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by Gregory O'Brien

  • ISBN: 0812829492
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  • Author: Gregory O'Brien
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Stein and Day; First Edition edition (1984)
  • Pages: 164
  • ePub book: 1594 kb
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Lenin Lives! by Gregory O'Brien. Release Date:March 1984. Publisher:Madison Books, Incorporated. This year's top sellers. Select Format: Hardcover.

AbeBooks Lenin lives! Gregory O'Brien. ISBN 10: 0812829492 ISBN 13: 9780812829495.

Lenin lives! Gregory O'Brien. Publisher: Stein and Day, 1984.

There are excerpts from ""Nightline,"" radio call-in shows, Evans & Novak. And finally Lenin dies again-on his way to a UN world-peace address. Some knowing send-ups of assorted media-but more suited to a two-page humor piece in The New Yorker than an inflated ""novel.

Lenin lives! by O'Brien, Gregory. Published 1984 by Stein and Day in New York. Communists, Fiction, Heads of state, Protected DAISY, In library. Vladimir Ilʹich Lenin (1870-1924).

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Born in Matamata in 1961, O'Brien trained as a journalist in Auckland and worked as a newspaper reporter in Northland. He graduated from the University of Auckland. His work has appeared in Islands, Landfall and Sport, Meanjin, Scripsi. He lives in Wellington. 1988 Sargeson Fellowship. 1995 Victoria University writing fellow. 1997 Landfall Essay Competition. 1997 Montana New Zealand Book Award for Poetry.

The Montana New Zealand Book Award for Poetry is one category of the New Zealand Post Book Awards, given out annually. Prime Minister's Awards for Literary Achievement is a New Zealand literary award established in 2003 by the Arts Council of New Zealand Toi Aotearoa, the national arts development agency of the New Zealand government.

It begins with an Associated Press newswire from Moscow: "Soviet officials here today claimed they have performed a medical feat of sensational proportions: the resurrection of Russian revolutionary leader V. I. Lenin. " President Reagan takes the news skeptically, as do medical scientists at Johns Hopkins and Stanford and the University of Chicago. Billy Graham calls the announcement "blasphemous." But accredited correspondents from all over the world are summoned to a press briefing at the Soviet Ministry of Information. "Good Morning, America" televises the mob scene in Red Square. Jeane Dixon reveals she had predicted the Lenin story in 1959. And soon an astonished world waits breathlessly as Lenin flies to New York to address the United Nations. Lenin Lives! is a highly entertaining and very unconventional story of how Western society from politicians and the media to the man in the street reacts to the most audacious international news event of the twentieth century.