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  - kvanuska - LibraryThing

It’s not only its 600 pages that give this autobiography of Russian writer Nina Berberova its weight – it’s the span of history that it covers. Born in 1901 and raised in St. Petersburg, Berberova ... Read full review

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User Review  - Michael Murray - Goodreads

I have a theory that this autobiog was written in 20 minute rushes. Why? That's how I read it on teabreaks at work, and each reading was a complete piece. To leave Paris aged 60 and go to America ... Read full review


Andrey Bely in Berlin and some unpublished information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

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