Riley Reviews Playing with Fire: The Story of Maria Yudina, Pianist in Stalin’s Russia: LA Review of Books
Journalism associate professor and graduate program director Tim Riley reviewed Elizabeth Wilson’s new work Playing with Fire: The Story of Maria Yudina, Pianist in Stalin’s Russia, which examines the life and legacy of the talented pianist.
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