|Series||The American immigration collection|
|LC Classifications||E184.R9 D2 1969|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xv, 219 p.|
|Number of Pages||219|
|LC Control Number||69018770|
A Russian Immigrant is a loving farewell to things past and disintegrated: from the protagonist’s scholarly sojourn in Prague to his nostalgia-drenched memories of romance and brotherly love of his last Soviet vacation in Estonia to the show-stopping comedy pair of elderly ladies in the once popular Catskills resort now on the brink of losing. Read this book on Questia. The Russian Immigrant by Jerome Davis, | Online Research Library: Questia Read the full-text online edition of The Russian Immigrant (). Additional Physical Format: Online version: Davis, Jerome, Russian immigrant. New York, Arno Press, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors. Genre/Form: Academic theses: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Davis, Jerome, Russian immigrant. New York, Macmillan Co., (OCoLC)
Maxim D. Shrayer, a translingual author, scholar and translator, is Professor of Russian, English, and Jewish Studies at Boston College and Director of the Project on Russian and Eurasian Jewry at Harvard’s Davis in Moscow in to a writer’s family, Shrayer emigrated to the United States in He has authored and edited over fifteen books in English and Russian, among Reviews: 2. The book is written from a multicultural perspective exploring such general issues as acculturation, assimilation and psychological adjustment of immigrants as it applies to the Russian immigrants. Read more Read lessAuthor: Vera Kishinevsky. Fantastic true story about immigrant experiences in the last century, beautifully told. If you want to gain insight about your ancestors' journeys to America read this book! It is a detailed story about Jewish life in the Pale of Russia, family life before and after the move, the trip over in steerage and assimilation into American s: In these captivating books about immigration, authors recount deeply personal stories of migration, starting over, and learning to adjust to life in a foreign world.
A Russian Immigrant, he added, “bridges my shorter fictional explorations and my dilogy about growing up Jewish and emigrating from the Soviet Union.” The Oct. 30 launch for A Russian Immigrant, which will be held from p.m. in Devlin , will include a reading and discussion, followed by a book signing and reception. The event is. A Russian Immigrant is a loving farewell to things past and disintegrated: from the protagonist's scholarly sojourn in Prague to his nostalgia-drenched memories of romance and brotherly love of his last Soviet vacation in Estonia to the show-stopping comedy pair of elderly ladies in the once popular Catskills resort now on the brink of losing. Another book that comes directly from the front lines of the U.S./Mexico border, The Death of Josseline: Immigration Stories from the Arizona Borderlands begins with . The book is a Russian immigrant's life story, written for himself, though with the hope that others may also find it interesting (after Dr. N. I. Pirogov). Chapter 1 begins with the family's chronicle in the Russian Empire, and how the author's parents ended up in Latvia following the Bolshevik revolution. It continues through the World War II years in Latvia, Germany and its post-war D. P. s: 1.