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  - kissmyshades - Goodreads

[Bunin] was difficult to live with and carried domestic despotism into literature. He not only became irritated and angry, but flew into a fury when someone said he was like Tolstoy or Lermontov, or ... Read full review

Contents

Andrey Bely in Berlin and some unpublished information
232
Longchene a French hamlet France under German occupation
393
WHO IS
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