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Exhibition to Anniversary of Mikhail Sholokhov
26.11.2015 12:21
Exhibition to Anniversary of Mikhail Sholokhov

Alexander Pushkin Museum in Moscow presents a large-scale exhibition on the renowned Russian writer Mikhail Sholokhov.

      The exhibition presenting his paraphernalia will be dedicated to the 110th anniversary since the writer's birth.

      Over 400 objects will be provided from the collection of the Mikhail Sholokhov State Memorial Estate located in the village of Veshenskoye in the Rostov Region. In particular, the visitors will see Mikhail Sholokhov's writing utensils, typewriter, fishing and hunting equipment, and some elements of the writer's holiday clothes.

      Besides, the visitors will hear the writer's voice reading the final chapter of his world famous novel Quiet Flows the Don.

      The exhibition runs from November 26.



Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Mikhail Sholokhov Exhibitions in Moscow Alexander Pushkin Museum   

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