A Moscow Literary Memoir: Among the Great Artists of Russia from 1946 to 1980

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University of Toronto Press, 1995 - History - 307 pages
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In this literary memoir, which spans the period between the mid-1940s and the early 1980s, R. A. D. Ford shares his long-standing fascination with the Russian people, expanding on his political memoir, Our Man in Moscow. From totalitarian repression to life and art in the splintered, chaotic ruins of a superpower, A Moscow Literary Memoir offers a unique perspective on Soviet life from a man who has spent more time in Russia than any other Western diplomat.

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Introduction
5
Bella and the Beast
17
Engineers of the Human Soul
29
Copyright

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