Book #58853

Generations of Winter - 1st Us Edition/1st Printing

Vassily and Aksyonov, John Glad, Christopher Morris

Binding: 1/4 Cloth
Book Condition: Near Fine in Near Fine dust jacket
Edition: First US Edition; First Printing
Publisher: New York: Random House, 1994.

Price: $50.00

A Near Fine first Printing of the First American Edition that has soiling to the boards and page edges and is housed in an alike dust-jacket that bears similar wear; is a novel set in Stalin’s Russia about the life of a family during the 1930s. The story follows the family of Ivan, a factory worker, his wife Nadya, and their three children. The family is forced to endure the harsh conditions of the Soviet Union, including the Great Terror of 1937-38, during which Ivan and his family are arrested and tortured.

Generations of Winter is an emotionally powerful novel that sheds light on the experiences of a family during the Stalin era. The story is narrated by Ivan, a factory worker who is arrested and tortured during the Great Terror of 1937-38. Through his experiences, Ivan tells the story of his family, which is forced to endure the harsh conditions of Stalin’s Russia. The novel is an important addition to the literature about Stalin’s Russia, and it will appeal to readers who are interested in historical fiction.; 8vo; 592 pages.