Abstract: The experiences of an American family who moved to Russia to live and work for a year.
Keywords: book review, current_events, international, Moscow, Russia, expat, expatriot, ex-patriot, business, Russian Mafia, culture, people, New Russia, Boris Yeltsin, Russian Federation, description, travel, journeys.
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Title: Stranded in Moscow: An American's Story of Life in the New Russia
Author: Rick Furmanek
Publisher: Square Peg Press
Date Published: April 1997
ISBN: 0965570355
LOCN: DK601.2.F87 1997
Pages: 286
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Chapter 1: Moscow Miracles and Moses

Chapter 2: Russians Redundancy and Red Tape

Chapter 3: The Sights The Sounds and The Somberness

Chapter 4: The Future The Failures and The Fears

Chapter 5: Renting Reneging and Renegotiating

Chapter 6: Mice Men and Metros

Chapter 7: Motorists Mayhem and Meat

Chapter 8: Repairs Restoration and Ringworm

Chapter 9: Shopping Swapping and Swiping

Chapter 10: Food Fizz and Fiestas

Chapter 11: Sitters Superstitions and Sandwiches

Chapter 12: Pets Punches and Play Ball

Chapter 13: Education Endangerment and An Earful

Chapter 14: New Year's Neighbors and Neanderthals

Chapter 15: God Grace and Grudges

Chapter 16: Cages Calamities and Claustrophobia

Chapter 17: Gypsies Jabs and Jargon

Chapter 18: Secretaries Sniffles and Sabotage

Chapter 19: Presidents Predators and Prey

Chapter 20: Business Barbecues and Bad Guys

Chapter 21: Coups Comrades and Kids

Chapter 22: Laughter Legends and Laments

Chapter 23: Going Going Gone



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