A Short History of Russian "Fantastica"

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A Short History of Russian “Fantastica”  (1994) 
by Andrei Lubensky

The Andrei Lubensky’s short history of Russian “fantastica” was written very early in nineties of XX century and was first published in “The Mentor”, Australia. Those times, in Russia, there were hot discussions on Russian fantastic literature future and the ways for its development and this fact leaved an imprint on the history’s spirit. It was considered in Russian fandom that those ways right choice would determine all the society evolution ways. Translated by Vitaly Lubensky.

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