Take a glimpse into the Orwellian dystopia of Stalinist Russia in my compelling conversation with Soviet emigre Eugene Yelchin. His young adult book Breaking Stalin’s Nose — which this 43-year-old is still thinking about, weeks after reading it — superbly captures the terror, the suspicion and paranoia, the irrationality, the loss of life, and much more.
About the Guest
Eugene Yelchin is an illustrator and author of children’s books, who emigrated to the United States from the Soviet Union in 1983. Breaking Stalin’s Nose was a 2012 Newbery Honor winner.
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Ep. 133 The Last Soviet Defector? (Yuri Maltsev)
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