Red Plenty by Francis Spufford

Red Plenty

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ISBN: 9781555976040
Format: pdf
Publisher: Graywolf Press
Page: 448

Red Plenty, by Francis Spufford, mixes fact and fiction to describe post-second world war Russia. So I allotted myself some "reading-for-pleasure" time to compensate for it, and I present here a quick review of the book I chose! More sensibly, should former fans just give up on the series? If it happened, and can be proved to have happened, then it's in; if it didn't, or can't be documented, then it's out. It is a great book and has been already extensively discussed elsewhere. So is it time for despair and suicide, as some of the most histrionic reactions have suggested? So I have actually been very busy lately and it hasn't always been entirely pleasant. This way of going about writing. Francis SpuffordView on AmazonHistorians are not supposed to make stuff up. Red Plenty is Francis Spufford's semi-fictional book about the efforts to apply economic planning in the Soviet Union during the 50s and 60s. But Red Plenty is a work of non-fiction, in which Francis Spufford reimagines an era of Soviet history often overlooked – the period between Stalinism and totalitarianist menace.

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