Retouching Stalin’s Moustache is the story of a talented artist, survivor of twentieth century Europe under both fascism and communism, who is coping with survival in America in a life complicated by further twists and turns of fate.
The narrative moves from flashback to foreground, describing his early marriage and escape from the Old World. It follows up with more recent adventures, the dissolution of his marriage and newly created layers of memory. This book shows how a “permanently displaced person” must struggle to seek out means of adjusting to the daylight world of today.
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Published April 15, 2011
Biographies & Memoirs, Humor & Entertainment.