The Soul and Barbed Wire: An Introduction to Solzhenitsyn
Offers a detailed biography and a comprehensive appraisal of the literary achievement of Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn, the Nobel prize-winning author who became one of the Soviet regime's most formidable foes. This book contains essays on a large number of Solzhenitsyn's writings.
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