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England, where nobody ever says what they mean: and by denying feeling, kill it off stone-cold at the roots ...
I do not believe I am exaggerating in affirming that the empire of Russia is a country whose inhabitants are the most miserable on earth, because they suffer at one and the same time the evils of barbarism and of civilization.
It's about Russia.
The undiscovered country from whose bourn no traveler returns.
Let's run away."
"What's in Alaska?"
"No clue," I whispered. "Find out with me.
Before you there lie the Steppes, my darling - only the Steppes, the naked Steppes, the Steppes that are as bare as the palm of my hand. There there live only heartless old women and rude peasants and drunkards. There the trees have already shed their leaves. There abide but rain and cold.
Russia is a part of the West and at the same time is a part of the Asia-Pacific.
I often heard the same question: What place does Russia reserve for itself in the world; how does it see itself; what is its place? We are a peace-loving state and we want to cooperate with all of our neighbors and with all of our partners.
In this country where an hour's train ride will take you from Siberian snow into African desert, unity of population is hardly to be expected.
Ankh-Morpork, the melting pot of the world, which occasionally runs foul of lumps that don't melt.
Geography and history demonstrate that we can never discount Russia. Russia's partial resurgence in our own age following the dissolution of the Soviet Empire is part of an old story. Russia
In Russia, people suffer from the stillness of time.
Carpathian mountains; one of the wildest and least known portions of Europe.
A land even more remote, America, which is farther than death.
the Kamchatka Peninsula." "What do you say?" "We're betting if the man and the picture matched, neither was Kyle Donovan." Jake's eyes narrowed. "Bad news." "For Donovan, certainly. He probably got that chunk of Mother Russia they offered you. But bad for us? We don't know.
Moscow ... how many strains are fusing in that one sound, for Russian hearts! what store of riches it imparts!
People are starting to know more about it, but I was blown away by Almaty, Kazakhstan. It's like a future Swiss Alps. It has the potential to be an extraordinary ski resort. It is a city with beautiful mountain scapes.
Russia is a gas station masquerading as a country.
South Africa, it's like the little asshole of the whole world - it's, like, the bottom. It's, like, in the dark depths of the hallway.
At the end of all this, Russia held in her hands a vast belt of land running from the Baltic sea in the north to the Black Sea in the south, comprising eleven nations with a population of 100 million people.
For sheer majestic geography and sublime scale, nothing beats Alaska and the Yukon. For culture, Japan. And for all-around affection, Australia.
The Russian soul is a dark place.
I'm actually embarrassed to tell people I'm Russian these days, because it's become such an awful place.
When you have seen the whole world, the old words said, there is always Greenland left.
From the country with limited hope to grow your own business and express your own personality, Russia has become the land of significant opportunity.
Where on the globe can there be found an area of equal extent with that occupied by the bulk of our States, so fertile and so richand varied in its productions, and at the same time so habitable by the European, as this is?
The Arctic has a call that is compelling. The distant mountains [of the Brooks Range in Alaska] make one want to go on and on over the next ridge and over the one beyond. The call is that of a wilderness known only to a few ... This last American wilderness must remain sacrosanct.
The Soviet Union has become the seacoast of the universe.
Where will that be?' 'Either Greenland or Iceland.' 'How shall we know which is which?' 'If it's green, it'll be Iceland. If it's icy it'll be Greenland.
Mother Russia is on the move, she can't stand still, she's restless and can't find rest, she's talking and she can't stop.
In Russia there are no roads - only areas.
If you're not in Germany, you're not in Europe. And if you're not in Asia, you're nowhere.
Where the hell is Australia anyway?
Istanbul ... the constant beating of the wave of the East against the rock of the West ...
In Russia I felt for the first time like a full human being. No color prejudice like in Mississippi, no color prejudice like in Washington. It was the first time I felt like a human being.
I didn't choose Russia but Russia chose me. I had been fascinated from an early age by the culture, the language, the literature and the history to the place.
Ukraina: he sighs, breathing in the remembered scent of mown hay and cherry blossom. But I catch the distinct synthetic whiff of New Russia. Her
To the lover of wilderness, Alaska is one of the most wonderful countries in the world.
Tranquil Ladakh, the northernmost corner of my vast country. Frontier land. So unique. Unforgiving terrain with forgiving people.
And over Russia I see a quiet Far-spreading fire consume all.
No two nations differ more from each other than the Russians and Finlanders. The former are as active, acute and sensible, as the latter are slow, heavy and stupid.
I wanna say 'China', but I don't really mean 'China.' I just mean the places that Chinese people come from.
Peru, Peru. My heart's lighthouse.
Mexico. Melancholy, profoundly right and wrong, it embraces as it strangulates.
I would like to go to Russia very much - although the bastards murdered half my family.
If you can survive soviet union you will survive anywhere
If I still lived in Russia, I'd be dead ... or a really effective oligarch.
Antarctica is otherworldly, like nothing I've ever seen before. Stark, cold, beautiful desolation.
It seemed to me that I had come for the first time close to the soil of my native country, and could feel for the first time running in my veins Russia's vastness, her potency, her strength.
Russia is very big and very varied. People are different in different regions.
Scientists estimate that the Siberian permafrost holds the remains of 150 million mammoths - or about 8 million more than the 142 million Russians aboveground in Russia today.
Lake Baikal in Russia has 25 percent of the freshwater resources of the world. Sixty-five percent of the Russian ecosystems are in danger. So let's preserve what we have, and let's take good care of nature.
My heart leaves, hitchhikes right out of my body, heads north, catches a ferry across the Bering Sea and plants itself in Siberia with the polar bears and ibex and long-horned goats until it turns into a teeny-tiny glacier.
Because I imagined it.
Russia contains one fourth of the inhabitants of all Europe, and one half of the entire number of Israelites.
Egypt is the First Nome. New York is the twenty-first. What's the last one, the Three-hundred-and-sixtieth?" "That would be Antarctica," Zia said. "A punishment assignment. Nothing there but a couple of cold magicians and some magic penguins." "Magic penguins?" "Don't ask.
Lord, save Russia and bring her peace.
A nation with their freezers full are dancing in their seats, while outside another nation is sleeping in the streets.
Russia is not a homogenous country; it's a very fragmented country.
If the world were an orange with 18 segments meeting at the top (the North Pole), roughly 8 of them would be in Russia, Canada would have 4, Denmark 2, and Norway, Sweden, and the U.S. just one apiece. Only a sliver of Alaska, on the Beaufort Sea, lies above the Arctic Circle.
Fifteen percent of Russia badly polluted.
The original settlers of Alaska apparently were Russian.
Much that we read of Russia is imagination and desire only.
No country. is as harsh as the world.
I have spent time in Mongolia, in China.
Neither Imperial Russia, nor the Russia of the Soviets needs me. They don't understand me. I am a stranger to them. I'm certain Rembrandt loves me.
Russia knows of the vulnerability of her frontiers in this part of the world.
Alaska is what happens when Willy Wonka and the witch from Hansel and Gretel elope, buy a place together upstate, renounce their sweet teeth, and turn into health fanatics.
This book could not have been written without the people of Mongolia, who allowed me to live among them for a time and who taught me their history over salted tea and vodka while the winter eased into spring.
I love Russia because Russia gave me you.
I definitely feel Russian inside, even when I'm in America I feel Russian.
Not to ask the obvious question, but why Alaska?
Canada and space are a natural fit.
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I'm amazed to find those countries are in Europe.
In the end, for congenial sympathy, for poetry, for work, for original feeling and expression, for perfect companionship with one's friends
give me the country.
Russia. I speak not only to fathers here, but to all fathers I cry out: 'Fathers, provoke not your children!' Let us first fulfill Christ's commandment ourselves, and only then let us expect the same of our children.
Where there is no peace; there is not the slightest religion there.
With Russia, it is almost similar to China: people there have had it up to here with the West! The Russian people suffered immensely from Western imperialism.
Russia is the only place where men and women can be free.
That great America on the other side of the sphere, Australia.
Asia: Four little letters, three billion little people.
There was something about the idea of Russia that I found very intriguing, and I think I had romanticized it a lot.
It was a cold, bleak December morning in Alaska, a place so far north on planet Earth that if there were such things as popsicle people, they could live there quite comfortably.
The Arctic is a highway. The tree limit, the scarcity of trees, freed people to walk. Particularly in the wintertime. Which connected people physically, communicatively. And mythically. The long nights of winter free people to tell. And to listen ...
England that little gray island in the clouds where governments don't fall overnight and children don't sell themselves in the street and my money is safe.
Moscow is a huge inspiration for me. I love what I find here, I love being here.
Greenland is a wonderful country.
Russia will become beacons of hope for the world.
In Moscow I feel most comfortable. I'm used to four different seasons; it's difficult for people in London to understand. People brought up in Russia like my kids want to play in the snow.
Canada is so far away it hardly exists.
Where Nature's end of language is declin'd, And men talk only to conceal the mind.
I'm going back to Russia. That's where the money is, and the power. And, of course, the ladies.
A highly developed country of the past, in an advanced state of decay).
Russia drunks are the kindest people and the kindest people are drunks.
If I had to think where I could live if not Moscow, London would be my first choice and second would be New York.
I am the lead on NBC's 'Siberia,' and I loved that experience.
The Russians are extreme people: they are generous but crazy at the same time. They always have something to say, and I really like that.
People in Russia adapt to misery by a deep, deep humor.
Russia became a juicy chunk of the Third World, with immense reserves of cheap labor, a vast treasure of natural resources, and industrial assets to be sold off at giveaway prices.
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