1968. Riga. News of the Prague Spring washes across Europe, causing ripples on either side of the Iron Curtain. A young Estonian woman has agreed to pose as a model for a famous sculptor, who is trying to evade military service and escape to the West. Although the model has only a vague awareness of politics - her interest in life is primarily poetic - the consequences of the politics of both past and present repeatedly make themselves felt. Chance remarks overheard prompt memories of people and places, language itself ...

The Beauty of History 2016, Norvik Press, London

ISBN-13: 9781909408272

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The Beauty of History 2007, Norvik Press

ISBN-13: 9781870041737

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