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From the book "the Chernobyl dictionary of mankind". "Tales".

Drawings and illustrations, 2003, 24×18 cm

Description of the artwork «From the book "the Chernobyl dictionary of mankind". "Tales".»

A fragment from the book "the Chernobyl dictionary of mankind"

There were once tales. There were so many, and they were totally different. They lived in different books, but knew everything about each other. People read them, forgot them, came up with a new one. Some of the tales were proud of their past, others future. And there were those who regretted that appeared, but they were few. And once people have written a new story, different from all the others. A sort of fairy tales was not there - it was written not on paper, to Take in hand, like any book, this manuscript was not and could read every. It was a Chernobyl fairy tale, and it was written by human hands on the face of the Earth. From such tales the face of the Earth was covered with gray ashes and gnarled with wrinkles. Nature began to fade. People and animals became ill. Chernobyl-live your fairytale come true and set out to live for a long time. Nobody would purposely write such a tale - it happened. Chernobyl dragon so conceived - and failed.
He happily repeated:
— It so happened how I wanted.
No one was going to read such a story — Yes inevitably have. All past tales I learned about the Chernobyl story and frightened: and suddenly they covered with ashes and wrinkles? Tales this does not need it — they thought themselves eternal. A tale of the last time a contemporary tale, peculiaris most of all: because they are even and live somehow and do not have time! But the most severe disappointment for all fairy tales came out due to the fact that they have a happy ending, and Chernobyl-the tale of not seen. She was penetrated by rays of the black search bright bouquet of fairy tales, irradiated their content, and tips for all popular tales was thus the darkest. A tale of the twentieth century in General was without endings... What to do? Tales gathered on the fairy Council. Chernobyl-tale came too, although it has not been invited.
The oldest and most experienced tale took the liberty to speak the first words:
— She's gonna kill us all.
Chernobyl-confirmed the tale:
— Necessarily kill. Let them read me. I — the immortal tale.
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Art form: Drawings and illustrations

Date of creation: 2003

Size: 24×18 cm