Text and photographs by Clifton Meador.
Nexus Press, Atlanta, 1999.
Numerous black-and-white and color illustrations, 6x8¼".
The island of Solovetski in the White Sea of northern Russia was once home to the largest Russian monastery, but this frigid island was transformed into an inhospitable and notorious gulag during the reign of Stalin. Meador presents an interpretive vision of this tormented island in a compact book, loaded with rich imagery, texts, and reflections on the nature of collective memory.
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