How We Survived Communism and Even Laughed Chapter Abstracts for Teachers

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Introduction: The Trivial is Political and Chapter 1: You Can't Drink Your Coffee Alone

• In 1991, Slavenka flew to London and reflected on the effects of Communism.

• War had broken out, only a year after the first free election.

• Communist thinking continued to dominate everyone's way of life.

• Slavenka thinks back to the death of her friend Tanja, who died in 1985.

• After Tanja wrote an article supporting capitalism, the Communist party made it impossible for Tanja to publish.

• Brokenhearted over Communism, an abortion and the death of her lover, Tanja committed suicide.

Chapter 2: Pizza in Warsaw, Torte in Prague and Chapter 3: Make-up and other Crucial Questions

• In Warsaw, Slavenka went to a pizza parlor with Jolenta and was thrilled to try it.

• Slavenka reflects on the changed attitude towards food; before Communism, it was important to eat as much as possible as quickly as possible. Once Communism fell, the options...

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