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Glas New Russian Writing #25: Dim and Distant Days

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Larissa Miller's memoir recounts her childhood in postwar Moscow.

Synopsis:

Larissa Miller's memoir recounts her childhood in postwar Moscow, with reminiscences of her mother, a major journalist during Stalinism, and of her father, a political dissident who was killed in WWII. It also recounts the discovery, of her Jewish identity, her first love, and meetings with distinguished men and women of letters and reflections on the nature of literature. Her life was closely connected with all the major events of the age, which she relates with sober tenderness and insight.

Product Details

ISBN:
9781566633383
Translator:
Cook, Kathleen
Translator:
Roy, Natalie
Author:
Cook, Kathleen
Publisher:
GLAS Publishers
Subject:
Women
Subject:
Russia (pre & post Soviet Union)
Subject:
Autobiography
Subject:
Russia
Subject:
Childhood Memoir
Subject:
Authors, russian
Subject:
Miller, Larisa
Subject:
Europe - Russia & the Former Soviet Union
Series:
Glas New Russian Writing
Series Volume:
25
Publication Date:
December 2000
Binding:
Paperback
Language:
English
Illustrations:
Y
Pages:
191
Dimensions:
7.86x4.99x.43 in. .46 lbs.

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Glas New Russian Writing #25: Dim and Distant Days
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Product details 191 pages GLAS Publishers - English 9781566633383 Reviews:
"Synopsis" by , Larissa Miller's memoir recounts her childhood in postwar Moscow, with reminiscences of her mother, a major journalist during Stalinism, and of her father, a political dissident who was killed in WWII. It also recounts the discovery, of her Jewish identity, her first love, and meetings with distinguished men and women of letters and reflections on the nature of literature. Her life was closely connected with all the major events of the age, which she relates with sober tenderness and insight.
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