The Magic (3) (Secret Library) Paperback – Illustrated, March 6, 2012. The author thanks all the contestants “What’s New? Book of the Month”, who took an active part in the discussion of our works, their reviews and discussions, as well as a journalist who edited the magazine.
JULIA’S CRESTS is the first journalistic work in many years of writing activity. Revival of interest in classical, but also modern Russian painting, patriotism and love for Russia.
Yulia’s new book, published in Russian for the first time, is dedicated to two poets Sergei Mikhailovich Gorodetsky and Nikolai Alexandrovich Oleinikov.
In recent years, the literary press has been discussing experiments in the field of literary and historical reconstruction, the origins of which, according to some researchers, lie in both Western and Russian traditions. These discussions are conducted from positions put forward both by â€œactualizing art historyâ€ (I.F. Andronikov) and â€œaestheticsâ€ (V.N. Soloukhin, L.Ya. Ginzburg, Louvre, Lopatkin), and â€œmythological foundationsâ€ (A. Bartenev, V. Kartsev and others).
The book is addressed to a wide range of readers, primarily to lovers of Russian culture and art.
The first part of the book contains two articles – “On ingenious and imitative examples in the poetry of Gorodetsky and Oleinikov”, which is a literary study and analysis of the work of two poets, and the second – a review by Sergei Buntman – “A general look at the new”, which reflects the perception of critics and readers both poets.
In addition to the texts, the book includes illustrations made by the artist G.M. Molodtsov.
“The Last Letter of the Alphabet” is a tragic, piercing work, which, perhaps, is best known by thinking about your past, imbued with a sincere interest in the origins, and above all, in Russian history.
The author of the book is Julia Zonis, a writer, publicist, political and public figure, literary critic and TV presenter of the Kultura TV channel. She leads the section “Cultural Code” on the popular radio “Echo of Moscow”, under the pseudonym Yudif Zonina is published in periodicals (magazines “Our Contemporary”, “Moscow”, “Zvezda\