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Postby Volgadon » Fri January 9th, 2009, 1:05 pm

I purposely didn't put this in the Russia section. At the moment I can only think of Taras Bulba and Sienkiewicz's Deluge. Any others?

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Postby Ash » Fri January 9th, 2009, 2:11 pm

I know there are many books that take place in the Jewish Pale (between Ukraine and Poland), but they are usually about the Jewish community, not Ukraine itself.

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Postby Leyland » Fri January 9th, 2009, 3:07 pm

I'll mention Russka by Edward Rutherfurd because I remember reading more detailed history of Kiev/Kyiv than in any other novel. Although this novel is usually centered on a farming community between the Dnieper and Don at the edge of the steppes, I still enjoyed the saga of Kieven Rus and then about greater Russia. I do believe Ukraine plays a certain large role in Russka.
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