Esquire in November

In the November issue of Esquire: how one lives under house arrest, from billionaires to opposition leaders and other suspects why micro-states are better than great powers, why John Updike’s trash is worth stealing and good reasons to die at 75.

Also: the Guggenheim Museum, personal photographs of the patriarch, CIA gaffes, the concierge of the Golden Key society and the rules of life according to Marion Cotillard, Stevie Wonder and Genrikh Padva.

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Esquire in September: Women as the Mainstay of Modern Russia
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Esquire in August: Literary Issue
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