1982: Island of Love, by Yuri Nagibin

By (author)Yuri Nagibin


Island of Love by Yuri Nagibin is a Russian novel published by Progress Publishers in Moscow. The book is a romantic tale that takes place on a remote island in the Black Sea during World War II. The story follows a young soldier named Alyosha who is sent to the island to guard a military base. While there, he meets a beautiful young woman named Nadya and they fall in love. However, their relationship is complicated by the war and the fact that Nadya is engaged to another man. The novel explores themes of love, duty, and sacrifice as Alyosha and Nadya navigate their feelings for each other in the midst of a tumultuous time.

The book is beautifully written and filled with vivid descriptions of the island and its inhabitants. The characters are well-developed and the reader is drawn into their world, feeling their joys and sorrows as they struggle to make sense of their feelings and the world around them.

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Island of Love, by Yuri Nagibin, published by Progress Publishers, Moscow, 1982. 422 pages.

Red hardcover volume. Dustjacket has minor wear and nicks along bottom of spine and top of cover. Otherwise, books is nearly as good as new. No writing or other markings. Illustrated. Red bookmark ribbon present.

Weight .53 kg
Dimensions 21 × 14 × 3 cm

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