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Library of Congress Cataloging-in-Publication Data
Dolinin, A. (Aleksandr)
Against destiny : a novel / Alexander Dolinin. -- 1st ed.
Summary: "A fictional account of an escape from a Stalinist labor camp,
showing the harsh and inhuman conditions of the Gulag and the heroism of the
five unjustly condemned prisoners as they cross Siberia in a bid to reach
America"--Provided by publisher.
1. Glavnoe upravlenie ispravitel‚no-trudovykh lagerei OGPU--Fiction. 2.
Political prisoners--Soviet Union--Fiction. 3. Labor camps--Soviet
Union--Fiction. 4. Escapes--Soviet Union--Fiction 5. Siberia
(Russia)--Fiction. I. Title.