Approximately 60 pages. Softcover, plastic bound with metal clasps. Covers are brownish-orange, with no text. Interior pages are beige, with blue, upside-down printed 3-petaled lotus-type flowers on the back. Consists of text, with footnotes and a bibliography at the back; there are handwritten corrections throughout.
A letter written in black ink has been inserted in the pages, asking a Mr. Rome to give his insights on the essay. Narrative: This report is an essay written for a sociology class at Glendon College, in Toronto.
32 pages. Unbound. The first 3 pages consist of a forward and table of contents. The remaing 29 pages each have a copy of a hand-drawn b&w image; images depict different scenes of life in a concentration camp; some pictures take up 1 page only, others take up 2 pages. The drawings are housed in a cardstock folder: beige with the artist and title printed at the top and bottom in bold; in the middle is an image of a man standing behind a barbed-wire fence. The back cover mimics the front with the title, in the centre is an image of men working, with a solider overseeing them.