One Day in the Life of Ivan Denisovich
Publish date: November 14th 1995
Publisher: Everyman's Library
Pages no: 200
Edition language: English
, Historical Fiction
, Classic Literature
, 20th Century
, Russian Literature
Shukhov gazed at the ceiling in silence. Now he didn’t know either whether he wanted freedom or not. At first he’d longed for it. Every night he’d counted the days of his stretch – how many had passed, how many were coming. And then he’d grown bored with counting. And then it became clear that men l...
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bookshelves: re-read, published-1962, slavic, re-visit-2015, film-only, winter-20142015, nobel-laureate, prisoner Recommended for: Laura, Wanda et al Read from January 01, 1989 to February 07, 2015, read count: 2 Re-visit 2015 via film: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YqG1u...Trivia from wiki: ...
This is the second time that I've read One Day in the Life of Ivan Denisovich in less than a month. I first read the translation done by Max Hayward and Ronald Hingley, and found something lacking in the story, perhaps due to the translation. After reading this translation by H.T. Willetts, I believ...
There were truly profound moments in this story. At times the prisoners were like wild animals just fighting each other for survival, and then there were glimpses of dignity and humanity that were striking against this inhumane backdrop. There are a few images that will stick with me from this sto...
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