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Rooted in America. Обживаемся в Америке. By Natalia Tkachenko
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The stories of the Russian speaking woman from former USSR in her adjustments to the new life style in USA after 8 years from immigrating: achievements, successes, struggles, new social life, new... More > cultural and communication skills, new mentality< Less
Ветровое стекло By Stanislau Ilyin
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It's a road tale in a form of a diary, narrated by an immigrant from Belarus, who decided to work as a truckdriver in USA to escape from his own thoughts and from a monotonous routine of a small... More > tourist city on the shore of New Jersey. Each notation in a diary is an independent story with it's own plot.< Less
The Walls and the Gates Volume II By Abraham Rothberg
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THE WALLS AND THE GATES is a panoramic novel of modern life, from the Great Depression to the upheavals of the 1960s, dealing with the lives and fates of a varied group of fascinating human beings:... More > An Irish-American family of immigrants whose father works on the New York City docks; a family of Tsarist refugees from the Soviet Union whose father remains an activist anti-Communist political; still another family, of immigrant Italians, who fled their native country and have since prospered in the California wine country. We see the interlocking fates of the two major characters, best friends, as the Irish American boy struggles to become a doctor, and the Russian American boy, a musical genius, struggles to become an internationally known concert pianist. We watch their conflicts with themselves, with one another, and with their lives and times, their successes and defeats, until, finally, they come to understand that "Tears may open the gates, but joy will bring down the very walls."< Less
The Walls and the Gates : Vol I By Abraham Rothberg
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THE WALLS AND THE GATES is a panoramic novel of modern life, from the Great Depression to the upheavals of the 1960s, dealing with the lives and fates of a varied group of fascinating human beings:... More > An Irish-American family of immigrants whose father works on the New York City docks; a family of Tsarist refugees from the Soviet Union whose father remains an activist anti-Communist political; still another family, of immigrant Italians, who fled their native country and have since prospered in the California wine country. We see the interlocking fates of the two major characters, best friends, as the Irish American boy struggles to become a doctor, and the Russian American boy, a musical genius, struggles to become an internationally known concert pianist. We watch their conflicts with themselves, with one another, and with their lives and times, their successes and defeats, until, finally, they come to understand that "Tears may open the gates, but joy will bring down the very walls."< Less
The Walls and the Gates : Volume II By Abraham Rothberg
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THE WALLS AND THE GATES is a panoramic novel of modern life, from the Great Depression to the upheavals of the 1960s, dealing with the lives and fates of a varied group of fascinating human beings:... More > An Irish-American family of immigrants whose father works on the New York City docks; a family of Tsarist refugees from the Soviet Union whose father remains an activist anti-Communist political; still another family, of immigrant Italians, who fled their native country and have since prospered in the California wine country. We see the interlocking fates of the two major characters, best friends, as the Irish American boy struggles to become a doctor, and the Russian American boy, a musical genius, struggles to become an internationally known concert pianist. We watch their conflicts with themselves, with one another, and with their lives and times, their successes and defeats, until, finally, they come to understand that "Tears may open the gates, but joy will bring down the very walls."< Less
SHE NEVER ASKED FOR VODKA By mohammad rafique
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AN IMMIGRANT HARD WORKING FEMALE SNEAKED IN LONDON FROM RUSSIA WAS ACCUNSED AS SPY?.IT'S TWISTED AND CURVEY AS INDIRECT POLITICAL MOTOVATIVE SPY THRILLER IN SENSUAL VIOLENT CONCERN ABOUT... More > MISS.EKARRINA ZATULIVERTER WAS A RUSSIAN YOUNG IMMIGRANT TURN INTO MYSTERIOUS DODGY SUSPECT AS SPY IN CURIOUSLY FRIGHT AS AN ADAMANET IN LONDON HAD BEEN LINKED TO AN OLD DIVORCEE COMMENDER DUVALAT NATO HEAD QUARTER AT LUXEMBURG ON HER WAY TO MEET HER LOVER POLITICIAN RT.HON.MR MIKE IN BIRMINGHAM.THUS WITCH HUNT FOR HER BY mi6 LANDED HER IN COIURT TO DEPORT IN MOSCOW AS IF WAS SPY HAD PASSED INFORMATION FROM NATO TO K.G.B IN RUSSIA BUT SHE WAS GIVEN LEAVE TO REMAIN IN LONDON BY THE COURT AND IT A SPY THROLLER IN VENGEAMCE AS THE NEW COLD WAR BETEEN THE BOTH SECRET SPY AGENCIES AND BOTH DERRICK AND COMMNADER WERE KILLED AND SHE REAMINED AS FUGITIVE IN LONDON EARLER!.< Less
The Walls and the Gates Volume II By Abraham Rothberg
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THE WALLS AND THE GATES is a panoramic novel of modern life, from the Great Depression to the upheavals of the 1960s, dealing with the lives and fates of a varied group of fascinating human beings:... More > An Irish-American family of immigrants whose father works on the New York City docks; a family of Tsarist refugees from the Soviet Union whose father remains an activist anti-Communist political; still another family, of immigrant Italians, who fled their native country and have since prospered in the California wine country. We see the interlocking fates of the two major characters, best friends, as the Irish American boy struggles to become a doctor, and the Russian American boy, a musical genius, struggles to become an internationally known concert pianist. We watch their conflicts with themselves, with one another, and with their lives and times, their successes and defeats, until, finally, they come to understand that "Tears may open the gates, but joy will bring down the very walls."< Less
The Walls and the Gates Vol I By Abraham Rothberg
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THE WALLS AND THE GATES is a panoramic novel of modern life, from the Great Depression to the upheavals of the 1960s, dealing with the lives and fates of a varied group of fascinating human beings:... More > An Irish-American family of immigrants whose father works on the New York City docks; a family of Tsarist refugees from the Soviet Union whose father remains an activist anti-Communist political; still another family, of immigrant Italians, who fled their native country and have since prospered in the California wine country. We see the interlocking fates of the two major characters, best friends, as the Irish American boy struggles to become a doctor, and the Russian American boy, a musical genius, struggles to become an internationally known concert pianist. We watch their conflicts with themselves, with one another, and with their lives and times, their successes and defeats, until, finally, they come to understand that "Tears may open the gates, but joy will bring down the very walls."< Less
The Walls and the Gates Vol I By Abraham Rothberg
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THE WALLS AND THE GATES is a panoramic novel of modern life, from the Great Depression to the upheavals of the 1960s, dealing with the lives and fates of a varied group of fascinating human beings:... More > An Irish-American family of immigrants whose father works on the New York City docks; a family of Tsarist refugees from the Soviet Union whose father remains an activist anti-Communist political; still another family, of immigrant Italians, who fled their native country and have since prospered in the California wine country. We see the interlocking fates of the two major characters, best friends, as the Irish American boy struggles to become a doctor, and the Russian American boy, a musical genius, struggles to become an internationally known concert pianist. We watch their conflicts with themselves, with one another, and with their lives and times, their successes and defeats, until, finally, they come to understand that "Tears may open the gates, but joy will bring down the very walls."< Less
Lena, Pioneer Girl By Karen Murray
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The first in the series "Children of the Quincy Valley", Lena, Pioneer Girl tells the story of Magdalena Weber, a German-Russian girl who emigrated to America with her family in 1904. ... More > They settled in the Quincy Valley, located in the Columbia Basin region of Washington State. This historical fiction combines facts of her life with the general experience of the German-Russian immigrant farm families of the era, including photographs of early Quincy. Over 100 years later, Weber descendants still live, work, and farm in the area today. Written by local author Karen Murray for the Quincy Valley Historical Society, cover art by Kelly Smothers, and illustrated by Kindra Ankey, this book is designed, not only as a reader for children, but also as an educational tool for both homeschool or classroom use. There are research projects, German words, and instructions on making a small quilt.< Less

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