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Author Politkovskai͡a, Anna.

Title A small corner of hell : dispatches from Chechnya / Anna Politkovskaya ; translated by Alexander Burry and Tatiana Tulchinsky ; with an introduction by Georgi Derluguian
Edition Paperback edition
Published Chicago : University of Chicago Press, 2007
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Contents Introduction: Whose Truth? / Georgi Derluguian -- Prologue: London, May 2002 : the beginning -- Ordinary Chechen Life in Wartime: It's Nice to Be Deaf ; The Chiri-Yurt Settlement ; Makhkety : a concentration camp with a commercial streak ; A zone within a zone ; The hundredth Grozny blockade ; Viktoria and Aleksandr : Grozny newlyweds ; A village that no longer exists ; A lawless enclave ; A nameless girl from nowhere ; The burning cross of Tsotsan-Yurt ; Starye Atagi : the twentieth purge ; V-day ; The Chechen choice : from the carpet to the conveyer belt ; What are the rules of the game? -- Modern Russian life against the backdrop of the war: Ruslan Aushev : "Nobody guarantees life in Chechnya today" ; A pogrom ; Five hundred rubles for your wife : the Chechnya Special Operation ruins the country ; Chechnya's unique Islam ; Executions of reporters ; Russia's secret heroes ; Killed by his own ; It's hard to get cartridges in Mozhaisk -- Who wants this war?: An oligaqrchy of generals ; Miracle fields ; Boys and girls ; Westernizers and easternizers ; Chechnya as the price for the UN Secretary-General's post ; Special Operation Zyaszikov ; We survived again! : a chronicle of Colonel Mironov's luck -- Epilogue: London, May 2002 : an ending without closure -- Afterword: Yellow on black
Notes Originally published as hbk.: ©2003
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references
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Subject Politkovskai͡a, Anna.
Chechni͡a (Russia) -- History -- Civil War, 1994- -- Personal narratives, Russian.
Chechni͡a (Russia) -- History -- Civil War, 1994- -- Journalists.
Chechni͡a (Russia) -- History -- Civil War, 1994- -- Press coverage.
Genre/Form History.
Personal narratives
Personal narratives.
Form Electronic book
ISBN 0226674347 (electronic bk.)
9780226674346 (electronic bk.)
Other Titles Vtorai͡a chechenskai͡a. English
Dispatches from Chechnya