Here is a quickie from the ineffable Colonel Cassad’s blog:
Alexander Solzhenitsyn was tagged, by a not-so-adoring fan, with graffiti reading “Judas“.
This happened in the city of Vladivostok. Where majority of residents wanted to see a statue of Stalin. Ignoring public opinion, the liberal-minded local government instead put up a statue of Stalin’s greatest enemy, Solzhenitsyn.
In turn, the anti-fan, who obviously prefers 19th-century to 20th-century Russian literature, made an oblique allusion to the character of Iudushka Golovev, from Saltykov-Shchedrin’s masterpiece “Господа Головлёвы”. (P.S. – that last bit is a joke, but Russian Lit majors will get it.)