Lenin: the novel
Taking the form of his personal diary, Lenin daringly and brilliantly uses Lenin's own voice to sweep readers from his boyhood days on the banks of the Volga under tsarist rule to the rioting avenues of St. Petersburg and on to exile in Siberia and the birth of the Soviet Union.
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