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Russka : The Novel of Russia
by Edward Rutherfurd




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NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER - "Impressive . . . Rutherford has indeed embraced all of Russia."--The Washington Post Book World

Here, Edward Rutherfurd turns his remarkable talents to a vast canvas: Russia. Spanning 1,800 years of its history, people, politics, and culture, Rutherford's grand saa is as multifaceted as Russia itself: harsh yet exotic, proud yet fearful of enemeies, steeped in ancient superstitions but always seeking to make its mark on the emerging world. In Russka, Rutherford transforms the epic of a great civilization into a human story of flesh and blood, boldness and action, chronicling the lives of four families who are divided by ethnicity but united in shapin the destiny of their land.

"Rutherford's Russka succeeds. . . . He] can take his place among an elite cadre of chroniclers such as Harold Lamb, Maurice Hindus and Henri Troyat."--San Francisco Chronicle

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Overview

NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER - "Impressive . . . Rutherford has indeed embraced all of Russia."--The Washington Post Book World

Here, Edward Rutherfurd turns his remarkable talents to a vast canvas: Russia. Spanning 1,800 years of its history, people, politics, and culture, Rutherford's grand saa is as multifaceted as Russia itself: harsh yet exotic, proud yet fearful of enemeies, steeped in ancient superstitions but always seeking to make its mark on the emerging world. In Russka, Rutherford transforms the epic of a great civilization into a human story of flesh and blood, boldness and action, chronicling the lives of four families who are divided by ethnicity but united in shapin the destiny of their land.

"Rutherford's Russka succeeds. . . . He] can take his place among an elite cadre of chroniclers such as Harold Lamb, Maurice Hindus and Henri Troyat."--San Francisco Chronicle

 

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  • ISBN-13: 9780345479358
  • ISBN-10: 0345479351
  • Publisher: Ballantine Books
  • Publish Date: March 2005
  • Page Count: 960
  • Dimensions: 8.38 x 5.54 x 1.98 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 1.61 pounds


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