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ESU: Andrew Miller '98, author of 'Snowdrops'

  • 30 Jan 2014
  • 12:30 PM
  • Dartmouth House, 37 Charles Street W1J 5ED

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English-Speaking Union presents

Luncheon Chat with author Andrew Miller '98


Andrew Miller '98, author of "Snowdrops" will come to Dartmouth House to discuss his book in the form of a Question and Answer session with a 2-sandwich lunch and coffee. 

This event is for Dues-Paying Members only. Dartmouth House is open to all PAUK Dues-Paying Members. Join now to enjoy this, and many other, events held by the English-Speaking Union.

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About the book:

"In Russia there are no business stories," declares one character in this punchy debut set in Moscow, where its author worked for three years as a correspondent for the Economist. "And there are no politics stories. There are no love stories. There are only crime stories." This would have been news to Tolstoy and Chekhov. But times have changed, and Russia's position on the world stage is such that you can say whatever you like about it, thanks to a widespread willingness to believe the very worst. [review in The Guardian]
More about the book.

About the author:

A.D. Miller was born in London in 1974. He studied literature at Cambridge and Princeton, where he began his journalistic career writing travel pieces about America. Returning to London, he worked as a television producer before joining The Economist to write about British politics and culture. In 2004 he became The Economist's correspondent in Moscow, travelling widely across Russia and the former Soviet Union. He is currently the magazine's Writer at Large; he lives in London with his wife Emma, daughter Milly and son Jacob.


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