Surviving Freedom: After the Gulag

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  • Title Page *
  • Contents *
  • Praface xiii
  • Prologue 1
  • 1 - View from the Embassy Window 5
  • 2 - Waiting for Tomorrow 22
  • 3 - Journey to the Past 33
  • 4 - The House on the Hill 46
  • 5 - Farna Street 59
  • 6 - No Man's Land 76
  • 7 - Lying and Cheating 86
  • 8 - Guardian of the Dead 104
  • 9 - Marching on Red Square 112
  • 10 - First Final Exams 123
  • 11 - Postwar Poland 134
  • 12 - Family of Friends 146
  • 13 - Summer 1947 158
  • 14 - Finding My Way 170
  • 15 - Enemies Everywhere 178
  • 16 - Coming into My Own 190
  • 17 - Aspirantura 206
  • 18 - Lower Than Grass, Quieter Than Still Water 219
  • 19 - The End of Terror 233
  • Epilogue 247
  • Acknowledgments 251
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