"A memorably good book... A People's Tragedy combines dramatic power, absorbing narrative and magisterial scholarship - a magnificent tour de force." (Christopher Andrew Sunday Telegraph)
"I doubt if there is anyone in the world who knows the revolution as well as he does." (Norman Stone Sunday Times)
"Written with verve and enlivened by anecdote, this is a comprehensive, fair minded account... Figes' main objective is to put the masses back in their rightful place, and this he has triumphantly done... Profoundly researched, brilliantly written, full of wit, wisdom and humanity. It is by far the best history of the Russian Revolution I have ever read" (Frank McLynn Glasgow Herald)
"This books is not just a history; it is an item of history... Orlando Figes has taken the chance to display the very experience of revolution as it affected millions of ordinary Russians." (Neal Ascherson Independent on Sunday)
"It balances big ideas with vivid personal histories and must be the most moving account of the Russian Revolution since Doctor Zhivago." (Lucasta Miller Independent)
Vast in scope, based on exhaustive original research, and written with passion, narrative skill and human sympathy, A People's Tragedy is the definitive account of the Russian Revolution for a new generation. It has won the Wolfson History Prize, the W. H. Smith Literary Award, and the Longman/History Today Book of the Year Award.
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