Works cited

Works Cited: Pushkinskaya-10 (Bernotas)

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Kirichenko, Valentina. Personal Interview. 6 July 2011, 11 July 2011

Koshelokhov, Boris. Personal Interview. 6 July 2011

Kovalsky, Sergey. Personal Interview. 5 July 2011, 11 July 2011

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Sokolova, Natalya. Personal Interview. 18 July 2011

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