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Gary Shteyngart, America’s beloved writer from Russia, talks to RBTH (a little) about life as an émigré writer.

Memoir & American Literature: 'Little Failure' by Gary Shteyngart. A wonderful life of a refugee with a love of stories

A group of marching drummers during the celebrations for the anniversary of Nikolai Vasilevich Gogol's birth in St. Petersburg, which included the firing of a cannon-shot at noon from the Peter and Paul Fortress

A group of marching drummers during the celebrations for the anniversary of Nikolai Vasilevich Gogol's birth in St. Petersburg, which included the firing of a cannon-shot at noon from the Peter and Paul Fortress

A participant in the Miss Theater City Beauty Pageant for the disabled, held in the Moscow Center for Medical and Social Rehabilitation of the Disabled

A participant in the Miss Theater City Beauty Pageant for the disabled, held in the Moscow Center for Medical and Social Rehabilitation of the Disabled

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Aurora, a one-year-old female polar bear cub, plays in a swimming pool which was filled with water for the first time this spring, at the Royev Ruchey zoo in Russia's Siberian city of Krasnoyarsk. Two female wild polar bear cubs were found in Russia's Taimyr Peninsula on the Arctic Ocean coast in May 2010 and were later housed at the zoo in Krasnoyarsk. Photo by Ilya Naymushin / REUTERS

Aurora, a one-year-old female polar bear cub, plays in a swimming pool which was filled with water for the first time this spring, at the Royev Ruchey zoo in Russia's Siberian city of Krasnoyarsk. Two female wild polar bear cubs were found in Russia'

The "Dragon's Teeth," Tegetkhof Cape, Hall Island.    Franz Josef Land, the northeasternmost part of Russia, was discovered after explorers spotted this rocky outcropping.    Photo by Yaroslav Nikitin

The "Dragon's Teeth," Tegetkhof Cape, Hall Island. Franz Josef Land, the northeasternmost part of Russia, was discovered after explorers spotted this rocky outcropping. Photo by Yaroslav Nikitin