At his side: the last years of Isaac Babel

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Steerforth Press, 1996 - Biography & Autobiography - 171 pages
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A compelling memoir of life with a man who has been the called the Soviet Union's greatest writer describes the author's discovery of the true circumstances of his death after the collapse of the Soviet Union. IP.

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AT HIS SIDE: The Last Years of Isaac Babel

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A wife's evocative memoir of the vibrant and creative world of her husband and of the generation of extraordinary men and women whom Stalin destroyed. Although considered one of the masters of the ... Read full review

At His Side; The Last Years of Isaac Babel

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A master of the short story, Isaac Babel (Red Cavalry and Tales of Odessa) first met second wife Pirozhkova in 1932 and was separated from her by arrest in 1939, two years before his death in a ... Read full review


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