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Well Read Cougs: A Gentleman in Moscow

A virtual book club in partnership with the WSU Alumni Association that's FREE & open to all Cougs, alumni, and their family.

COVID-19 Updates

Please note: while we try to keep our guides as up-to-date as possible, the most current information on WSU Pullman Library operations and Services can be found at the links below:

WSU Resources

Well Read Cougs website: Learn about the program & register for the virtual book club.

WSU Libraries print copies: Faculty, staff, and students may check out print copies of the book (based on availability).

Author Info & External Reviews

Amor Towles' website: Links to interviews, reviews, and author Q & A.

NPR book review

New York Times review

Goodreads review

Related Information

National Library of Russia: Includes links to digital collections & online manuscripts.

Russian Newspapers at the Library of Congress: Newspaper collections including 1800 titles with a strong central Russian & St. Petersburg titles, with some regional coverage.

The Book: A Gentleman in Moscow

WSU Faculty & Alumni Publications

Publications by WSU faculty & alumni that are related to A Gentleman in Moscow.

Brigit Farley: Associate Professor of History, 20th century Russia & Europe

Steven Hoch: Professor of History, Modern Russian History


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