Alja Rachmanowa

Commemorative plaque in Vienna Alja Rachmanowa is the pen name of Galina Nikolaevna Dyuragina Галина Николаевна Дюрягина (15 June 1898 – 11 February 1991), also known as ''Alexandra von Hoyer'', a Russian author and child psychologist. She is known for her diaries which describe her childhood, studies and marriage under the Russian revolution, and life as a refugee in Vienna. As most of her work was first published in German, translated by her husband Arnulf von Hoyer from her Russian manuscripts, she chose a German spelling for her pen name. Provided by Wikipedia
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by Rachmanowa, Alja
Published 1960
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by Rachmanowa, Alja
Published 2003
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