This book is a beautiful love story and also a question about the meaning of what is specifically human, and is written also an exceptional literary brilliance. After being arrested for the first time in 1934, the poet Osip Mandelstam, one of the greatest twentieth century, was in exile in Voronezh for three years until his deportation. The death came in 1938 in a transit camp in Siberia. His widow was able to escape and survive as an English teacher in small provincial towns, until 1956 he was allowed to return to Moscow. There he began this story, one of the most moving of the twentieth century, when, with extraordinary detail, explains the tragic experiences of her husband and his generation. The stunning clarity oozing, its admirable serenity in the fight against barbarism and his firsthand knowledge of the intellectual world of Russia of that period makes this book an excellent document and a reading experience unforgettable.
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Descripción Quaderns Crema, 2012. Paperback. Estado de conservación: Brand New. Spanish language. 8.19x5.20x1.50 inches. In Stock. Nº de ref. de la librería zk8477275378