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In Part I, Chapter 15, after a while, Ginzburg is no longer interrogated. Lyama tells her they refuse to interrogate prisoners, hoping to break them, so that they will sign anything out of desperation to be out of prison Ginzburg also learns a form of communication, through knocking on the walls. There she communicates with an old professor, Garey Sagidullin, who relates to her stories of Communist atrocities. Garey hates Stalin, and advises Ginzburg to name all the names she can. Garey believes the purge is also an excuse to kill off anyone that might challenge Stalin's supremacy. Garey has the idea that if Stalin is seen as the cause of all the Communist unrest, a congress will be called in which Stalin's leadership can be ended.

But Ginzburg decides to follow...

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