This person immigrated to America and taught himself English, later returning to Russia to become a Bolshevik killer with strong dedication to Communism.
This person was born in Moscow in October 1927 and spent some of his childhood in China and did not know he was Jewish, later turning his back on the Communist party because of ill treatment.
This person married his/her childhood sweetheart.
This person attended the medical institute and became a radiologist.
This person was a firstborn son who was able to obtain an exit visa to Israel.
This person had to go underground while waiting for an exit visa and risked personal safety to help family while he/she was in exile.
This person used personal experiences to tell the story in the novel.
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