Did Who Is to Blame make you want to dig a little deeper into the lives of Russia’s peasants? I can’t recommend a better follow-up book than Peasant Russia.
Although Dr. Christine Worobec is among the world’s leading historians of tsarist Russia, she penned this non-fiction book in a style a layperson both understands and enjoys. She laid a foundation using both primary and secondary sources, then she underscored her point by inserting a concise, factual vignette.
If you want an incisive view of Russia’s peasant society during the latter 1800s but lack the desire to slog through textbooks, this 250-page paperback is for you.