The revolutionist

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Bantam Books, May 1, 1988 - Fiction - 467 pages
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The turbulent history of the Soviet Union--from the strife of the Russian Revolution to Stalin's reign of terror--unfolds through the life of idealistic revolutionary Alexander Zil, whose destiny is irrevocably bound to that of the USSR

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User Review  - Kevin Coombs - Goodreads

I've been working my way through Littell's bibliography, most of which I have read previously, at one point or another. Somehow, this one I had missed. As an avid reader, it's hard to decide if I wish ... Read full review

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User Review  - Charles Martin - Goodreads

A novel about the emergence of the USSR as told by a idealistic socialist is as horrifying and depressing as one would imagine. It is a fascinating look into the great experiment of communism and it's ... Read full review

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