Talk:Alisa Selezneva

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The article describes this book as being written in 2002, but a previous writer here mentions having read it in the 1980s, and the article implies it was written during the communist era. Someone needs to clarify this. --Varenius 23:48, 27 March 2006 (UTC)

There is a series of books with Alice in them. I remember having a collection of 7 or 8 of them before 1994, but the plot of this one does not seem familiar. I will try to see if I still have the books in my possession and if this is one of the ones I own. --142.106.85.75 18:31, 7 June 2006 (UTC)
This page (Kyr Bulichev bibliography) has a book published in 2000 and 2003 which translates literally to "Guests from the Future" but I am not sure if this is referring to the same book.
Now that I look at that book more closely, it's not an original book, but rather a collection of stories - Девочка, с которой ничего не случится, Настоящее кино, Это ты, Алиса?, Ржавый фельдмаршал, Путешествие Алисы, and Сто лет тому вперед. Now I can rest easily

What is that "very deep philosophical context"? :-) ellol 09:49, 10 July 2006 (UTC)

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Boris and Arkady Strugatsky not relevant to this article[edit]

"The story has a very deep philosophical context, something also typical in the works of Boris and Arkady Strugatsky." I removed the mention of Boris and Arkady Strugatsky, as they're not relevant to this article. -- 201.37.230.43 (talk) 02:32, 19 February 2009 (UTC)

Move and rewrite[edit]

I moved this page to Alisa Selezneva, since it is more relevant, a better known name of the series and the heroine. Although the article is about the franchise, not the heroine in particular, I prefer this name to Alisa's Adventures used in Russian. The Russian wikipedia had to disambiguate the character article and the series article, while the English wiki is likely to have a single article on both.

The article is rewritten accordingly. The plot of a single book is removed, and overview of the series written instead.

I wish someone's help with the list of English and other translations of particular books. Do we need a full list of original novellas and stories? It is very long and few of them were translated to English.Garret Beaumain (talk) 20:01, 9 April 2012 (UTC)