Daphne Kalotay's Novel Russian Winter

Friday, November 12, 2010

Daphne Kalotay discusses her novel Russian Winter. It tells the story of Nina Revskaya, once a great star of the Bolshoi Ballet, who decides to auction off her jewelry collection. She finds herself overwhelmed by memories of her homeland and of the events, both glorious and heartbreaking, that changed the course of her life half a century ago.


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Comments [2]

Andreas Lord from Lexington

A terrific interview with the author of a brilliant first novel. Congratulations!

Nov. 12 2010 01:30 PM
gaetano catelli from Oxford, MS (pop. almost 20,000)

Lenny, i'm glad you wrapped up this segment by unfavorably comparing America with the Soviet Union (of all places).

it sure puts the "New York" in New York Public Radio. [chuckling]

Nov. 12 2010 01:22 PM

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