In her autobiography, Sophie Koulomzin, long honored as a pioneer in Orthodox religious education in America, tells of the many worlds in which she has lived and worked childhood on family estates in Old Russia the hardships of revolutionary Moscow life in the Russian emigration in Western Europe and as a foreign student in America the challenge of combining marriage and a family with service in the Church making a new life in America after World War II returning to Russia, this time as a tourist She shares with us the experiences and the wisdom of a lifetime In doing so, she gives us in microcosm the history of a fascinating generation....
|Title||:||Many Worlds: A Russian Life|
|Publisher||:||St Vladimirs Seminary Pr December 31, 1980|
|Number of Pages||:||326 pages|
|File Size||:||764 KB|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
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Many Worlds: A Russian Life Reviews
This intimate and and compelling journey through the life of a remarkable woman during and through several remarkable periods of time during the 20th century is a pleasure to read. The strength of character that is displayed in the author, as she guides herself and her family through the Russian Revolution, escape to Europe, World War II, and emigration to the United States, while maintaining stability in her family, preserving the Russian language and culture with her children and grandchildren, is inspiration to all.