Esquire in November

For the main story of the November issue, Esquire asked the individuals featured in the magazine to meet with their parents or children and pose the types of questions that journalists usually do not ask. The most gut wrenching, amusing, and touching excerpts from those conversations are reproduced on the pages of the magazine – leaving out only those that must remain family secrets.

Also, editors convinced actress Nadezhda Mikhailkova to wait for the bus together, and columnist Andrea Ryvkina shares what it’s like to not know a father who is well-known by the entire country.

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