Soviet Women: Walking the Tightrope
Gray's latest work, porary Russia, d humor, enriched by the author's considerable personal knowledge of Russian culture and her challenging, ironic reflections on cross-cultural themes. The New Yorker.
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All Manner of Glasnost
Sex and Birth
The Womens Century
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