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Currently reading. Anna Akhmatova was a Russian poet born in 1889 who suffered under the tyranny of Stalin until her later life “when her international fame could no longer be ignored.” She never emigrated, choosing to document the reality in her native country. Her work was often censored or destroyed. She died in 1966.

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