A poignant collection of letters written by the Latvian poet, novelist, and newspaper editor, while interned in Soviet labor camps, from 1940-1947 in Kraslag and 1949-1955 in Kamyshlag and Ozerlag. A testament to the hardships of daily life for Latvian prisoners in the Gulag.
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