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5 edition of The Russländer found in the catalog.

The Russländer

by Sandra Birdsell

  • 246 Want to read
  • 29 Currently reading

Published by Emblem in Toronto .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Mennonites -- Fiction.,
  • Older women -- Fiction.,
  • Women immigrants -- Fiction.,
  • Russians -- Canada -- Fiction.,
  • Russia -- History -- 1904-1914 -- Fiction.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementSandra Birdsell.
    GenreFiction.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination397 p. :
    Number of Pages397
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL21161460M
    ISBN 100771014511

    Originally published: The Russländer. Toronto: McClelland & Stuart, cPages:   Russländer Virtual Tour #1 The exhibit chronicles the years preceding and following the second wave of Mennonite migration to Canada. Between .

    For readers of Wiebe's Of This Earth: A Mennonite Boyhood in the Boreal Forest and Sandra Birdsell's The epic novel on the Mennonite experience, by a 5/5(1). The Russländer book. Read 57 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Katherine (Katya) Vogt is now an old woman living in Winnipeg, but t.

      Her two previous short story collections, Night Travellers and Ladies of the House, were reissued in as Agassiz Stories. Her most recent novel, The Russländer (), won the Saskatchewan Book Award for Fiction, the Saskatchewan Book Award for Book of the Year, and the Regina Book Award, and was a finalist for the Giller : Sandra Birdsell. Imagination thrives on history and geography, and Sandra Birdsell’s imagination is fecund. The Russländer is her fifth book and the first to probe her maternal ancestral origins, her Mennonite roots in Russia. Birdsell – who Read More».


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The Russländer book. Read 57 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Katherine (Katya) Vogt is now an old woman living in Winnipeg, but t /5. The Russländer, her third novel, is a realistic, balanced portrayal of a group of people, written from the point of view of a religious sect, their beliefs and disbeliefs.

It's not a Christian book, but the people are devout Christians.5/5(8). Her most recent novel, The Russländer (), won the Saskatchewan Book Award for Fiction, the Saskatchewan Book Award for Book of the Year, and the Regina Book Award, and was a finalist for the Giller Prize.

Sandra Birdsell’s fiction has been anthologized and has appeared in literary journals and Saturday Night magazine. She lives in Regina.4/5(3).

The Russländer, her third novel, is a realistic, balanced portrayal of a group of people, written from the point of view of a religious sect, their beliefs and disbeliefs. It's not a Christian book, but the people are devout Christians/5(3). The Russländer is a powerful and moving story of ordinary people who lived through extraordinary times.

Medal & Ribbons. Finalist for The Giller Prize; Book of the Year, Saskatchewan Book Awards; City of Regina Book of the Year; Fiction Award of the year, Saskatchewan Book Awards; Praise for The Russländer “Birdsell has outdone herself. Get this from a library.

The Russländer. [Sandra Birdsell] -- Katherine (Katya) Vogt is now an old woman living in Winnipeg, but her story begins in Russia inon a wealthy Mennonite estate. In the wake of the First World War, the tensions between the. The Russländer is a powerful and moving story of ordinary people who lived through extraordinary times.

(From Emblem Editions) From the book. From The Russlander. Books Canadian The Russländer. The Russländer is a powerful and moving story of ordinary people who lived through extraordinary times. (From McClelland & Stewart) Footer Links.

InThe Russländer won the Saskatchewan Book Award for Fiction, the Saskatchewan Book Award for Book of the Year, the Regina Book Award, and was a finalist for the Giller Prize.

Init deserves a second look/5(10). Buy the Paperback Book The Russlander by Sandra Birdsell atCanada's largest bookstore. Free shipping and pickup in store on eligible orders.

Katherine (Katya) Vogt is now an old woman living in Winnipeg, but the story of how she and her family came to Canada begins in Russia inon a wealthy Mennonite estate.

Read Book Review: The Russländer by Sandra Birdsell. Katherine (Katya) Vogt is now an old woman living in Winnipeg, but the story of how she and her family cam/5(30). COVID Resources.

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The Russländer filled in the details of domestic life before the revolution, and since reading the book my mother, my sisters and I have begun to talk about our grandparents’ experience.

For example, my mother had forgotten all about the cultivation of silkworms until we read your book. The book brought experiences like that back. The first novel to tell the story of Russlander Mennonites from a woman's point of view, The Russlander (called Katya in the United States version of the book) by Sandra Birdsell won several awards in Canada: The Saskatchewan Book Award for fiction, and the Saskatchewan Book of the Year Award, the Regina Book Award.

It was also a finalist for the Giller Prize, Canada's largest prize for : Ann Hostetler. Wealth & Horror: The MHV’s Russländer Exhibit Janu Erin Places 0 I am not of Russländer descent, so I didn’t know anything at all about their story until I met Andrew’s maternal grandmother.

Russlaender. 48 likes. Russlaender - berichte aus antiterra - messages from antiterraFollowers: Shortlist, Giller Prize (for The Russländer) Saskatchewan Book of the Year, Best Saskatchewan Fiction and City of Regina (for The Russländer) Longlist, International Dublin Literary Award (for Children of the Day) Saskatchewan Best Fiction Award (for Children of the Day)Born: Ap (age 77), Hamiota, Manitoba, Canada.

The Schoenfeld Russlaender: A Mennonite Family's History is a story of Mennonite lives lived in Russia. Their history is dotted with tragedies and triumphs, despair and hope, kindness,cruelty, wealth, poverty and noble conduct contrasted with shameful behavour.5/5.

The Russländer is a powerful and moving story has spent most of her life in Winnipeg. Her first novel, The Missing Child (), won the W.H. Smith/Books in Canada First Novel Award. Her second novel, The Chrome Suite (), and her m More about Sandra Birdsell.

The Russlander. Embed Copy and paste the code into your website. Other Side of the River (In Search of Freedom Book 1) - Kindle edition by Dick, Janice L. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading Other Side of the River (In Search of Freedom Book 1)/5(4).

The Russländer is a powerful and moving story of ordinary people who lived through extraordinary times. From the Hardcover edition.

Publisher: McClelland & Stewart.Read "The Schoenfeld Russlaender: A Mennonite Family's History" by Barbara J. Tiessen available from Rakuten Kobo. Prussian Mennoite pioneers who settled southern Russsia at the invitation of Catherine the Great in the early 19th Centu 5/5.The Russländer, her third novel, is a realistic, balanced portrayal of a group of people, written from the point of view of a religious sect, their beliefs and disbeliefs.

It's not a Christian book, but the people are devout Christians/5.