Many thanks to the Fund and Mariya Dmitriyevna for such a wonderful "From Oblivion…" project. One of my grandfathers wrote short novels and stories. My mother told me that his creative work published in some magazines even before the revolution. But I have never seen or read them. And I came across your site, and now, I'll start to search my grandfather's stories in archives and libraries. You never know! What if I find them? Thank you. Your project has become an impetus for me to meet with my grandfather's creative work.
Irakliy Sergeyevich Perkhunov
Thank you for this project! This is a gift for any Russian soul. It has so much light and wisdom. We managed to get out of such things happen. Thanks to you, I remembered that not everything in the world is measured in money, and not everything is sold and bought. Thanks!
Olga Konstantinovna Pryakhina
I liked the poems on your page "From Oblivion...". It turns out that no one saw or read them for almost 100 years! It's cool!
Hello, I am an ex-teacher of literature. My son showed me your program. I welcome your undertakings and want to express my wish, if appropriate. There are streets and squares named after poets and writers in Moscow. And how many literary figures lived and live in Moscow! Pupils can also be told about them in the "Literary Moscow" section, for example. Thanks.
Irina Vladimirovna Neverova
Thank you very much for your project "Russian people. Frank Talk". I read with great interest the forthright words of village residents about their lives. Special thanks to your photographer, who was capable to capture people's characters.