Reddit Reddit reviews Moscow to the End of the Line

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3 Reddit comments about Moscow to the End of the Line:

u/madducks · 3 pointsr/drunk

Unrelated: Have you read Moscow to the End of the Line? It's awesome. Let me know if you haven't, I will find a way to get you a copy, seriously.

u/[deleted] · 2 pointsr/books

Here's some 20th century stuff:

Moscow to the End of the Line - Venedict Erofeev. This book certainly ranks up there with Chekhov and Gogol.

Life of Insects by Vladimir Pelevin.

Queue by Vladimir Sorokin.

Absurdist Stories by by Daniil Kharms and Alexander Vvedensky.

u/eduard93 · 2 pointsr/booksuggestions

Moscow-Petushki, also published as Moscow to the End of the Line, Moscow Stations, and Moscow Circles, is a pseudo-autobiographical postmodernist prose poem by Russian writer and satirist Venedikt Yerofeyev. The story follows an alcoholic intellectual, Venya (or Venichka), as he travels by a suburban train on a 125 km (78 mi) journey from Moscow to visit his beautiful beloved and his child in Petushki, a town that is described by the narrator in almost utopian terms. At the start of the story, he has just been fired from his job as foreman of a telephone cable-laying crew for drawing charts of the amount of alcohol he and his colleagues were consuming over time.

Buy it on Amazon, for Kindle.

It's very funny.