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Nation: Is Solzhenitsyn Right?

Not since Secretary of State George C. Marshall outlined the plan that was to raise Europe from the ashes has a commencement speaker stirred as much attention...

World: Solzhenitsyn: A Candle in the Wind

For some time, the celebrated author Alexander Solzhenitsyn has been under attack in the Soviet Union. He has been expelled from the Soviet Writers' Union and...

Books: Battle Plan of a Rebel

THE OAK AND THE CALF by Alexander Solzhenitsyn Translated by Harry Willetts; Harper & Row; 568 pages; $15.95 Novelist, short-story writer, playwright, poet,...

OPINION: A Doom-Struck Message

Evidently unhappy about the criticism of his refusal to meet with Russian Writer Alexander Solzhenitsyn last July, President Ford recently moved to make...

SOVIET UNION: Solzhenitsyn Speaks Out

They decided to suffocate me. The plan is to either drive me out of society or out of the country, throw me in a ditch or drive me to Siberia, or have me...

EXILES: A Memoir of Repression

When the Kremlin leaders deported Alexander Solzhenitsyn a year ago last month they evidently hoped that the great Russian writer's thunderous condemnations...

SOVIET UNION: A Fortress of Newsprint

The Soviet campaign against Alexander Solzhenitsyn took a vicious new turn last week: Soviet authorities pressured the Nobel Prizewinning author's former...

SWEDEN: Embarrassing Award

Joyful occasions have rarely been granted Russia's great writer Alexander Solzhenitsyn. His life, like his work, is a chronicle of disaster: prison,...

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