Taxi from Hell: Confessions of a Russian Hack

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Soho Press, Incorporated, Jun 1, 1992 - Fiction - 304 pages
A Russian emigre filmmaker relates his experiences as a New York City taxi driver

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TAXI FROM HELL: Confessions of a Russian Hack

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Unique and sparkling memoir of a Russian Jewish immigrant to New York. Lobas, a writer in the Soviet Union, not even considered a Russian (``Under the heading NATIONALITY in our passports was written ... Read full review

Taxi from hell: confessions of a Russian hack

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An emigre screenwriter from the Soviet Union supplements his pay as a Radio Liberty commentator by learning to drive a cab. This nonsensically titled book is being serialized by two magazines in ... Read full review

Contents

A Break with the Russians
59
Enoughs Enough
89
Our Daily Bread
102
Copyright

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