I Want to Live

I Want to Live

The Diary of A Young Girl in Stalin's Russia

Book - 2006
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"... offers rare insight into the life of a teenage girl in Stalin's Russia, where fear of arrest was a fact of daily life."--Inside flap of dust jacket.
Publisher: New York, N.Y. : Houghton Mifflin, c2006
ISBN: 9780618605750
0618605754
Branch Call Number: 947.0842 L967I
Characteristics: 280 p. : ill. ; 22 cm
Additional Contributors: Bromfield, Andrew

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multcolib_susannel Aug 23, 2014

I love to read diaries because I think that they are the best way to understand the times in which they were written. This diary is no exception. Like Anne Frank,13 year old Nina Lugovskaya get is worried about the dangers and political tension surrounding her family- especially her father. But she also worries about ordinary teenage concerns: boys, parties, how she looks and what she will be when she grows up. For anyone interested in the day to day life in Soviet Russia under Stalin.

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