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Anything that Burns

John Bayley, 3 July 1997

Moscow Stations 
by Venedikt Yerofeev, translated by Stephen Mulrine.
Faber, 131 pp., £14.99, January 1996, 0 571 19004 9
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... caught on with the Russian reading public.Although there are one or two hard-drinking ladies in Venedikt Yerofeev’s Moscow Stations, it presents a man’s world, a world of booze. Completed in 1970 during the Brezhnev era, the ‘time of stagnation’, it was not published until the heady days of 1989, and then in a specialised leftover magazine ...

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