Title A Redhead in Red Square
Book Condition Very Good+ in Very Good dj
Edition First Edition
Publisher New York Dodd, Mead & Company (c.1969)
Illustrator Illustrated by (dj design) Salem Tamer
Seller ID 19835
[light wear to book at extremities; jacket rubbed/scuffed, with tiny tears at several corners and related (very slight) paper loss; NOT an ex-library book]. "What is it like to be a young, light-hearted visitor to Russia?" The author found out on her holiday behind the Iron Curtain (remember that?), where she "sang Beatles songs with Russian boys in Red Square on May Day, toasted a bridal couple at their wedding reception, went swimming in a crowded public pool, and joined a group of girls shopping for clothes." She apparently got along pretty well except for those pesky "bureaucrats -- male and female -- with whom she had frequent lively clashes."
Signed Russia USSR Moscow