An intimate portrait of 200 years of Russian history, drawing on the memoirs, letters and artwork of the author's family archives, discovered on a visit to the remote village of Sergievskoye. Schemann covers 19th century Russia with czar and church, peasants and masters; the revolution; then exile and destruction of the family estate.
Serge Schmemann, a Pulitzer Prize winner and former NEW YORK TIMES Moscow bureau chief, is now that newspaper's Jerusalem bureau chief.
Echoes of a Native Land by Serge Schmemann
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Little, Brown Book Group
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