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  • Translators’ Note
  • Background
  • Foreword
  • The Torture Camp on Paradise Street
    • 1. The Arrival
    • 2. Isolation and the Prison Code
    • 3. Fear
    • 4. Pure Evil
    • 5. The Hour of the Quiet Ones
    • 6. Madness or Normalcy?
    • 7. Time in Captivity
    • 8. The Blue Light: To Kill Yourself or Not?
    • 9. Torture: A Personal Experience
    • 10. What Broke Me
    • 11. Sex in Isolation
    • 12. The Escape
    • 13. A Hunger Strike Is Not a Way Out
    • 14. Why There Was Never an Uprising
    • 15. Mouseville: Writing in Spite of
    • 16. God Behind Bars
    • 17. Humor in Captivity
    • 18. Who Are These People?
    • 19. A Strange Survey
    • 20. The Man with the Dog
    • 21. An Exercise in Death and Freedom
    • 22. Not in Prague
    • 23. White Nights
  • Writings from Isolation
    • Christ in a Gulag: A Play in Two Acts
      • Author’s Note
      • Act I
      • Act II
    • Named after Vladimir Lenin
    • Something about Someone
    • Heroes of the Tocsin
    • To a Future Me
    • The Bell
    • Of Pipes and Men
    • An Essay about a Volcano
    • An Atheist’s Prayer
  • List of Illustrations

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