova. Zhivotovo-Rusinovo, The Kirov Region, 1984

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