9 edition of Fifty Russian winters found in the catalog.
|Statement||Margaret Wettlin ; introduction by Harrison Salisbury.|
|LC Classifications||DK268.W48 A3 1992|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 324 p.,  p. of plates :|
|Number of Pages||324|
|LC Control Number||91036542|
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Fifty Russian Winters is an incomparable and moving document - the only close-up view we have of Soviet life by an American who spent more than half a lifetime inside Russia and who, as Harrison Salisbury says in his introduction, "kept her heart and mind and eyes open - /5(16).
A UPenn graduate, she lived in the Soviet Union for nearly 50 years and wrote a memoir Fifty Russian Winters: An American Womans Life in the Soviet Union. (from Wikipedia) Margaret Butterworth Wettlin (aka Peg), [born ,] was an American writer and translator, best known for her translations of Russian literature/5.
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New York: Wiley, Print. Margaret Wettlin's story of moving to the Soviet Union (almost on a whim) certainly resonated with me now that I've been in Georgia longer than expected. She initially went for a one-month tour, Fifty Russian winters book stayed for Book Summary: The title of this book is Fifty Russian Winters: An American Woman's Life in the Soviet Union and it was written by Margaret Wettlin.
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Fifty Russian winters: an American woman's life in the Soviet Union. [Margaret Wettlin] -- In Margaret Wettlin left Depression-torn America for the Soviet Union, eager to see for herself if communism was the hope for the future.
Planning to remain one year, she fell in love with and. Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for Fifty Russian Winters: An American Women's Fifty Years in the Soviet Union by Margaret Wettlin (, Hardcover) at the best online prices at eBay.
Free shipping for many products. Fifty Russian Winters: An American Woman's Life in the Soviet Union by Margaret Wettlin, Her mesmerizing book offers a background for understanding Soviet events that molded the Russian mind—from revolutionary Brand: Wiley. Russian Winter is an engrossing fiction novel from Daphne Kalotay that combines personal history with notorious events in human history.
Flashbacks from Stalin-era Russia combine with the modern life of a Russian defector, Nina Revskaya, once famous as a Bolshoi ballerina/5.
Fifty Russian Winters: An American Woman's Life in the Soviet Union by Margaret Wettlin and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at A gripping account of Soviet life as experienced by an American who lived for 50 years on an absolutely equal basis with Russians.
Packed with details of everyday life from giving birth in a Soviet hospital to living in a Moscow communal apartment. Forced to give up her American citizenship during Stalins reign, Wettlin was coerced into becoming an informant for Author: Margaret Wettlin.
In this unflinching account of betrayed ideals, Wettlin, an American who went to Russia in for one year but fell in love and stayed anot gives a stunning and moving portrait of a long-suffering people ``essentially unpragmatic, uncompetitive, and acutely sensitive to the mystery of life.'' A native of Philadelphia, Wettlin went to the Soviet Union eager to contribute her skills as Author: Margaret Wettlin.
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Fifty Russian Winters: An American Woman's Life in the Soviet Union: An American Woman's Life in the Soviet Union by Margaret Wettlin. Wiley. Paperback. VERY GOOD. Light rubbing wear to cover, spine and page edges. Very minimal writing or notations in margins not affecting the text.
Possible clean ex-library copy, with their stickers and or stamps. Wettlin's autobiography is remarkable for its scope, both for the geography and the human experience described.
Her tale is the more effective and touching for its honesty and simplicity. Fifty Russian Winters is written for a general audience.
Recommended for collections of all sizes Rena Fowler, Northern Michigan Univ. Lib., MarquetteAuthor: Margaret Wettlin. books by women from past and present, across the globe, and spanning multiple genres. I dedicate this list to a friend who said we. Russian Winter, General Winter, General Frost, or General Snow refers to the harsh winter climate of Russia as a contributing factor to the military failures of several invasions of Russia.A contributing factor that impairs military maneuvering is "General Mud" ("rasputitsa"), a phenomenon that occurs with autumnal rains and spring thaws in Russia, whereby transport.
Fifty Russian Winters: An American Woman's Life in the Soviet Union. Fifty Russian Winters: An American Woman's Life in the Soviet Union. Leningrad, Uzbekistan and Georgia. Her mesmerizing book offers a background for understanding Soviet events that molded the Russian mind--from revolutionary enthusiasm to a complete repudiation of Author: Margaret Wettlin.Buy Russian Winters: The Story Of Andrei Kanchelskis by Andrei Kanchelskis (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store.
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