A train to Moscow : a novel
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"In a small, provincial town behind the Iron Curtain, Sasha lives in a house full of secrets, one of which is her own dream of becoming an actress. When she leaves for Moscow to audition for drama school, she defies her mother and grandparents and abandons her first love, Andrei. Before she leaves, Sasha discovers the hidden war journal of her uncle Kolya, an artist still missing in action years after the war has ended. His pages expose the official lies and the forbidden truth of Stalin’s brutality. Kolya’s revelations and his tragic love story guide Sasha through drama school and cement her determination to live a thousand lives onstage. After graduation, she begins acting in Leningrad, where Andrei, now a Communist Party apparatchik, becomes a censor of her work. As a past secret comes to light, Sasha’s ambitions converge with Andrei’s duties, and Sasha must decide if her dreams are truly worth the necessary sacrifice and if, as her grandmother likes to say, all will indeed be well"--,Provided by publisher.
APA Citation, 7th Edition (style guide)
Gorokhova, E. (2022). A train to Moscow: a novel (First edition.). Lake Union Publishing.Chicago / Turabian - Author Date Citation, 17th Edition (style guide)
Gorokhova, Elena. 2022. A Train to Moscow: A Novel. Seattle: Lake Union Publishing.Chicago / Turabian - Humanities (Notes and Bibliography) Citation, 17th Edition (style guide)
Gorokhova, Elena. A Train to Moscow: A Novel Seattle: Lake Union Publishing, 2022.MLA Citation, 9th Edition (style guide)
Gorokhova, Elena. A Train to Moscow: A Novel First edition., Lake Union Publishing, 2022.
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