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by Marq De Villiers
Author: Marq De Villiers
Publisher: Viking Adult (January 1, 1992)
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Down the Volga: A Journey. has been added to your Cart. In this travelog, he explains that "the centralized system has produced places that are virtually interchangeable in their banality. Everywhere there are endless lines, stifling regulations, food and housing shortages, alcoholism, and a general ugliness. The Russians he meets display an achingly similar sense of resignation and despair. Ironically, there are some hints that an upheaval may soon occur.
A journey revealing the people and heartland of post-perestroika Russia. Down the Volga in a Time of Troubles.
Marq de Villiers was born in 1940 in Bloemfontein, South Africa. Down the Volga in a Time of Troubles: A Journey Through Post-Perestroika Russia. In 1989 he became the first recipient of the prestigious Alan Paton Award for White Tribe Dreaming. He and his wife, the writer Sheila Hirtle, live in Port Medway, Nova Scotia. They often collaborate on books. In 2011 his book, Our Way Out was published, dealing with the problems surrounding climate change, and possible solutions. Garth Drabinsky (1992).
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Down the Volga : A Journey Through Mother Russia in a Time of Troubles. A travel writer who took the "Mother Volga" river and traveled two thosand miles through Russia presents a study of the heart of Russia, discussing the land, the concerns of its people, and such sites as the birthplace of Lenin. Down the Volga : a journey through Mother Russia in a time of troubles, Marq de Villiers Viking New York 1992. Australian/Harvard Citation. 1992, Down the Volga : a journey through Mother Russia in a time of troubles, Marq de Villiers Viking New York. He and his wife, the writer Sheila Hirtle live in Port Medway, Nova Scotia. Marq de Villiers (1989). By (author) Marq De Villiers. We can notify you when this item is back in stock. AbeBooks may have this title (opens in new window).