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New Left Review I/195, September-October 1992


Anastasia Posadskaya

Self-Portrait of a Russian Feminist

What sort of family do you come from? How did you become what you are now?

I was born in 1958 and grew up in Moscow as the daughter of a single mother, who was a pharmacist. In my childhood, my maternal grandmother and grandfather lived with us. He was Lithuanian, and she was Jewish. My mother was their only child, as I was hers—we were two generations of single daughters.

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