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"Freedom to Breathe"

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Lindsay Conklin

on 12 March 2014

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Transcript of "Freedom to Breathe"

The Gulag:
*1919: Communist Party established forced labor camps.
Treatment
Who was responsible for the Gulag?
Literary Term
Quickwrite
PROSE POEM:
a short prose composition that uses rhythm, imagery, and other poetic devices to express an idea or emotion.
*the sentences appear in standard paragraph form.
Solzhenitsyn believed that all Russians bore the responsibility because, "We didn't love freedom enough."
*Many were
executed
died from disease
malnutrition
Background
What images come to mind when you think of the word "freedom?"
"Freedom to Breathe"
"Freedom to Breathe"
Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn
Russian
Poem
TANG
*Political dissidents
*Peasants who resisted seizure of their farms
*People suspected of opposing their government
Who was in these camps?
Answer questions 1-8 on page 1019.
Questions
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