Histories of Everyday Life in Totalitarian Regimes
St. James Press, First edition, 2015
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“Histories of Everyday Life in Totalitarian Regimes, part of Gale’s Literature of Society series, provides critical introductions to 300 works. About two-thirds of the texts are personal or biographical accounts, such as memoirs, oral histories, biographies, and letters, while others are fictional stories set in real or imagined regimes. Although totalitarian states have varied in form and ambition, there have been common elements—an attempt, for example, to reeducate its citizens around an ideology, such as the superiority of a race or the elimination of class structures."
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