Additional Resources for Night by Tatyana Tolstaya

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Freeland, Chrystia, Sale of the Century: Russia's Wild Ride from Communism to Capitalism, Times Books, 2000.

Former Moscow bureau chief for the Financial Times, Chrystia Freeland gives a first-hand view of the change in Russian society since the fall of the Soviet Union. Through many first-person accounts, Freeland takes a close look at a nation of sometimes troubling extremes.

Goscilo, Helen, The Explosive World of Tatyana N. Tolstaya's Fiction, M. E. Sharpe, Inc., 1996.

Goscilo examines how Tolstaya merges myth, children's games, folklore, and songs into the text of her fiction.

Goscilo, Helen, and Byron Lindsey, eds., Glasnost: An Anthology of Russian Literature under Gorbachev, Ardis Publishers, 1990.

The editors have brought together the work of writers representative of the literary renaissance during the final three years of the Soviet Union. This anthology, the largest collection of works published during that period, includes Tatyana Tolstaya's "Night."

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