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"There is Ostrinski —but he is a Pole—" "Ostrinski speaks Lithuanian," said the
other. "All right, then; would you mind seeing if he has gone yet?" The other
started away, and the speaker looked at Jurgis again. He had deep, black eyes,
and a ...
"Perhaps tomorrow we can do better," said Ostrinski. "We try not to let a comrade
starve." Ostrinski's home was in the Ghetto district, where he had two rooms in the
basement of a tenement. There was a baby crying as they entered, and he ...
Ostrinski explained the organization of the party, the machinery by which the
proletariat was educating itself. There were "locals" in every big city and town,
and they were being organized rapidly in the smaller places; a local had
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After hearing about this book in a few history classes I finally bought a copy. It is a very emotional story about life for a very poor family and includes a lot of historical facts. It does describe ... Consulter l'avis complet