So, even in death, Alexander Solzhenitsyn
will, it seems, remain a force to be reckoned with.
Russian President Dmitry Medvedev lays flowers under a portrait of Alexander Solzhenitsyn
, writer; born December 11, 1918, died August 3, 2008
1 Alexander Solzhenitsyn
won the Nobel Prize for literature 2 Prince Charles was awarded a 2:2 in History 3 Lester Piggott rode Nijinsky to victory in the Derby 4 The minimum fare on the London Underground rose to one shilling wordwise The word may sound familiar, but what does it mean?
Putin's approach closely resembles the vision set out by Russian Nobel laureate Alexander Solzhenitsyn
in his 1990 essay "Rebuilding Russia.
In 1970, Soviet author Alexander Solzhenitsyn
was named winner of the Nobel Prize for literature.
Berman (Washington, DC: Ethics and Public Policy Center, 1980), 39-42, 115-22; Cathy Young, "Traditional Prejudices: Alexander Solzhenitsyn
," Reason, May 2004, http://reason.
1974: Leading Russian writer Alexander Solzhenitsyn
(The Gulag Archipelago) was expelled from the Soviet Union.
As Alexander Solzhenitsyn
once wrote, "the line separating good and evil runs not through states, nor between classes, nor even between political parties, but right through the center of each human heart, and every human heart.
The night-time release and swift transfer to Germany of Russia's best-known political prisoner, former oligarch Mikhail Khodorkovsky, are being compared by some to the ex-Soviet Union's treatment of dissidents such as Alexander Solzhenitsyn
and Vladimir Bukovsky.
publishes Gulag Archipelago.
Bookending the sequence are chapters on a meeting that was supposed to take place between Nabokov and Alexander Solzhenitsyn
, but did not.