Larissa Miller's memoir recounts her childhood in postwar Moscow, with reminiscences about her mother, a major journalist under Stalin, and of her father killed in World War II; the discovery of her Jewish identity; her first love; and reflections on the nature of literature and art. Her life has been closely connected with all the major events of the age which she relates with sober tenderness and insight.
|Title:||Dim and Distant Days||Publisher:||Glas New Russian Writing|
|No. of Pages:||192|
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