This is the capital of the author's home country.
This country is where the author was raised.
Many women in this part of the world were oppressed during communism.
The United States
Slavenka noticed that this country demonstrated a great disparity in wealth.
This Eastern European country was frequently visited by Slavenka.
Evelina was an assistant professor in this capital city.
This was the country where Tito ruled.
This brand of toilet paper was rough and uncomfortable.
These were collected by women in Eastern Europe and considered valuable.
This was a symbol of luxury and freedom for Slavenka.
This was widely unavailable to women under communist rule.
Many people relied on this due to meat shortages.
A Communist Eye
Many Eastern Europeans saw the world with this mindset.
Slavenka and her mother...
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