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The View From No. 13 People's Street

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Book's Tagline: "The only woman correspondent in Moscow reports on Russia and Russians."

United Press International correspondent Aline Mosby shares her experience on covering the people, politics and culture of Moscow during the early 1960's. She entertained Russian friends and other foreign correspondents as well as filed reports at her Moscow apartment on No. 13 People's
Hardcover, Second, 308 pages
Published 1962 by Random House
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Oct 14, 2016 rated it liked it
I encountered this book, believe it or not, when I saw an old episode of "To Tell the Truth" on YouTube, in which the author was a guest. She was the only woman press service correspondent in Moscow in the early '60s, and this is a memoir of her experience there. Being long interested in Russian history and literature, it sounded like fun. And fortunately, it's not hard to find used copies on amazon or abebooks.

This is light reading. It's far from frothy, but neither does Mosby think she's writi
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