Stalin's Daughter: The Extraordinary And Tumultuous Life Of Svetlana Alliluyeva

"Compassionate and compelling, this is not a political story but a quest for love in the heart of darkness" Simon Sebag Montefiore. "A biography on an epic scale, with a combination of tragedy and history worthy of a Russian novel" Independent "Superbly well told' Sunday Times Who was Svetlana Alliluyeva A little girl, her father's only daughter, his "little sparrow"; instructed to bury her secrets in her heart by her mother, who shot herself soon after. An observer as her relatives were mercilessly killed and her first love exiled. A woman who tore through relationships with men, joined and abandoned various religions, and became the most famous defector to the United States. The victim of an inescapable truth: "You are Stalin's daughter. . . . You can't live your own life. You can't live any life. You exist only in reference to a name."

Product Overview
ISBN 9780007491131
Categories Biographies and Memoirs, NewandRestock, Non-Fiction, Non-Fiction: Humanities
Author(s) Sullivan, Rosemary
Publisher HarperCollins Publishers
Weight 0.53 kg