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700 People to Read Anna Karenina Online
8.08.2014 15:32
700 People to Read Anna Karenina Online

The world famous Internet company Google has announced the new international online project Karenina. Live Readings. 

700 people will be reading Leo Tolstoy's novel Anna Karenina for 30 hours long on October 3 and 4.

The project members will be from different corners of the planet, from Moscow to Los Angeles and Sydney. The readings will be broadcast on Youtube. Show business celebrities, musicians, scientists and other notable people are expected to take part in the project. 

Live webcast will be carried out in the Russian State Library, the Moskovsky bookstore, Lev Tolstoy’s Memorial Estate Yasnaya Polyana, and other large-scale venues.

The readings, however, are not limited to stars only. Anybody with mastery in the Russian language can be auditioned for that. 


Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Leo Tolstoy Google Russian Literature   

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