Moscow has long since itself become a text that is inhabited by various literary heroes, and keeps the memory alive of writers who lived here in different epochs. It was in Moscow that Pushkin and Dostoevsky were born, and Chekhov and Tolstoy
spent most of their lives; in Moscow Nikolai Gogol
, in desperation, burned the second volume of his novel Dead Souls
, and Bulgakov, persecuted by the Soviet regime, fills the city with an evil force, headed by the demon Woland.
If you choose, we will visit writers’ apartments, now museums, plunge into their creative world and, as exemplified by Moscow’s neighborhoods, into their heroes’ lives