#KINDLE ⚛ Seven Years Solitary ç eBook or E-pub free

Great lost classic account of one courageous lady! Her story is compelling, her resolve most resolute, and her intellect amazing! Got this via interlibrary loan and it appears to be a first edition. One of best books I've read this year. I've copied many quotes from this. #KINDLE × Seven Years Solitary ⚸ Seven Years Solitary By Edith Bone Goodreads Seven Years Solitary Book Readreviews From The World S Largest Community For ReadersSeven Years In Solitary Doctor Edith BoneNotRetrouvez Seven Years In Solitary Et Des Millions De Livres En Stock SurAchetez Neuf Ou D OccasionSeven Years Solitary Bone, Edith Livres NotRetrouvez Seven Years Solitary Et Des Millions De Livres En Stock SurAchetez Neuf Ou D Occasion Seven Years Solitary Open Library Seven Years Solitary By Edith Boneeditions First Published InSeven Years Solitary Book,WorldCat Seven Years Solitary Edith Bone A Remarkable Woman, A Hungarian By Birth And A Member Of The Communist Party Until , Tells Of Her Arrest And Seven Years Solitary Confinement In A Communist Prison In Hungary Seven Years Solitary BBC Home Service BasicShe Spent Seven Years In Solitary Confinement Until Her Release During The Hungarian Revolution OfThis Programme Tells The Story Of Her Ordeals In Prison And The Strength Of Spirit That Seven Years Solitary Book,WorldCat Seven Years Solitary Edith Bone Home WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help Search Search For Library Items Search For Lists Search For Contacts Search For A Library Create Lists, Bibliographies And Reviews Or Search WorldCat Find Items In Libraries Near You Advanced Search Find A LibrarySeven Days In SolitarySolitary Watch Seven Days In Solitary Voices From Solitary The Appeal Published An Article Written By Victoria Law About The Continued Use Of Solitary Confinement Across New York State Prisons, Despite Support In Both Houses Of The State Legislature For The Passage Of The Humane Alternatives To Long Term HALT Solitary Confinement Act, Which Would Cap The Maximum Stay In Solitary At Fifteen Days Thoughtprovoking.

Just a few of them:
•History is still a mystery. Unbelievable… the things might have happened, and how they were ‘managed’…
•A Western European lady in (Eastern and) Middle Europe. (Edit Hajós was born in Hungary but didn’t live there for long)
•Her personality, attitude or mindset? I don’t know but… she had quite harsh opinion on everything in general. Mostly on Hungary and Hungarian people. !!! Recommended in Anthony Storr book on solitude The stories Edith tells of how she used her wits and imagination to survive well over a year without books, paper, or human contact are more than enough by themselves to make this story compelling. But witnessing her faith in Communism finally unravel not because of being held captive by her own comrades but though translating books from Russian to Hungarian (on the request of the Secret Police) and discovering the pack of lies and propaganda Soviet Communism turned out to be is equally fascinating. I can't believe she got away with the attitude she gave the guards. She attributes it to believing that people were inquiring after her from England, but I kept wondering if even among the Secret Police there were men who were unwilling to cause undue harm to an elderly woman, no matter how much they didn't like her.
(I discovered this book through an excerpt that was adapted in a comics anthology, but I can't for the life of me remember which one! It was the story of how she wiggled a nail loose by smuggling threads pulled from a towel over the course of a couple months.)