In Romania in the early 1980s, living under an oppressive Communist dictatorship, with its secret police and methods of state-terror, I was a student of English literature at the University of Bucharest—and I was highly conscious of the disjunction between the ideals at the core of my education and the grind of daily existence under Nicolae Ceausescu...
Text of Professor Domnica Radulescu's January 21, 2005 talk at UCLA
Published: Thursday, January 27, 2005
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