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Stalin's Nose : Across the Face of Europe

MacLean, Rory

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ISBN 10: 000215871X / ISBN 13: 9780002158718
Verlag: Harper Collins., London, 1992
Gebraucht Zustand: Good hardcover
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Gift inscription on title page. Two coffee stains on page block, but the interior is unaffected. Binding is tight and contents clean and bright. Buchnummer des Verkäufers 146281

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Titel: Stalin's Nose : Across the Face of Europe

Verlag: Harper Collins., London

Erscheinungsdatum: 1992

Einband: hardcover


Zustand des Schutzumschlags: Good

Auflage: Reprint.

Art des Buches: Used

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Rory MacLean's uncle was a Soviet spy, his aunt a faded Austrian aristocrat. They lived in furious, frustrated retirement in a rambling house filled with animals in Potsdam, Prussia's Versailles. In their youth they stole secrets from Stalin and changed history. He visited them briefly as he passed through Berlin en route from the Baltic to the Black Sea. He was travelling along the line of the old Iron Curtain, writing about the Eastern European revolutions. But his aunt, a vivacious eccentric, would not be left behind. In her rattling Trabant, accompanied by her pet pig, they moved across the continent, following the threads of memory. Her remarkable East European relations - the angel of Prague, a Hungarian grave digger, a dying Romanian propagandist - help tie together the loose ends of her life. They picknicked at Auschwitz, they met Lenin's embalmer and they visited an improverished Czech town. This book is a documentary of their journey and a history of Eastern Europe. Its portrayal of subjugated peoples at a time of great change, of their fears of the past and hopes for the future, illustrates the icy comedy of human existence.


'Crazy, charming, a delight' --John le Carré

'The most extraordinary debut in travel writing since "In Patagonia". A dark, sardonic and brilliant book which grows in stature with every page.' --William Dalrymple

'As an allegory it is powerful and frequently moving. As a tale it is tremendous fun. It is also a thing of beauty' --Jan Morris

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