The domes in Moscow’s Red Square may not remind you of Russian existentialism, but Amor Towles’ new novel, “A Gentleman in Moscow,” just might.
The domes in Moscow’s Red Square may not remind you of Russian existentialism, but Amor Towles’ new novel, “A Gentleman in Moscow,” just might. File photo Bloomberg News
The domes in Moscow’s Red Square may not remind you of Russian existentialism, but Amor Towles’ new novel, “A Gentleman in Moscow,” just might. File photo Bloomberg News

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