My Life in Stalinist Russia An American Woman Looks Back

ISBN-10: 0253214424
ISBN-13: 9780253214423
Edition: 2001
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Description: Readers will be drawn to the life of this independent-minded young woman, coming of age in a society that she believed was on the verge of achieving justice for all but which ultimatley led her to disappointment and disillusionment.

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Book details

List price: $24.00
Copyright year: 2001
Publisher: Indiana University Press
Publication date: 9/13/2001
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 360
Size: 6.25" wide x 9.50" long x 1.00" tall
Weight: 1.232

Readers will be drawn to the life of this independent-minded young woman, coming of age in a society that she believed was on the verge of achieving justice for all but which ultimatley led her to disappointment and disillusionment.

Robert B. Ray, Director of Film and Media Studies and Professor of English at the University of Florida, is author of A Certain Tendency of the Hollywood Cinema 1930-1980 and The Avant-Garde Finds Andy Hardy. He is also a member of The Vulgar Boatmen, whose records include You and Your Sister, Please Panic, and Opposite Sex.

Acknowledgments
Introduction
Prologue
My Family Leaves for the Soviet Union - 1931
Birobidzhan - 1931
Settling in Moscow - 1931 to 1932
The Factory and the Commune - The Winter of 1931/1932
A Teenager in Moscow - Spring 1932
My Parents Leave - Summer of 1932 to Summer of 1933
Americans and Other Foreigners in Moscow - 1933 to 1934
A Biology Student at Moscow University - 1934 to 1935
A History Student at Moscow University - 1935 to 1936
At the Commissariat of Defense - November 1936 to March 1938
Purges and the Publishing House - Spring 1938 to Winter 1939
Newlyweds - Winter 1939 to Summer 1941
The Outbreak of War - 1941
Evacuation from Moscow and Return - Fall 1941 to Spring 1942
TASS and Moscow University - 1942 to 1946
Berlin - 1946
Postwar Moscow - 1947
Postwar Anti-Semitism - 1948 to 1950
Respite - 1950
During Stalin's Final Years - 1950 to 1953
Suggestions for Further Reading
Index

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