Dim аnd Distant Days
Larissa MillerISBN: 5-7172-0051-X;
Издательство: Glas Глас
In "Dim and Distant Days", Miller looks back over nearly five decades of Soviet history to her hungry but happy childhood in post-war Moscow; her coming of age as a Jewish girl in an anti-Semitic regime; her early loves and her student days; her encounters with the KGB as an English interpreter in the 1960s and again in the 1980s as the wife of human rights activist Boris Altschuler. Miller's striking personality shines through her narrative. She radiates kindness and wisdom, seemingly fragile and vulnerable she is able to resist all ideological influences, remaining completely independent-minded and vibrantly alive. Издание на английском языке.