Uncertain weights and measures
Moscow, 1921 Tatiana and Sasha meet in a bookstore the night it is bombed and fall in love. Tatiana, a promising young scientist, soon follows her mentor to the Institut Mozga to study the source of genius, while Sasha, an artist, drifts aimlessly in a world increasingly indifferent to his art. In this brilliantly captivating tale of a love torn apart by ideology and high-stakes politics, Jocelyn Parr portrays the heady idealism and cavernous contradictions of post-Revolutionary Russia.
16 available of 18 items
- Artists -- Fiction.
- Communism -- Soviet Union -- 1910-1930 -- Fiction.
- Moscow (Russia) -- History -- 20th century -- Fiction.
- Revolutions -- Soviet Union -- History -- Fiction.
- Scientists -- Fiction.
Genre: Romance fiction.
Description: 378 pages ; 21 cm
Notes: Canadiana.Link to PAC