The italics are mine

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Vintage Books, Aug 31, 1993 - Biography & Autobiography - 600 pages
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The Russian author recounts the events of her life, discussing her father and grandfather, the Russian Revolution, emigre life in Paris, marriage, and more

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User Review  - Sherry Gallagher - Goodreads

A heart warming autobiography - one of my favourites - of the struggle through very difficult times with a writer's charm and poets heart. Well written and crafted by a celebrated Russian author who has travelled in some amazing artistic circles. I highly recommend the read. Read full review

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User Review  - Ekaterina Kachalina - Goodreads

A remarkable woman Nina Bereberova — "Miss Silver's Age”, how she was later called by Soviet poet Andrey Voznesensky. At first it was difficult to scramble through the endless amount of her relatives ... Read full review


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