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If Poet’s Room Could Speak, It Would Tell of Grief

June 25th, 1995 | Posted in New York Times, Articles | No Comments

ST. PETERSBURG, Russia – In the diffuse, almost endless light of summer, it is hard to regard this city as a place of suffering. Few people could gaze at the noble mansions and monuments and easily summon thoughts of despair. Read more »