Presumption of Guilt

Larisa Matros


Presumption of Guilt is a sociological novel which cover the turbulent years of Perestroika, which for the first time depicts the scientists and professors of the prominent Akadem-Gorodok in Novosibirsk.

Panoramic depictions of the Great Debates that went as a tremor through the the Soviet intelligencia is artfully interwoven with the personal drama of the heroine Inga Sergeyevna.

The book received numerous acclaims in Russia and in Akadem-Gorodok, that Never-Never Land of the Soviet scientist who were allowed more liberty than any other place in the Soviet Empire.

460 pages

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