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Moscow Women: Thirteen Interviews

by Carola Hansson, Karin Lidén

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This series of interview-essays, done during the waning years of the Soviet Union, provides an intimate and very personal look at societal and personal ramifications of the Soviet Union's policies, culture, and ultimate mismanagagement. However, with all the difficulties and even indignities endured by the women portrayed, the pride, determination and quiet strength of these women comes through loud and clear. Excellent resource for the study of the Soviet Era in particular as well as Women's Studies in general. Highly reccomended. ( )
  rbtanger | Jul 16, 2007 |
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