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The People's Train

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The People's Train
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First edition
AuthorTom Keneally
CountryAustralia
LanguageEnglish
PublisherVintage, Australia
Publication date
2009
Media typePrint (Paperback)
Pages408
ISBN9781741667431
Preceded byThe Widow and Her Hero 
Followed byThe Daughters of Mars 

The People's Train is a 2009 novel by Australian novelist Tom Keneally.

Plot summary

The novel is a fictionalised account of the Australian life of Fyodor Sergeyev, given in the book as Artem Samsurov, a Russian émigré to Australia who would later play a significant role in Lenin’s government.

Reviews

  • The Guardian[1]
  • The Telegraph[2]

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