By Kornei Chukovsky,Elena Chukovskaya,Mr. Victor Erlich,Michael Heim
From descriptions of friendship with such significant literary figures as Anna Akhmatova and Isaac Babel to money owed of the fight with obtuse and adverse censorship, from the heartbreaking tale of the demise of the daughter who had encouraged such a lot of tales to candid political statements, the intense diary of Kornei Chukovsky is a distinct account of the twentieth-century Russian experience.
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Diary, 1901-1969: Kornei Chukovsky by Kornei Chukovsky,Elena Chukovskaya,Mr. Victor Erlich,Michael Heim