Red Boots

Elena Kanaki


Elena recalls the all-too-common experience of waiting in a line in her native Russia. Queuing up, Soviets strengthened their will, patience and intellect. People would carry a book to pass the time. Tempers grew short. Storms came and went, but in this case, the bright-coloured prize was worth the drenching.

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