About The Report
A bio-bibliographic information about 254 writers, this report divides the authors into four distinct categories: I - those who were executed or who committed suicide under duress; II - those who were arrested and/or exiled to perform forced labour; III - those who were rehabilitated (during their lives or posthumously) after 1956 and whose works were, in part republished; IV - those who ceased to write or publish in the 1930s.
About The Author
George S. N. Luckyj (1919–2001) played a major role in the establishment and early years of CIUS and the Canadian Association of Slavists. He also served as the first editor of Canadian Slavonic Papers, the journal of CAS. During his long career as a lecturer and then professor in the University of Toronto's department of Slavic languages and …
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