Siberia 1911. Miriam, a young Jewish woman imprisoned for subversive activities during the 1905 Russian Revolution, weaves the astonishing tale of her life, the only legacy she can leave her little girl. As Miriam narrates the story of her childhood, she brings to life the teeming slums of Kiev and the shtetl in the last days of imperial Russia, communities caught in the crosscurrents of traditional faith and the dawning revolutionary age. Written with haunting lyricism, Your Mouth is Lovely embraces the sweeping human drama of the era and shows how small choices, twists of fate, and betrayals can determine a particular life.
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