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    Figes, Orlando (2008) Private life in Stalin's Russia: family narratives, memory and oral history. History Workshop Journal 65 (1), pp. 117-137. ISSN 1363-3554.

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    Figes, Orlando (2009) Russia is becoming a dictatorship. In: Wagner, V. (ed.) Russia. Farmington Hills, U.S.: Greenhaven Press, pp. 114-121. ISBN 9780737737677.

    Figes, Orlando (2006) Afterword. In: UNSPECIFIED (ed.) War and Peace. London: Penguin. ISBN 9780140447934.

    Figes, Orlando (2003) Tales of Petersburg. In: Sutcliffe, M. and Althaus, F. (eds.) Petersburg perspectives. London, UK: Fontanka, pp. 91-108. ISBN 1861542607.


    Figes, Orlando (2019) The Europeans: three lives and the making of a cosmopolitan culture. Allen Lane, Penguin. ISBN 9780241004890. (In Press)

    Figes, Orlando (2014) Revolutionary Russia, 1891-1991. Pelican, Penguin. ISBN 9780141043678.

    Figes, Orlando (2012) Just send me word: a true story of love and survival in the Gulag. London, UK: Penguin. ISBN 9781846144882.

    Figes, Orlando (2010) Crimea: the last crusade. London, UK: Allen Lane. ISBN 9780713997040.

    Figes, Orlando (2009) Stalin's ghost: the legacies of Soviet history and the future of Russia. Den Haag, The Netherlands: European Liberal Forum. ISBN 9789073896437.

    Figes, Orlando (2007) The whisperers: private life in Stalin's Russia. London, UK: Allen Lane. ISBN 9780713997026.

    Figes, Orlando (2003) Natasha's dance: a cultural history of Russia. London, UK: Penguin. ISBN 9780140297966.

    Kolonitski, B. and Feldman, David (1999) Interpreting the Russian Revolution: the language and symbols of 1917. New Haven, Connecticut, USA: Yale University Press. ISBN 9780300081060.

    Figes, Orlando (1996) A people's tragedy: the Russian Revolution, 1891-1924. London, UK: Pimlico. ISBN 9780712673273.

    Figes, Orlando (1991) Peasant Russia, Civil War: the Volga Countryside in Revolution, 1917-21. Oxford, UK: Clarendon Press. ISBN 9781842124215.

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