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Failures[edit]

> and numerous equipment failures

LOL. Was this page writer somewhat native Russian reader, I'm not even asking for "someone who groks local culture, especially sci-institutes' one?"...

The abstract isn't really descriptive of a book.

Greatest book ever!


>"book contains a large number of references to well-known Russian fairy tales and children's stories (Baba Yaga, Puss in Boots as a sclerotic bard, Zmey Gorynych)"

may I note that the character of the cat is absolutely NOT Puss in Boots, but a parody of the learned cat, teller of tales, from Pushkin's "Ruslan and Lyudmilla"! Lorca2 12:31, 6 August 2007 (UTC)Lorca2

One more mistake[edit]

"...which Privalov recognizes to be Korneev himself, because clones never sing or show any emotion." A real cause of recognition was that clones are insensitive to pain, and ability to show emotions was just a cause of suspicion. 91.77.146.87 (talk) 00:56, 14 October 2011 (UTC)