Where We Buried the Sun

By Alla Tumonov
Translated by Gust Olson

Where We Buried the Sun
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The memoir of a young woman who, in 1951 at the age of 17, was arrested for her involvement with an underground organization demanding alternatives to Stalinist rule and, as a result, spent five years in the Soviet prison system. Tumanov belonged to group of young people who ... Read more


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The memoir of a young woman who, in 1951 at the age of 17, was arrested for her involvement with an underground organization demanding alternatives to Stalinist rule and, as a result, spent five years in the Soviet prison system. Tumanov belonged to group of young people who believed in freedom and equality, and were willing to stand up for their beliefs.

Alla Tumonov

Alla Reyf spent four years in the Soviet Prison Camps known as the Gulag. In 1974, as Alla Tumanov, she immigrated to Canada where Toronto became home for eight years. At present, she lives with her husband in Edmonton, Alberta.

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