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Into the Arms of Pushkin: Poems of St. Petersburg (New Odyssey)

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Fascination with the homeland of her Jewish grandparents drew Carol V. Davis to St. Petersburg in the mid 1990s. Over the next decade, she divided her time between the U.S. and Russia, where, as an American-born Jew, she was an outsider in Russian society. This collection of poems expresses the struggle with language barriers and cultural differences??????struggles heightened as Davis helped her children adjust to their new daily life. Inspired by Russia's rich history, its economic changes, and landscape, these poems express a unique perspective of Russia.

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ISBN:
9781931112703
Author:
Davis, Carol V.
Publisher:
Truman State University Press
Subject:
American - General
Subject:
Poetry-A to Z
Series:
New Odyssey
Publication Date:
20070931
Binding:
Hardcover
Language:
English
Pages:
86
Dimensions:
9.20x6.62x.52 in. .68 lbs.

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"Synopsis" by , Fascination with the homeland of her Jewish grandparents drew Carol V. Davis to St. Petersburg in the mid 1990s. Over the next decade, she divided her time between the U.S. and Russia, where, as an American-born Jew, she was an outsider in Russian society. This collection of poems expresses the struggle with language barriers and cultural differences??????struggles heightened as Davis helped her children adjust to their new daily life. Inspired by Russia's rich history, its economic changes, and landscape, these poems express a unique perspective of Russia.
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