Black Tea by Stephen Morris | print FREE UK POSTAGE
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Shortlisted for the Royal Society of Literature Christopher Bland Prize 2020
Inspired by the artful prose of Primo Levi, Raynor Winn and Deborah Levy, Black Tea is a book about Russia that starts in London at the height of the Cold War and ends on a beach in Crimea forty years later.
‘A triumph of art as well as of observation’
Paul Binding, cultural critic and author
‘This fascinating autobiographical travelogue is an unblinking self-analysis’
Zinovy Zinik, celebrated Russian author and BBC critic
‘Elegiac, evocative and disarmingly candid, Black Tea rattles along like a Russian train. It can be soothingly poetic and then bring you to a standstill with its sharp, searing honesty’
Lucy Ash, BBC Russia Correspondent
Highly informed with a unique perspective, Black Tea chronicles the changing geography, politics and personality of Russia over his thirty years there. A reflection and a travelogue, Steve Morris hauntingly explores love and identity, commitment and family.