Vladislav Radimov

However, the book breaks down every negative image. Ethically thin Tatiana describes nuances of the relationship with her husband, imaginative, poetic phrases convey the depth of feelings: "During the tour of Kiev, I realized how painful it is to remain in separation, as squeezing the throat melancholy, as lead shrinks in the grip of loneliness …" (p. 28). Subtly describes the gradual extinction of feeling: "In this paper, we have continued to remain in one piece, but in normal life gradually became strangers" (p. 30). Sequel Youth may also support this cause. In a divorce, they dispensed with the arguments, and remained friends.

And it is also characterizes Bulanov, as a person. About relations with her new husband – Vladislav Radimov, she writes: "… I am not absolutely annoying that in annoying Vlade his first wife. Perhaps it is compatible "(p. 59).

As for the theme song of Tatyana Bulanova, it literally can be called "Jungian." She often refers to a world of dreams ("You had a," "My Dream" and others), mythology ("A lot of – not a few," "Midsummer," "Flock", etc.), subject to mysterious ("Snow," "Mystery, Fall," "Running on waves," "Angel," etc.). Ie appeals to all that is characteristic of Jung's psychology: the collective unconscious, myths, dreams, symbols, and synchronous events. The album "Flock" (1999) Tatiana Bulanova try a new image, experimenting with rock music. As she later recalled in an interview after this album she had a long-term depression. However, the album "Flock", in my opinion, is One of the most interesting in her work (although it is a whole albums with a great soulful lyricism).