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Pushkin: The Bronze Guest

As one of Russia's most influential writers, Alexander Pushkin is revered for his creative use of language and his large body of work. His statue on Moscow's Tverskaya Ulitsa was built in 1880 and was moved to Pushkin Square in 1950, and throughout the past century it has stood silent amid a multitude of changes in the city. Igor Tabakov has accumulated a series of different views of the monument to the writer, and here he shares his favorites.