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Dancing Spoons and Khachapuri: A Russian Tale

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Born of a Russian mother - a pianist at the State Conservatory - and expatriate English professor, a girl coming of age resolves a family dilemma while disclosing its mysterious past. After her father's strange disappearance during a business trip to Cairo, Anastasiya searches for those who can help her track him down. She finds, instead, a long, lost uncle whose lives in ...more
Paperback, 264 pages
Published November 15th 2013 by (first published September 17th 2010)
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Sherry Gallagher
Jul 17, 2012 Sherry Gallagher rated it 5 of 5 stars  ·  (Review from the author)
A delightful read and vividly painted of a Russian girl, Anastasia, coming of age while brought up by her babushka and English expatriate father. The story brushes on the Russian-Afghanistan war, more reflectively than traumatically, when the girl's father is imprisoned in Egypt and she sets off to free him, involving relatives she reacquaints herself and strengthens ties frayed long ago by fear and misunderstanding. It is an adventure of a lifetime through the heart of a rich and intriguing cul ...more
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I was born into post-WWII affluence and brought up on-stage, but as a sensitive child not completely comfortable with the world of the performing artist. I believe this is what led me to experiment with the drug culture and alternative lifestyles early on, and I lived in communes and artists' colonies before turning my life around and going back to school. At university I finished Magna Cum Laude ...more
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