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The powerful voices of Gulag survivors become accessible to English-speaking audiences for the first time through oral histories, including interviews with the working class and intelligentsia across the former Soviet Union, including those from corrective hard labor camps and prisons.
Jehanne M Gheith is an Associate Professor in the Slavic and Eurasian Studies Department at Duke University.
Table of Contents
|Series Editors' Foreword||p. ix|
|List of Maps and Illustrations||p. xiii|
|Note on Transliteration||p. xv|
|Forced Laborers in the Perm Region|
|A Life in the Forest||p. 17|
|Soviet but German||p. 29|
|Under Two Dictators||p. 47|
|Exiled and Arrested|
|A Mother in Exile||p. 69|
|Surrounded by Death||p. 87|
|It Wasn't Life||p. 99|
|Children of Enemies|
|Three Death Certificates but No Grave||p. 117|
|Enumerated Units||p. 133|
|Children of Enemies and Then Arrested|
|From Privilege to Exile||p. 151|
|Bridging Separate Worlds||p. 169|
|Documents: Survivor Accounts and Letters|
|I So Desired Death||p. 193|
|Disgusting and Hopeless||p. 207|
|We Will Surely Die||p. 211|
|Why Did He Ruin Our Happiness?||p. 215|
|Fare Thee Well||p. 219|
|Measurement Conversions||p. 245|
|Note on Contributors||p. 247|
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