Introduction: From a Golden Age to the Gulag
- Tranquility to Terror
- Box Cars and Barracks
- A Campbell's Soup Box
- Through the Red Gate
- A Tenuous Lifeline
Chapter One: "What Will Become of Us?" (1929–32)
- Early Letters (1929–30)
- Exile and Prison (1930–32)
- Always Winter, Never Christmas
- "Writing through the Flowers"
- Isolation and Confusion
Chapter Two: "Remember Us as We Remember You" (1932–33)
- "We Yearn for Release from Here"
- "When is it Sunday?"
- "Jakob Who Hungers, Forgive Me"
- "No Night is so Dark that Day does not Come"
Chapter Three: "The World is Silent" (1933–34)
- "Will We Ever be Free?"
- "We Can Live More Easily Now"
Chapter Four: "Do Not Forget Us" (1934–37)
- Yearning for Liberty
- "Our Own Fresh Potatoes"
Chapter Five: Silence and Survival (1989–93)
- "Great Waves of Sorrow": Lena's Memories
- Meeting Lena
- "So Life Went On": Mariechen's Memories
Epilogue: What Then Must We Do?
- Number of Deaths in the Gulag
- Percentage of Letters in the Bargen Corpus by Year
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