Sounds better than its reads, for it is a bit on the dull side. The author makes a tour of Soviet Georgia and finds it a...

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PROMETHEUS AND THE BOLSHEVIKS

Sounds better than its reads, for it is a bit on the dull side. The author makes a tour of Soviet Georgia and finds it a wonderful place. The Georgians are a mixed race; now united in communism they seem to be one big, happy family. This part of the Soviet Union stands a chance to play an important role because of the oil wells near Baku. Under Soviet regime, the author finds great improvements, -- collective farming a success, housing conditions bettered, education universally available, writers subsidized, etc.

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Kirkus Reviews Issue: June 15, 1937