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Name : Latypov Amir Undergrated in Udmurt State Univesity  «Let us praise, brothers, freedom’s twilight, The great diminishing year! A heavy forest of nets is lowered Into the turbulent waters of ni…

Name : Latypov AmirUndergrated in Udmurt State Univesity «Let us praise, brothers, freedom’s twilight, The great diminishing year! A heavy forest of nets is lowered Into the turbulent waters of night.»The Twilight of Freedom, a poem by Osip MandelstamI was born in the country  where serfdom existed for five centuries , and where people desired about freedom for long years  of captivity ,  and gained it they despaired , as people in Russia can’t appreciate freedom.  Before 1991 Russians  didn’t…See More
Dec 12, 2018
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Name : Latypov Amir Undergrated in Udmurt State Univesity  «Let us praise, brothers, freedom’s twilight, The great diminishing year! A heavy forest of nets is lowered Into the turbulent waters of ni…

Name : Latypov AmirUndergrated in Udmurt State Univesity «Let us praise, brothers, freedom’s twilight, The great diminishing year! A heavy forest of nets is lowered Into the turbulent waters of night.»The Twilight of Freedom, a poem by Osip MandelstamI was born in the country  where serfdom existed for five centuries , and where people desired about freedom for long years  of captivity ,  and gained it they despaired , as people in Russia can’t appreciate freedom.  Before 1991 Russians  didn’t…See More
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My name is Amir and I'm from Russia , i speak Russian , Englsih(b1-b2) Swedish (a1-a2)

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Name : Latypov Amir Undergrated in Udmurt State Univesity  «Let us praise, brothers, freedom’s twilight, The great diminishing year! A heavy forest of nets is lowered Into the turbulent waters of ni…

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Name : Latypov Amir

Undergrated in Udmurt State Univesity 

«Let us praise, brothers, freedom’s twilight,

The great diminishing year!

A heavy forest of nets is lowered

Into the turbulent waters of night.»

The Twilight of Freedom, a poem by Osip Mandelstam

I was born in the country  where serfdom existed for five centuries , and where people desired about freedom for long years  of captivity ,  and gained it they despaired , as people in…

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