Lesley Chamberlain (born 26 September 1951, Rochford, Essex) is a British journalist, travel writer and historian of Russian and German culture and has published short stories and novels and written about food.
After becoming a Reuter's correspondent in 1978, she later became a full-time writer; her first book was published in 1982. She has written for The Independent, The Times Literary Supplement and Prospect magazine.
- The Food and Cooking of Russia, 1982
- Nietzsche in Turin, 1996
- The Secret Artist: a Close Reading of Sigmund Freud, Quartet, 2000
- Motherland A Philosophical History of Russia, Atlantic Books, 2004
- Lenin's Private War: The Voyage of the Philosophy Steamer and the Exile of the Intelligentsia, St Martin's Press, 2007; UK: The Philosophy Steamer Lenin and the Exile of the Intelligentsia, Atlantic Books, 2006
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