Midnight in Siberia : a train journey into the heart of Russia / David Greene.
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- ISBN: 0393239950
- ISBN: 9780393239959 (hardcover)
- Physical Description: xvii, 318 pages, 16 unnumbered pages of plates : illustrations, map 25 cm
- Edition: First edition.
- Publisher: New York : W.W. Norton & Company, 2014.
|General Note:|| Includes index.
|Formatted Contents Note:|| Rose -- Sergei -- Boris -- Another Sergei -- Lubov -- Nina -- Alexei -- Vasily -- Galina -- Marina -- Angelina -- Andrei -- Polina -- Ivan -- Tatiana -- Svetlana -- Yet another Sergei -- Taisiya -- Igor -- Olga.
|Summary, etc.:|| "Travels with NPR host David Greene along the Trans-Siberian Railroad capture an overlooked, idiosyncratic Russia in the age of Putin. After two and a half years as NPR's Moscow bureau chief, David Greene travels across the country--a 6,000-mile journey by rail, from Moscow to the Pacific port of Vladivostok--to speak with ordinary Russians about how their lives have changed in the post-Soviet years. Reaching beyond the headline-grabbing protests in Moscow, Greene speaks with a group of singing babushkas from Buranovo, a teenager hawking 'space rocks' from last spring's meteor shower in Chelyabinsk, and activists battling for environmental regulation in the pollution-choked town of Baikalsk. Through the stories of fellow travelers, Greene explores the challenges and opportunities facing the new Russia--a nation that boasts open elections and new-found prosperity yet still continues to endure oppression, corruption, and stark inequality. Set against the wintery landscape of Siberia, Greene's lively travel narrative offers a glimpse into the soul of twentieth-century Russia--how its people remember their history and look forward to the future"--Provided by publisher.
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