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Alexander Solzhenitsyn

a.k.a. Alexander Isayevich Solzhenitsyn

Author Code: RASO

Born: Dec. 11, 1918 - Kislovodsk, Russia

Died: Aug. 3, 2008 - Moscow, Russia

Educated at Rostov State University and the Moscow Institute of Philosophy, Literature and History. During the Second World War, he served as the commander of a sound-ranging battery in the Red Army. He was awarded medals and rose to the rank of captain. While serving, he was arrested and sentenced to eight years in the Gulag for criticizing Josef Stalin in a private letter. During Kruschev's government, he was released and exonerated. He began to write novels about repression in the Soviet Union and his experiences in the Gulag. His first novel, A Day in the Life of Ivan Denisovich, appeared in 1962 with the approval of Kruschev. Following the removal of Kruschev, the Soviet authorities discouraged Solzhenitsyn from writing. Nevertheless he continued writing and publishing in other countries. In 1976, he moved to the United States and continued to write. Shortly before the dissolution of the Soviet Union in 1990,his citizenship was restored and, in 1994, he returned to Russia. He was awarded the 1970 Nobel Prize in Literature His works, which have sold in the millions, include Matryona's Home (1963), Cancer Ward(1968), First Circle (1968), August 1914 (1971), The Gulag Archipelago - 3Vols. (1973-75), The Red Wheel (1971-1991) and Two Hundred Years Together (2001-2002).

eBook Code Title/Sub-Title Pub. Yr Pages File Size Type Download Format Find Printed Copy
RASO003 America: Triumphant or Troubled 1998 6 319k Article Download PDF - 'America: Triumphant or Troubled' (RASO003)   Download ePub - 'America: Triumphant or Troubled' (RASO003) Find a printed copy of America: Triumphant or Troubled by Alexander Solzhenitsyn at AbeBooks
RASO002 Breathing
  Along the Oka
  The Ants and the Fire
  The City on the Neva
  The Duckling
  The Elm Log
  The Kolkhoz Rucksack
  Lake Segden
  A Poet's Ashes
  Reflections in Water
  Sharik
  Starting the Day
  A Storm in the Mountains
  We Shall Live Forever
  Yesenin's Birthplace
1963 16 337k eBook Download PDF - 'Breathing' (RASO002)   Download ePub - 'Breathing' (RASO002) Find a printed copy of Breathing by Alexander Solzhenitsyn at AbeBooks
RASO001 Matryona's Home 1963 25 379k eBook Download PDF - 'Matryona's Home' (RASO001)   Download ePub - 'Matryona's Home' (RASO001) Find a printed copy of Matryona's Home by Alexander Solzhenitsyn at AbeBooks

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