One day of the life in Ivan Shukhov.
The camp in which Shukhov is imprisoned is designed to attack the prisoners' physically and spiritually. Living condition is horrible. Bunks do not have sheets; prisoners eat only six ounces of bread per meal; and guards force prisoners to undress for body searches at temperature less than forty degrees. They replace prisoners' names with official combinations of letters and number. For example, the camp Guards refer to Shukhov as "S-854". However, Shukhov always shows the way to solve those difficulties with his human dignity
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