See No Evil: Literary Cover-Ups and Discoveries of the Soviet Camp Experienceby Dariusz Tolczyk
Pub. Date: 09/28/1999
Publisher: Yale University Press
Seeking to control human thought as well as actions, Stalin and his followers developed words and images to legitimize the gulag. This is the first book in English to examine official Soviet concentration camp literature from the early 1920s through the mid-1960s. The book probes the evolution of this literature, the totalitarian thinking that inspired it, and the scandalous role played by Russian writers who collaborated in its creation.
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