Esquire in June

In the June issue of Esquire magazine: why the “Game of Thrones" linguist made a verb of his mother-in-law, how a myth about a new Russian hero appeared in Orenburg Region, and why the spiral of silence makes honest people lie.

Other articles include: Yury Saprykin on generational idols, PJ Harvey on the eternal war and sportscasters on the mistakes they’ve made. Also, the rules of life according to Jake Gyllenhaal, Donald Trump and Lyudmila Alekseyeva.

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