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The diary of Vikenty Angarov / by Victor Muravin ; translated from the Russian by Alan Thomas.

1st ed.. New York : Newsweek Books, 1978.
ISBN 0882252542, 9780882252544

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George Washington
WRLC Shared Collections Facility
PG 3483.3 .U73 A8713 1978 (show me on map) Off-site
WRLC Shared Collections Facility
PG3483.3.U73 A81 Off-site
Van Ness stacks
PG3483.3.U73 D5 Available Request
UNIV General stacks
891.73 M8d, 1978 Available Request
Off-Campus Shelving
PG3483.3.U73 A913 1978 Available Request
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Founders Library stacks
PG3483.3.U73 A813 1978 Available Request
Standard Title Aurora borealis
Subjects Soviet Union -- History -- 1937-1954 -- Fiction.
Soviet Union.
Description 349 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Copyright Date 1978.
Notes Originally published under title: Aurora borealis.
Summary This novel "centers around the life of a one-time seaman between 1937 and 1954. (The preface states that this is the second part of a trilogy beginning with Angarov's birth in 1914 and ending with his death in 1970). The first ten of these years Vikenty spends in a labor camp in Siberia; for one year (1948-49) he leads a normal life as Harbor master in Riga, until Beria, Stalin's henchman, decides he should be sent back to exile in a small Siberian town...Only Stalin's death finally liberates Angarov from the vicious circle of denouncement and imprisonment." (Nation).
Genre Fiction.
Geographic Area Soviet Union
Network Numbers (OCoLC)3607506
WorldCat Search OCLC WorldCat
WorldCat Identities Muravin, Viktor.
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