Irina Ratushinskaya Beyond the Limit

ISBN 13: 9780810107489

Beyond the Limit

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9780810107489: Beyond the Limit

English translations accompany the original Russian texts of poems about conscience, imprisonment, exile, survival, hope, despair, betrayal, winter, and freedom.

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Born in Odessa, Ratushinskaya received a physics degree at the university, worked as a teacher, and was involved in the human rights movement. In 1980, her request to emigrate from Russia was denied. Two years later, she was arrested for writing and disseminating "anti-Soviet poetry" and was treated very harshly---given a term in a strict-regime camp, to be followed by internal exile. Her brutal camp experiences included solitary confinement, but throughout she continued to write, recording in her poems and diaries the horrors of the Gulag. Ratushinskaya was released in 1986 on the eve of the Reagan-Gorbachev summit in Reykjavik and allowed to go to England, where she now lives.

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Text: English, Russian

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Ratushinskaya, Irina
Published by Northwestern University Press (1987)
ISBN 10: 0810107481 ISBN 13: 9780810107489
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