In Moscow - the new, first-ever translation of his 1984 book "Moscow Lesen," regarded as a classic in art and architecture circles - German historian Karl Schlogel draws a portrait of a city that hides its past, where information that is publicly ignored or suppressed is a matter of private excitement. Colorful anecdotes illustrate his point The Moscow Times an entertaining and insightful study of Moscow, one that prompts the reader to explore the city further. Russian Review
About the Author
Karl Schlogel is a historian and essayist and teaches at the Europa University Vadrina in Frankfurt (Oder), Germany. His many books include histories of Berlin and Petersburg, and he won the European Charles Veillon essay prize in 1990 and the Anna Kruger prize in 1999.