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European Russia; children of 1812; Moscow! Moscow!; the peasant marriage; in search of the Russian soul; descendants of Genghiz Khan; Russia through the Soviet lens; Russia abroad.

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Orlando Figes is the author of "A People's Tragedy", which won the NCR Book Award, the Wolfson History Prize, the Longman/History Today Book of the Year Award and the WH Smith Literary Award.

About the Author

Orlando Figes is Professor of History at Birkbeck College, University of London. His last book, A PEOPLE'S TRAGEDY (Cape 1996), won the NCR Book Award, the Wolfson History Prize, the Longman/History Today Book of the Year Award and the WH Smith Literary Award. He lives in Cambridge.

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"Scintillating. . .an exceptional history of Russian culture and a joy to read." --"San Francisco Chronicle" "Stunning and ambitious. . .Figes captures nothing less than Russians' complex and protean notions regarding their national identity." --"The Atlantic Monthly" "Staggering. . .A vivid, entertaining, and enlightening account of what it has meant to be culturally a Russian over the last three centuries." --"Los Angeles Times" "[A] masterly work." --"New York Review of Books" "A big, bold, interpretative cultural history." --"Foreign Affairs"

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