December 31, 1969
"Writers fall in love with cities all the time. But ever since Pushkin spent thirteen months here in 1823, Odessa has been a city infatuated with its writers. At the Odessa Literary Museum ... docents can tell you the number of days a given writer was here ... and who wrote which chapters of their greatest works while in residence ... [and] who burned manuscripts written in Odessa."
The New Yorker 06/13/13
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