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Comment: 1959 1st pan edition. book has usual age related tanning and marking. tight binding with neat inscription inside.
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A room in Moscow Paperback – 1959

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  • Paperback: 189 pages
  • Publisher: Pan Books; G292 edition (1959)
  • ASIN: B0000CKF9Z
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 4,074,363 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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Pan 1st print G292 1959 edition paperback vg++ to fine In stock shipped from our UK warehouse

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Chris Webb on 8 Jan. 2004
Sally Belfrage went to Moscow for the 1956 Youth Festival and managed to find a way to stay on for a few months. Her book provides a fascinating impression of Krushchev's Russia at the beginning of the post-Stalin 'Thaw'. She befriends cynical sons and daughters of powerful Soviet officials who are more interested in learning the lyrics of 'Rock around the Clock' than in politics; the father of one of them shows her his 'holiday snaps' from Kazakhstan, which turn out to have been taken on a trip to find a suitable location for a labour camp; she visits gloom-laden Leningrad, only slowly recovering from the 900 Day wartime siege lifted a dozen years before; and she lands a role as an extra in a ground-breaking Moscow film about a British airman, shot down over Russia during WWII, who decides to return to Russia to visit his hosts. Sally Belfrage has a wonderful eye for detail and writes with great humour. Whatever became of her?
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By Dr. D. Brand on 7 April 2011
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A fascinating piece of history, and amusingly written.

Read it if you can get hold of it.
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