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Journey Into the Whirlwind Chapter Summary & Analysis - Part II, Chapter 4, The S.S. Dzhurma Summary

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Part II, Chapter 4, The S.S. Dzhurma Summary and Analysis

In Part II, Chapter 4, Ginzburg and the women are transferred to the transport ship S.S. Dzhurma. Ginzburg is suffering from a fever, but hides her illness as best she can so as not to be separated from her friends. The last group of women brought onto the ship are criminals, charged with everything from murder to sexual deviance. The journey on the ship is uneventful. The hatches are left open to allow air in, and Ginzburg is medically treated. In an attempt to use the bathroom on deck, Ginzburg passes out for two days from sickness and exhaustion, and wakes up under the careful gaze of Krivitsky, who was to be a doctor. A short while later, the prisoners are transferred off the ship to Kolyma.

From one horrible source of transport...

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