Freedom: Man, Literature and Russia
Kagge forlag, Norway
The book consists of three lectures the journalist and author have given in recent years: In Oslo in 2017, the Nobel Lecture in Stockholm in 2015 and the speech of thanks at the awarding of the German Book Dealers' Peace Prize in Frankfurt am Main in 2013. Here we learn more about the extensive work lies behind the chronicle of the "red" empire. It took Alexeyevich 30 years to write the five books, and during the lecture at the House of Literature in Oslo on 28 August 2017, she refers to them as one big book: followed for almost a hundred years. " She also talks about her own father's last wish: to have the party book buried with her. "This was the last generation that was mortally infected with communism. Enchanted . . .
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