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Gulag , vol . 1 , pt . 1 , chap . 5. The entire following description of Solzhenitsyn's first cell is taken from that chapter . 13. Ibid . 14. Ibid . 11. Reshetovskaya , 56 ; and unpublished letter to the author from Natalia ...
Gulag , vol . 1 , pt . 2 , chap . 4 . 7. Ibid . , 66 . 8. Ibid . , 68 . 9. Ibid . , 86-88 ; and conversation with Veronica Stein . 10. Ibid . , 91 . U. Gulag , vol . 1 , pt . 2 , chap . 2 . 12. Ibid . 13. Ibid . 14. Ibid . 15. Ibid .
Gulag , vol . 2 , pt . 3 , chap . 9 . 29. Unpublished letter to the author from 19. Ibid . , vol . 3 , pt . 5 , chap . 3 . Natalia Reshetovskaya , 16 May 1982 . 20. S. P. Shevchenko , Ekibast uz ( Alma- 30. Ibid .
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