Lev Kopelev & Raisa Orlova

Saturday, October 29, 1983

Lloyd Moss talks to authors Lev Kopelev and his wife Raisa Orlova. Kopelev talks about being imprisoned in the Gulag and about his memoirs Ease My Sorrows. Orlova talks about her passion for American literature and about her upcoming book. They talk about how they were exiled from Russia while they were traveling in West Germany. Kopelev and Orlova discuss the musical selections they chose.


WNYC archives id: 68285

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Lev Kopelev and R. D. Orlova

Hosted by:

Lloyd Moss

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