Russian fears of ethnic civil war

More than most nations, Russians have used dystopian novels about the future to talk about the challenges they face, a pattern that has produced works of genius that help people to understand them, like Yevgeni Zamyatin’s We, as well as potboilers that intensify the fears they describe, like Elena Chudinova’s The Mosque of Notre Dame de Paris.

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