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																Twenty Letters To A Friend by  Svetlana  (translated By Priscilla Johnson McMillan) Alliluyeva
	 - Hardcover
			 - BOMC
			 - 1967
		 - from Gilt Edge Books (SKU: B2035)

Twenty Letters To A Friend

																Twenty Letters To A Friend by  Svetlana  (translated By Priscilla Johnson McMillan) Alliluyeva
	 - Hardcover
			 - BOMC
			 - 1967
		 - from Gilt Edge Books (SKU: B2035)

Twenty Letters To A Friend

by Alliluyeva, Svetlana (translated By Priscilla Johnson McMillan)

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  • Hardcover
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About This Item

New York and Evanston: Harper & Row, 1967. Stated First Edition but is BOMC. From the death of her father, Josef Stalin, in 1953, and her "double" life in the decade that followed - outwardly fortunate, inwardly tormented - Mme. Alliluyeva casts back to her unclouded childhood in the tranquil household created by her mother, and to her mother's gifted and close-knit family. She tells her mother's story, from her prerevolutionary girlhood, through the intensifying conflict with her husband over his political actions and intentions, to the terrible outcome - her mother's suicide. Svetlana was six years old. Bookplate to fep. Name to ffep. An attractive bright clean copy.. BOMC. Hard Cover. Near Fine/Very Good.

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Seller
Gilt Edge Books CA (CA)
Seller’s Inventory #
B2035
Title
Twenty Letters To A Friend
Author
Alliluyeva, Svetlana (translated By Priscilla Johnson McMillan)
Format/binding
Hardcover
Book condition
second hand - Near Fine
Jacket condition
Very Good
Edition
BOMC
Binding
Hardcover
Publisher
Harper & Row
Place of Publication
New York and Evanston
Date Published
1967
Keywords
Biography + Josef Stalin + Svetlana Alliluyeva-Stalin's Daughter + Russia + Moscow + Priscilla Johnson McMillan Translator + NOISBN
Bookseller catalogs
Autobiography/Biography;

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