6 edition of Strange Soviet Practices (Glas New Russian Writing) found in the catalog.
October 28, 2004
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||220|
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Strange Soviet Practices (New Russian Writing) Paperback – December 2, by Ilya Zverev (Author), Boris Yampolsky (Author), Elena Glinka (Author), & See all 3 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions.
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His works never passed the Soviet censorship and were rejected by Author: Andrei Platonov, Lev Razgon, Ilya Zverev. Read "Strange Soviet Practices Documentary Stories" by Andrei Platonov available from Rakuten Kobo. How was it possible that an entire country could live in mute fear. Why Brand: Glas.
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Soviet scientists weren’t short of revolutionary ideas - but putting them into practice was another thing altogether. As the Cold War tightened its grip, many potential projects were hatched Author: Ksenia Zubacheva.