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Baba Dunja's last love
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A defiant woman and her colorful neighbors reclaim their homes in Chernobyl. There may be government warnings about radiation levels in her hometown of Tschernowo-also known as Chernobyl-but Baba Dunja has returned. And she's brought a motley bunch of her former neighbors with her. With the town largely to themselves, and lots of strangely misshapen fruit, they have everything they need to start anew. The terminally ill Petrov passes the time reading love poems in his hammock; Marja takes up with the almost 100-year-old Sidorow; Baba Dunja whiles away her days writing letters to her daughter. Life is beautiful. But then a stranger turns up in the village, and once again the little idyllic settlement faces annihilation. From Alina Bronsky, the acclaimed Russian-born German author of Broken Glass Park and The Hottest Dishes of the Tartar Cuisine, comes the story of a post-meltdown settlement and an unusual woman who finds her version of paradise late in life.

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A defiant woman and her colorful neighbors reclaim their homes in Chernobyl. There may be government warnings about radiation levels in her hometown of Tschernowo-also known as Chernobyl-but Baba Dunja has returned. And she's brought a motley bunch of her former neighbors with her. With the town largely to themselves, and lots of strangely misshapen fruit, they have everything they need to start anew. The terminally ill Petrov passes the time reading love poems in his hammock; Marja takes up with the almost 100-year-old Sidorow; Baba Dunja whiles away her days writing letters to her daughter. Life is beautiful. But then a stranger turns up in the village, and once again the little idyllic settlement faces annihilation. From Alina Bronsky, the acclaimed Russian-born German author of Broken Glass Park and The Hottest Dishes of the Tartar Cuisine, comes the story of a post-meltdown settlement and an unusual woman who finds her version of paradise late in life.
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Bronsky, A. (2016). Baba Dunja's last love. [United States]: Europa Editions.

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Bronsky, Alina, 1978-. 2016. Baba Dunja's Last Love. [United States]: Europa Editions.

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Bronsky, Alina, 1978-, Baba Dunja's Last Love. [United States]: Europa Editions, 2016.

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Bronsky, Alina. Baba Dunja's Last Love. [United States]: Europa Editions, 2016. Web.

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