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Women's Lies (Through Line)
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01 February 2019

Women's Lies (Through Line)

Most of the stories in the "Women's Lies" are united by the theme of lie, with which Zhenya is confronted at different times and under different circumstances. Or rather, by the theme of fiction that embellishes the daily life and makes it brighter, more dramatic, easier to swallow. As Ulitskaya herself says: "The most funny thing about this book of lies is that it is the most veritable of all the books I've written."

In the last part, "The Art of Living," Zhenya is already a mature, energetic and ambitious woman who has achieved success in her profession. Then a disaster will change everything ... The book is both simple and complex, and merry and sad ... Ordinary people, familiar situations, but what an exciting journey through life with its twists! It is accompanied by shrewdness, wisdom and magnificent style.

About the Author
Lyudmila  Ulitskaya

Lyudmila Ulitskaya has become one of the most popular authors in Russia. Located between mass culture and experimental, or "high" literature, her works exemplify contemporary belles-lettres. Her novels, novellas, and short stories are written in the traditionalist manner and tell the stories of ordinary people who find their happiness and the significance of life not in social service but in the sphere of private existence. Ulitskaya actualizes Russian classical tradition by focusing on traditional concepts of guilt and faith, and the meaning of life and consciousness. Yet, she constantly innovates this tradition by describing characters whose lives vacillate between normality and insanity and between the real and the imaginary - characters whose acts of generosity and meekness invite the reader to question certain customary assumptions about human behavior.

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