The Man Next to the Woman, the Woman Next to the Man

Men, particularly young men, often have, according to psychologists, an inadequate perception of women: either as harlots or as saints. Because of this, it can be difficult for men to combine these two views in the person of a particular woman that they are looking at…
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About Alexander Ermak

Alexander Ermak is a journalist, writer and playwright; author of short stories, novels, plays and nonfiction. He was born in Novosibirsk. Studied journalism at Lomonosov Moscow State University. Lives and works in Moscow.
Finalist of A. Barsukov's Short Story Contest and the Premiere International Playwrighting Contest. Award-winner of the playwrighting contests From the Web onto the Stage and Personality.
Ермак Александр Николаевич родился в Новосибирске. Окончил факультет журналистики МГУ им. Ломоносова и «Комсомольскую правду». Прозаик и драматург. Финалист конкурса коротких рассказов им. А.Барсукова и международного драматургического конкурса «Премьера». Победитель драматургических конкурсов «Из интернета на сцену» и «Человек».

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About the Series: Man and Woman
Men are very private beings. They rarely share what that they really care about. Such is the nature of men: to survive and protect their families, they need to be strong, and, in particular, to look strong. Therefore, they do not cry in public, do not tell their friends and girlfriends about their emotional dramas. Yet they really want to be understood without words, accepted such as they are, with all their strengths and weaknesses.

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