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Memoir of a Gulag actress

T. V. Petkevich

Memoir of a Gulag actress

by T. V. Petkevich

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Published by Northern Illinois University Press in DeKalb .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Includes index.

StatementTamara Petkevich ; translated by Yasha Klots and Ross Ufberg ; foreword by Joshua Rubenstein
Classifications
LC ClassificationsDK268.P44 A3 2010
The Physical Object
Paginationp. cm.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24468296M
ISBN 109780875804286
LC Control Number2010014125
OCLC/WorldCa607655812

Petkevich, Tamara Vladimirovna. Memoir of a Gulag actress. DeKalb Ill.: Northern Illinois University Press, Peszkowski, Zdzisław. Memoirs of a prisoner of war in Kozielsk. Iuliia Konstantinovna. Girl with a sniper rifle: an Eastern front memoir. London: Greenhill Books, Zissman, Harold. The warriors: my life as a Jewish.   Steven A. Barnes, "Norman M. Naimark, Stalin's Genocides Tamara Petkevich, Memoir of a Gulag Actress Anne Applebaum, ed., Gulag Voices: An Anthology Fyodor Vasilevich Mochulsky, Gulag Boss: A Soviet Memoir Jehanne M. Gheith and Katherine R. Jolluck, Gulag Voices: Oral Histories of Soviet Incarceration and Exile," The Journal of Modern Hist no. 3 (September ):

In , he published Joseph Brodsky in Lithuania (St. Petersburg: Perlov Design Center; in Russian), and co-translated, with Ross Ufberg, Tamara Petkevich’s Memoir of a Gulag Actress . This book tells the story of a young actress who survived seven years in the Gulag in the s and stayed in the north as a free woman for several more years after being released. In particular, she describes her own visits as an “outsider” into the local camp, where the man she loved was dying at the infirmary barracks.

Now the uncensored biography is available in the United States as Stalin’s Aviation Gulag: A Memoir of Andrei Tupolev and the Purge Era (edited by Von Hardesty, Smithsonian Institution Press, Washington, D.C., . Against All Hope is Armando Valladares' account of over twenty years in Fidel Castro's tropical gulag. Arrested in for being philosophically and religiously opposed to communism, Valladares was not released until , by which time he had become one of the world's most celebrated ''prisoners of conscience.'' Interned all those years at the infamous Isla de Pinos prison (from whose.


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This is the memoir of a young woman who became an actress in the Gulag. Tamara Petkevich had a relatively privileged childhood in the beautiful, impoverished Petrograd of the Soviet regime's early years, but when her father--a believer in the Communist ideal--was arrested, year-old Tamara was branded a "daughter of the enemy of the people.".

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The most famous Gulag friendship is that between Ariadna Efron, daughter of the poet Marina Tsvetaeva, and Ada Federolf, whose memoirs are.

Under the Soviet regime, millions of zeks (prisoners) were incarcerated in the forced labor camps, the Gulag. There many died of starvation, disease, and exhaustion, and some were killed by criminals and camp guards. Inas the Nazis and Soviets invaded Poland, many Polish citizens found themselves swept up by the Soviet occupation and sent into the Gulag.

Memoirs of a Gulag Actress by Tamara Petkevich (nonfiction) The idea that any form of entertainment was possible in the Gulag prison camps seemed bizarre.

Yet her part in a theatre troupe is not the most amazing part of the book-the book as a whole is a fascinating exploration into personal character in the face of paralyzing evil. The book has been adapted into what’s shaping into a prime awards contender this year: a film of the same name starring Oscar nominees Steve Carell, Timothée Chalamet, and .Memoir of a Gulag Actress: A Book Talk and Discussion with Yasha Klots and Ross Ufberg Delia’s Tears: Race, Science, and Photography in Nineteenth-century America: A .