Letters of InsurgentsSophia Nachalo Yarostan Vochek
Two individuals living on distant continents resume contact through correspondence. They describe meaningful events and relationships in their lives during the twenty years since their youthful liaison, comparing the choices each took. Yarostan lives in a “”workers’ republic””; Sophia in a “”Western democracy.”” They both make efforts to lead meaningful lives. Along the way, they encounter bureaucrats, idealists, racists, flaunters of social convention, labor militants, professors, jailors, hucksters and more. In important respects, Sophia’s biography parallels that of Fredy Perlman.
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