6 edition of Unforced Labors found in the catalog.
November 25, 2006 by Vozvrashchenie .
Written in English
|Contributions||Ignashev Diane Nemec (Translator)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||400|
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From Siberian exile settlements along the Yensei to Moscow's Pasternak-Tsvetaeva literary circles and the small regional towns of western Russia, "Alongside Alya", the Unforced Labors book centerpiece by Ariadna's close friend Unforced Labors book co-exile Ada Federolf, /5.
The Moscow Literary-Historical Society "Vozvrashchenie" is pleased to announce the release of Unforced Labors, which brings together under a single cover in English translation the prison-exile prose of Ariadna Efron (daughter of Marina Tsvetaeva) and the memoirs of Ada Federolf, Efron's companion from Unforced Labors: The Memoirs of Ada Federolf Unforced Labors book Selected Prose of Ariadna Efron (Paperback) Ariadna Sergeevna Efron (author), Ada Aleksandrovna Federolf (author), Diane Nemec Ignashev (translator)Pages: Unforced Labors: The Memoirs of Ada Federolf and Selected Prose of Ariadna Efron Paperback – 28 Aug.
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Title: The Unforced Rhythms of Grace. Theme: To show the rest that we have in Christ and His Spirit. Text: Matthew "Come to Me, all you who labor and are heavy laden, and I will give you rest.
"Take My yoke upon you and learn from Me, for I am gentle and lowly in heart, and you will find rest for your : Edward Hardee. Iris Murdoch (J –February 8, ) — a rare philosopher with a poet’s pen, and one of the most incisive minds of the past century — explores the role of art as a force of resistance to tyranny and vehicle of cultural change in an arresting address she delivered to the American Academy of Arts and Letters in the spring of Specializing in twentieth-century Russian cultural studies, Nemec Ignashev’s research includes articles and translations of Soviet Russian writers, including a compilation of the memoirs of Ariadna Efron (the daughter of poet Marina Tsvetaeva) and Ada Federolf—Unforced Labors (Moscow: Vozvrashchenie, ).
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