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Stalin's Nose: Travels Around the Bloc [First U.S. Edition] Hardcover – 1992


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Amazon.com: 4.0 out of 5 stars 2 reviews
5.0 out of 5 stars funny in a droll Peter Sellers kind of way 7 Sept. 2015
By Michael E. Nader - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Hardcover Verified Purchase
The USSR has collapsed. The Berlin Wall is down. And a pig fell out of a tree (!) and killed a man. His wife remembers he wanted to be buried in Slovakia, an ex-Soviet state. So she, her nephew, the pig, and the woman's estranged sister (political opposites; she's a communist, the sister is a democrat) set out in a Russian Trabant automobile with a coffin tied on the roof and travel to Slovakia. Witty, observant, funny in a droll Peter Sellers kind of way, unusual, and very enjoyable. I'll even read it again.
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3.0 out of 5 stars Fascinated,bothered, bewildered, so far... 30 May 1999
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About a third of the way into the book which I began reading during an IVP test for distraction purposes. I am feeling more confused as I go but largely because my historical and geographic knowledge of the region is very limited. I think this is good for me to know(in a hair shirt sort of way). I've read novels set (approximately)in the region and have begun to feel as though I have strayed back into one of them but behind the scenes, drifting through the background unconnected to the story of the novel. However I will continue reading. I am in its thrall, though mystified and chastened by my ignorance.
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