Red Princess

Red Princess

A Revolutionary Life

Book - 2007
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This affectionate portrait of the 'Red Princess' by her granddaughter uses letters, diaries and interviews to recreate a vanished world and also explore the author's own Russian roots.
Publisher: London : Granta, 2007.
ISBN: 9781862079717
9781862079199
1862079196
Branch Call Number: 947.084 DOLGO ZIN
Characteristics: 346 pages : illustrations, map, genealogical table ; 24 cm

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Jun 12, 2011

I picked this book up off the recent publications shelf and was pleasantly surprised. An interesting and well told story of someone who lived a fascinating life. She wasn't perfect but she certainly never quit. Considering the author was the granddaughter of the subject, I thought she (the author) did a fair job of representing her grandmother "warts" and all. Thought this was a great "bus" read as it's organization lent itself to short window's of reading opportunity. Good historical perspective.

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