What do Muscovites read during a trip to the subway?
Recently, I had to go to Moscow on a business trip. I noticed that while in the subway, Muscovites are holding tablets or e-books in their hands and are reading with enthusiasm. I live in a small town, and for me it is strange to see such. First, it is inconvenient to read while driving, and what can you understand from what you read, if your attention is focused on something else?
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Answered on September 16, 04:26
I do not think this is something supernatural. Metro is a special type of transport, where trains move so smoothly that you can easily read while sitting in the car, especially if you go far.
Answered on September 16 04:33
Ivan, are you interested in what Muscovites read in the subway? I think that there can not be a single answer. Everyone reads what he wants, someone - fiction, and someone - lecture notes.
Answered on September 16 04:49
No matter how quiet the trip is in the Moscow metro, it is very difficult to read fiction while on the road. In Moscow, the distances are large, but not so large, so that you can fully surrender to the literary story. Being in an underground train, it is easier to read short materials - for example, newspapers, articles from the Internet, or magazines online. Such publications can be read quickly, they do not require much attention, and do not have to constantly shudder, so as not to pass their stop.