Good in Good jacket. Ex-Library. 8vo-over 7¾"-9¾" Ex-library copy with all the usual flaws, stamps, markings, pocket, dustjacket taped to boards, tape stains on endpapers. Index, 272 pp. Text clean & tight.
Very Good. Very Good in softcover, light edge wear. Moroz (1936-) Ukrainian politician, leader of the Socialist Party of Ukraine, feared for the destruction of Ukrainian art and culture under the Soviets, Soviet prisoner etc. 272p.
Used: Very Good/Very Good. in Very Good jacket. Used paperback with dustjacket book copy in Very Good/Very Good Condition of Boomerang: The Works of Valentyn Moroz: A Voice from Soviet Prison. Introduction by Dr. Paul L. Gersper. Cover by Orest Polishchuk. Edited by Yaroslav Bihun. Smoloskyp Publishers, Baltimore MD, 1974. Unrevised English version of A Report Beria Reservation, copyright by Association for Free Ukraine, Inc., 1968. 8-5/8 x 5-1/2 inches, 22 cm. CONDITION NOTES: Book cover and dustjacket show some light to moderate wear. lightly age toned, no tears. Pages unmarked, age toned, very tight binding. From the Editor's Preface: Boomerang is a story of Valentyn Moroz, a young history instructor at a teacher's college in Ivano-Frankivsk, a city in Western Ukraine with a population of under ninety thousand. At one point in this young man's life he began to realize that he and those around him were being spiritually robbed of dignity and freedom as human beings, of culture and tradition as national beings, Ukrainians. His stand on principle cost him dearly, for from 1965 until, ironically, 1984, not counting nine months of unemployment between terms of imprisonment, he will have spent eighteen of the most productive years of a man's life behind bars, barbed wire, or in exile. The story of Valentyn Moroz wil unfold by itself through materials and documents that have reached the West. Accurately described because we look! Out the door in 24! (except Sunday & Postal Holidays)
xxiii, 272p., second printing glossy wraps in sur-wrapper. Mildest edgewear to the wrapper, a fine copy. Laid in is a staplebound pamphlet of about 20p. recording other Ukrainian "antiSoviet agitators and propagandists"
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