Mysteries at the Heart of Stalin's Empire
February 24, 2010

My essay on Aleksandr Terekhov's Kamennyi Most is featured in TLS this week under a very catchy title: "Mysteries at the heart of Stalin's empire."

If you want to read all 1900 words of it, please click on the link in the preceding sentence.

The original essay was 2400 words, so some of them, along with the mysteries they revealed, wound up on the cutting room floor. This is good: some mysteries are still left. I know what they are. But I shall keep them under wraps until it is time... Stay tuned.

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