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Review: G Jankeviciute, V Geetha's Another History of the Children's Picture Book From Soviet Lithuania to India

If internet listicles are to be trusted, one of the Top 10 Signs You're a Desi '80s Kid is a nostalgic affection for Soviet propaganda. Glossy Russian books and magazines were ubiquitous in India's socialist '80s when the Soviets flew in 10 tonnes of

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