5 edition of No jail for thought found in the catalog.
Abridged translation of Khranitʹ vechno.
|Statement||Lev Kopelev ; translated and edited by Anthony Austin ; foreword by Heinrich Böll ; afterword by Robert G. Kaiser.|
|LC Classifications||HV8959.R9 K66213 1977|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xviii, 268 p.,  leaves of plates :|
|Number of Pages||268|
|LC Control Number||77378370|
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pages. (Seeker and Warburg) £6. Lev Kopelev is best known in the west not so much for his own writing but for his friendship in the camps No jail for thought book Alexander Solzhenitsyn. It was Kopelev on whom the great author based the character of the idealistic Jewish Communist Rubin in The First Circle.
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