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NY: Fordham University Press, 2021.
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Every year in September in the Italian city Pordenone there is "Book and the author" festival - "Pordenonelegge". This year, the famous novel "Crocodile" written by the head of the International Laboratory for the Study of Russian and European Intellectual Dialogue V.K. Kantor took part in the festival. The novel was translated into Italian language by Emilia Magnanini. V.K. Kantor was invited to Pordenone and on September 23 the presentation of the book took place in the Palazzo Province. By now, "Crocodile" has been translated into several European languages: Polish, Estonian and Italian.