Many years ago, an artist applied the final brush stroke to the portrait of a beautiful woman. The woman was very young, newly married, and as close to happiness as she would ever be again.
Somewhere in the Soviet Union, the portrait still exists, hanging perhaps in a museum. The image belongs to another time. After it was painted, the world the young woman knew was irrevocably altered by revolution, war, and bloody struggles for power.
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About the Author
She graduated at every stage with a Red Diploma (best in class). She Immigrated to USA and lived in Kansas City. She worked for AT&T and took early retirement. She published 4 books in USA (Russian Language): two poetry books, one Short Stories (Autobiographical) book, and one Novel "True Story of her life (I promise you)", what she translated to English Language.
She has traveled widely, enjoys cooking, reading the classics, listening to opera, still privately composing poems and collecting arts and craft s. Being multi-cultural, owning an eidetic memory and having lived through an astonishingly impoverished childhood, her conviction that effort would pave her way proved true. Those talents, troubles and toughness makes possible this remarkable exposition of the history and horrors during the most inhumane period of Twentieth Century Russia.