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Konstantin Melnikov: Architect

Bruce Chatwin

‘The death-knell of visionary architecture in Russia had already been sounded when Lenin's commissioner for enlightenment, Anatoly Lunacharsky, announced, “The people also have a right to colonnades.”’

Bruce Chatwin

Bruce Chatwin's (1940-1989) books include In Patagonia, The Songlines and a collection of essays, What Am I Doing Here? (all published by Vintage/Penguin USA). His novel, Utz, was shortlisted for the Booker Prize in 1988.

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