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London: Hodder & Stoughton, 1988. "A gripping account of a young woman's experiences in the brutal conditions of a Soviet labour camp. Only 28 yrs oldwhen she was imprisoned for her poetry, for which she was already regarded as a leading writer of her generation, in line with Mandelstam and Pushkin. She nearly died from maltreatment and a series of hunger strike protests." CONDITION Black bds with crisp silver title (1 cnr bumped, not worn) pp 286 with 15 b/w photo's, 3 illus by author and one map (tight and clean with sl. edge browning, named to ffep) Original wrapper not worn, price clipped. An excellent copy.. First English. Hard Cover. Near Fine/Near Fine. Large 8vo.