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London: Hutchinson, 1988. Russian novel about the Stalinist period it was suppressed for 20 years. This novel creates a psychological portrait of Stalin and of the beginning of his reign of terror, and its import on a generation. Rybakov was exiled to Siberia, but was later "rehabilitated" when he became a highly decorated tank commander in WWII. He went on to become one of Russia's most successful writers. CONDITION Brown bds with crisp gilt spine title, not bumped or worn, pp 685 in tight unread state, sl edge foxing, interior fine,original red wrapper not worn or clipped. An excellent copy. Overweight. First UK. Hard Cover. Near Fine/Near Fine. Large 8vo.