The Gulag Archipelago, 1918-1956: an experiment in literary investigation, Volume 2

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Harper Perennial Modern Classics, 1978 - Concentration camps - 558 pages
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Under the Czars Russia produced many great writers, but under the Soviets there was only one, Alexander Solzhenitsyn. His Gulag Archipelago is a masterpiece, it is literature and a record of one of ... Read full review

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How many "investigators" are able to document facts while still communicating "literary" values? Solzhenitsyn witnessed that which he testifies into, and he indicts Soviet injustices. The key to ... Read full review

Contents

TT1e Fingers of Aurora
9
The Archipelago Rises from the Sea
25
The Archipelago Metastasizes
71
Copyright

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