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Viktor Muravin

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Viktor Muravin

Viktor Muravin (born 1929) is an author, best known for his novel Pioneers and the Komsomol. He worked as a horse-wrangler and agricultural worker,[1] and by 1978 he lived in New York.[2] His novel, partly based on a friend's experiences[3] describes the survival of former sea-captain Angarov in the labor camps of Siberia.[4]



  1. ^ Muravin, Viktor (1978). The Diary of Vikenty Angarov. Prentice-Hall of Canada. p. 17.  
  2. ^ Robinson, Harlow (September 9, 1978). "Siberia: Domestic & Imported".  
  3. ^ David Lapeza (May 21, 1978). "Surviving In Siberia: The Diary of Vikenty Angarov".  
  4. ^ Muravin, Viktor (1979-06-21). The Diary of Vikenty Angarov -Kirkus Reviews.  

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