George Kavsekhornak was born in Leningrad. Now he lives in Saint-Petersburg (Russia). He writes stories in the style of "urban fantasy" when a number of amazing and necessarily things want to be shared. He writes, on the one hand in the style of openly expressing respect for images created by the classics of Russian literature and the legacy of the plot metamorphosis foreign fiction, on the other hand.
on Aug. 24, 2015 :
Doubtless, this story works better in Russian. It relies on word-play (in Russian) and a knowledge of Russian noun genders. This is explained at the end, so I "got" the story, but ended up wondering why it was in English.
It takes the form of a conversation that seems to be about one thing, that turns out to be about another. The conversation is ungrammatical and stilted to the point that it is almost incomprehensible.
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