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10 thoughts on “Moscow Days: Life and Hard Times in the New Russia

  1. says:

    I wanted this book to be interesting than it was Galina Dutkina provides a pretty graphic picture of the corruption and desperation, both economic and spiritual, of the Russian people following the collapse of the Soviet Union But I didn t find it particularly gripping either as a memoir or a social analysis.


  2. says:

    As research for my second novel, this book was one of the most useful resources in compiling an idea of the social structure of modern Russia I originally read it assuming that I was going to learn about just the modern equity of their social system, but between this text and my friends in Moscow and St Petersburg, I was able to create a picture of not only how modern views and behaviors between businesses, men women, and all other social attitudes, but how these attitudes were able to manifest themselves in how society behaves now As an infant in the grand scheme of capitalism, there is a wonderful and interesting dynamic that blends the old with the new, the young with the old, and the rich and the poor, and how very deeply each citizen holds these things in their hearts.A wonderful book fascinating to me while it might be borderline boring for some I really enjoyed learning about a land that is just beginning to bloom with fortunes, life, and democracy While at times any of these elements are stifled with a miscommunication of old soviet era ideals, there is no stopping it as a powerhouse of modern and future prosperity.


  3. says:

    Dutkina surveys different aspects of life in Russia in the early mid 90s, in the immediate wake of the USSR s demise She looks at the rise of the black market and those who profit from it , the role of women, vacationing, the meaning of work, and so on But most intriguingly, she examines how lives change when everything you grew up with is suddenly gone I lived in Hungary in 1995 96, so about a year after this book was written, and many of the same changes were occurring, on a different scale When the state suddenly dissolves and people are on their own for motivation, work, and living, raw human nature is revealed.I d love to read another account from now We hear rumblings of the entrenched mafia and underground economy, but Dutkina had a fascinating perspective, living within it.


  4. says:

    Good read, fascinating at times, memoir of Russian female journalist re living in Moscow around 1992 Social commentary, wry humor Made me wonder how different things might be now, would like to read a circa 2002 Moscow memoir from this author or another.


  5. says:

    It sort of falls apart over the second half Lots of hearsay and shenanigans claimed Still an interesting read I wonder how different life is now.