Bitter Harvest: The Intellectual Revolt behind the Iron Curtain

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BITTER HARVEST
The Intellectual Revolt behind the Iron Curtain

Edited by Edmund Stillman Introduction by François Bondy

FREDERICK A. PRAEGER, Publishers Now York

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Editor's Foreword vii
  • Acknowledgments xi
  • Contents xiii
  • Introduction xvii
  • 1- The Sense of Malaise 1
  • We Take off for Heaven 3
  • Behind the Brick Wall 12
  • The Levers 25
  • The Sixteen-Year-Old 40
  • Long Journey 42
  • 2- The Goals of Socialism 45
  • What is Socialism? 47
  • A Heap of Machinery 51
  • The Unfinished Song 56
  • A Letter 63
  • Quarantine 66
  • Class Struggle 69
  • Notes from Amerdaganda 73
  • "A Point, Mister?" Or, Everything Has Changed 78
  • 3- The Moral Issue: Ends, Means, And The Sense of Guilt 87
  • A Meeting of Two Young Men 89
  • Responsibility and History 94
  • 4- Party, State, And The New Class 127
  • A Poem for Adults 129
  • The Young Woman Doctor On Prezydencka Street 138
  • A Young Man in The Organization Department 143
  • Is This the Twilight of Marxism? 158
  • A Light in the Window 166
  • 5- The Silent Land 175
  • Journey Home 177
  • Mud 190
  • Laddy 193
  • 6- Art, Science, and The Free Intellect 221
  • The Lessons of Stendhal 223
  • For the Dignity of Science 237
  • Two Kinds of Truth 243
  • The Principles of a Shrewd Canary 246
  • Some Observations on Literary Censorship And Freedom 248
  • Beast in an Enclosure 254
  • At the Same Time 256
  • A Personal Opinion 260
  • 7- National Communism -- National Identity 273
  • Hungarian Integrity and The Five Principles of Coexistence 275
  • The Testament of a Party Rebel 290
  • National Communism 299
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