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Marci Shore, an associate professor of intellectual history at Yale, has spent much of her adult life in central and eastern Europe. She is the author of Caviar and Ashes: A Warsaw Generation's Life and Death in Marxism, which won eight prizes, including a National Jewish Book Award, and the critically acclaimed The Taste of Ashes. She is also the translator of Michal Glowinski's Holocaust memoir The Black Seasons.

Books by Marci Shore

The Taste of Ashes

Shore … writes first rate reportage in these cool-eyed but warm-hearted dispatches from the former Soviet bloc. Independent

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