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Fri Mar 21 17:16:24 2014 UTClccn-n790228780.12One day in the life of Ivan Denisovich0.280.56Détente : prospects for democracy and dictatorship /95215697Aleksandr_Solzhenitsynn 79022878256653Cōlsen_iṭ?cin_, ... 1918-2008Cōlsen̲iṭcin̲, 1918-2008Saljenîtsîn, Aleksandr 1918-2008So-erh-jen-ni-chʿin, Ya. 1918-2008So-jen-ni-hsin, 1918-2008Solchenichʾin, ... 1918-2008Solgenitsin, AleksandrSolgenitsin, Aleksandr, 1918-Solgenitsin, Aleksandr, 1918-2008Solgenitsyn, AleksandrSolgenitsyn, Aleksandr 1918-2008Soljeniţîn, Aleksandr Isaevič 1918-2008Soljeniţîn, Aleksandr Isaieviči 1918-2008Soljenițîn, Alexandr 1918-2008Soljenitsien, AlexanderSoljenitsin, A. 1918-2008Soljenîtsîn, Aleksandr 1918-2008Soljenîtsîn, Aleksandr Îsayevîç 1918-2008Soljenitsin, Alexander 1918-2008Soljenitsin, AlexandreSoljenítsin, AlexsandrSoljenitsine, AlexandreSoljenitsine, Alexandre 1918-2008Soljenitsinn, AlexandreSoljenitsyn, Aleksandr Isaevič, 1918-2008Soljenitsyn, Aleksandr IsaevitchSoljenitsyn Aleksandr Isaevitch 1918-2008Soljenitsyn, AlexandreSoljenitsyn Alexandre 1918-2008Soljénitsyne, 1918-2008Soljénitsyne, A., 1918-2008Soljenitsyne, Aleksandr Isaevitch.Soljenitsyne Aleksandr Isaevitch 1918-2008Soljenitsyne, Aleksandr Issai͏̈evitchSoljenitsyne Aleksandr Issaïevitch 1918-2008Soljénitsyne, Alexandre.Soljénitsyne, Alexandre, 1918-2008Soljenitzin, Alexandr 1918-2008Soljenitzsyne, Alexandre, 1918-2008Soljenytsine Alexandre 1918-2008Solschenixyn, AlexanderSolschenizin, Alexander 1918-2008SolschenizynSolschenizyn, ... 1918-2008Solschenizyn, Aleksandr Issajewitsch 1918-2008Solschenizyn, Alexander.Solschenizyn, Alexander, 1918-2008Solschenizyn, Alexander Issajewitsch.Solschenizyn, Alexander Issajewitsch 1918-2008Solschenizyn, Alexandr 1918-2008Solschenizyn, Alexandr I. 1918-2008Solshenizyn, A. 1918-2008Solshenizyn, Aleksandr 1918-2008Solshenizyn, Alexander.Solshenizyn, Alexander, 1918-2008Solshenizyn, Alexander I. 1918-2008Solsjenitsyn, Aleksander I. 1918-2008Solsjenitsyn, Alexander, 1918-2008Solyenitsin, Alejandro, 1918-2008Solyenitsyn, AlejandroSolžeņicin, A.I., 1918-2008Solženicin, Oleksander 1918-2008Solžeņicins, A. 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(Александр Исаевич), 1918-2008Солженицын, А.И., 1918-2008Солженицын, А. И. (Александр Исаевич), 1918-2008Солженицын, Александр 1918-2008Солженицын, Александр (Александр Исаевич), 1918-2008Солженицын, Александр Исаевич, 1918-2008.Солжењицин, Александар 1918-2008סאלזשעניצין, אלעקסאנדערסולז׳ניצין, אלכסנדרסולז׳ניצין, אלכסנדר, 1918-2008.סולז׳ניצין, אלקסנדרסולז׳ניצין, אלקסנדר, 1918-2008.סולז'ניצין, אלכסנדר 1918-2008ألكسندر سولجنتسين، 1918-2008سولجينيتزن، ألكسندر، 1918-2008ソルジェニツィンソルジェニーツィン, Aソルジェニーツィン, アレクサンドルlccn-n91076240Willetts, H. T.trllccn-n50020490Tvardovskiĭ, A.(Aleksandr)1910-1971auilccn-n90627278Klimoff, Alexistrllccn-n50016203Whitney, Thomas P.trllccn-n97013734Glenny, Michaeltrllccn-n50041739Labedz, Leopoldothcomedtlccn-n80063058Ericson, Edward E.lccn-n50040494Burg, Davidtrllccn-n85006227Parker, Ralphtrllccn-n50029740Dunlop, John B.othcomSolzhenit︠s︡yn, Aleksandr Isaevich1918-2008FictionBiographyPoetryPolitical fictionHistoryDramaCriticism, interpretation, etcPictorial worksPersonal narrativesSoviet UnionSolzhenit︠s︡yn, Aleksandr Isaevich,Political scienceCommunismAuthors, RussianForced laborPolitical prisonersCivilization, ModernConcentration campsPrisonsTannenberg, Battle of (Stębark, Poland : 1914)Poland--StębarkInternational relationsCancer--PatientsPolitical persecutionUnited StatesCensorshipManners and customsSocial historyLenin, Vladimir Ilʹich,CommunistsHeads of stateRussiaIntellectual lifeRussian literatureGreat BritainPolitical fictionFriendshipReligionRussian fictionLiteratureWorld War (1939-1945)Economic policyPerestroĭkaCivilizationInfluence (Literary, artistic, etc.)Civilization, WesternEurope, EasternRussia (Federation)Nobel PrizesAuthors' spousesReshetovskai︠a︡, Natalʹi︠a︡ A.,Historical fictionWorld War (1914-1918)Russian dramaNovelists, RussianTvardovskiĭ, A.--(Aleksandr),GULag NKVDCommunism in literatureSocial conflict1918200819401947195619601962196319641965196619671968196919701971197219731974197519761977197819791980198119821983198419851986198719881989199019911992199319941995199619971998199920002001200220032004200520062007200820092010201120122013201413494229897415891.7344PG3488.O4ocn416396506ocn799647348ocn755153465ocn417403906ocn829975128ocn439218597ocn449576828ocn449739822ocn449710204ocn755155178ocn439653964ocn455926704ocn440215340ocn780754374ocn449576386ocn780884980ocn691843028ocn762459026ocn767466603ocn767465232ocn691776128ocn691512127ocn676507166ocn691733899ocn676396535ocn185953990ocn461582383ocn185426054ocn185678281ocn461738457ocn255450640ocn258078352ocn249601017ocn258018250ocn707102435ocn186193767ocn185951467ocn799622690ocn658706970ocn841320842ocn841312505ocn085007450ocn462919462ocn073653799ocn722926958ocn320574722ocn762996934ocn798956663ocn836269723ocn7537981359366199ocn001036029book19630.22Solzhenit︠s︡yn, Aleksandr IsaevichOne day in the life of Ivan DenisovichHistoryFictionOne of the most chilling novels about the oppression of totalitarian regimes--and the first to open Western eyes to the terror of Stalin's prison camps+-+09199942156084125ocn000802879book18170.23Solzhenit︠s︡yn, Aleksandr IsaevichThe Gulag Archipelago, 1918-1956 : an experiment in literary investigationHistoryBiographyFictionPersonal narrativesDrawing on his own experiences before, during, and after his 11 years of incarceration and exile, Solzhenitsyn reveals with torrential narrative and dramatic power the entire apparatus of Soviet repression. Through truly Shakespearean portraits of its victims, we encounter the secret police operations, the labor camps and prisons, the uprooting or extermination of whole populations. Yet we also witness astounding moral courage, the incorruptibility with which the occasional individual or a few scattered groups, all defenseless, endured brutality and degradation. Solzhenitsyn's genius has transmuted this grisly indictment into a literary miracle+-+6122555155509460ocn000419168book19710.25Solzhenit︠s︡yn, Aleksandr IsaevichAugust 1914HistoryFictionGeneral Samsonov and Colonel Vorotyntsev lead Russian soldiers into battle and subsequent defeat at the Battle of Tannenberg in 1914+-+9444609285467192ocn000321122book19680.25Solzhenit︠s︡yn, Aleksandr IsaevichThe cancer wardFictionPersonal narrativesPolitical fictionA largely autobiographical account of a group of people who pass through the cancer wing of a provincial Soviet hospital in 1955, it is a vivid portrait of individuals in isolation whose collective concern is disease. Through the stories of patients and doctors, political prisoners and bureaucrats, the young and the old, it probes the fears and the hopes of an entire cross-section of Soviet society. Cancer Ward has been seen as a metaphor for the malignancy afflicting the Russian nation, but the moral and ethical questions it raises-about love and conscience, life and death, spiritual sorrows and triumphs-rise above their immediate political context to assure universal significance. This is the complete, unexpurgated edition translated by Nicholas Betthell and David Burg. It includes Solzhenitsyn's world-famous letters to the Fourth Congress of Soviet Writers and the Writers' Union, a transcript of the proceedings of a session of the Soviet Writers' Secretariat, and an afterword by Vladimir Petrov+-+8446609285395192ocn000179180book19680.27Solzhenit︠s︡yn, Aleksandr IsaevichThe first circleFictionThe First Circle of Dante's Hell--where the souls of the pre-Christian philosophers are doomed to exist throughout eternity--stands in this novel as a metaphor for certain penal institutions of Stalin's Russia+-+0540665635221944ocn001976084book19750.28Solzhenit︠s︡yn, Aleksandr IsaevichLenin in Zurich : chaptersFictionThe Nobel Laureate, introducing the central personality of his planned history of the Russian Revolution, chronicles Lenin's life of exile in Switzerland between 1914 and 1917, examining the private man and the public figure199622ocn001273457book19740.29Solzhenit︠s︡yn, Aleksandr IsaevichFrom under the rubble+-+1543170435177822ocn000694094book19730.28Solzhenit︠s︡yn, Aleksandr IsaevichCandle in the windDramaA play concerned with the use of science to effect drastic personality changes14879ocn000777326book19730.32Medvedev, Zhores ATen years after Ivan Denisovich"Solzhenitsyn's open letter to the fourth Soviet Writers' Congress": p. 197-202+-+7144855965324147319ocn000055427book19690.33Solzhenit︠s︡yn, Aleksandr IsaevichThe love-girl and the innocent; a playHistoryDrama13659ocn002517436book19760.28Solzhenit︠s︡yn, Aleksandr IsaevichWarning to the WestContains texts from the author's speeches in the U.S. during 1975 and his BBC interview and radio speech in 1976+-+698860928513549ocn038504471book19840.24Solzhenit︠s︡yn, Aleksandr IsaevichNovember 1916HistoryFictionA novel on the 1917 Russian Revolution, chronicling the events which led up to it. The protagonists are its participants--from peasant to tsar. Part two of a multi-volume epic which began with August 1914+-+4968779285134415ocn001067214book19740.31Solzhenit︠s︡yn, Aleksandr IsaevichLetter to the Soviet leaders132922ocn000245435book19640.32Solzhenit︠s︡yn, Aleksandr IsaevichFor the good of the causeFictionSet in a provincial technical school, the story concerns a confrontation between bureaucracy and the students and teachers. The author presents a remarkable cross-section of Soviet life from ordinary students, workers, and teachers to the omnipotent officials in Moscow9936ocn002837451book19770.28Solzhenit︠s︡yn, Aleksandr IsaevichPrussian nights : a poemPoetry+-+56486092859334ocn024246367book19910.29Solzhenit︠s︡yn, Aleksandr IsaevichRebuilding Russia : reflections and tentative proposalsThe Nobel Prize winning author offers proposals for the economic and political revitalization of the Soviet Union92017ocn064395688file19630.12Solzhenit︠s︡yn, Aleksandr IsaevichOne day in the life of Ivan DenisovichFictionA story about one day inside a Soviet camp+-+05687060959065ocn004495693book19780.29Solzhenit︠s︡yn, Aleksandr IsaevichA world split apart : commencement address delivered at Harvard University, June 8, 197890414ocn006330801book19800.35Solzhenit︠s︡yn, Aleksandr IsaevichThe mortal danger : how misconceptions about Russia imperil America8365ocn000591017book19720.33Solzhenit︠s︡yn, Aleksandr IsaevichNobel lecture314419ocn000482170book19720.33Burg, DavidSolzhenitsynCriticism, interpretation, etcA portrait of Solzhenitsyn as soldier, political prisoner, artist and Nobel laureate235413ocn005829936book19750.25Solzhenit︠s︡yn, Aleksandr IsaevichThe oak and the calf : sketches of literary life in the Soviet UnionBiographyThe author recounts his ten-year struggle with the government of his native Russia in his attempts to have his works published in his own country21407ocn010402712book19840.27Scammell, MichaelSolzhenitsyn : a biographyBiographyMaps on lining papers. A biography of the Russian novelist who wrote "The Gulag Archipelago" and was awarded the Nobel Prize for Literature19317ocn000153107book19700.27Solzhenit︠s︡yn, Aleksandr IsaevichStories and prose poemsFictionPoetry18296ocn000816265book19730.37Dunlop, John BAleksandr Solzhenitsyn: critical essays and documentary materialsCriticism, interpretation, etc157410ocn037663228book19980.25Thomas, D. MAlexander Solzhenitsyn : a century in his lifeBiography"D. M. Thomas paints a deeply affecting portrait of the intricate relationship between Solzhenitsyn's life and his art, always framing this biography in the context of the historical times." "Indeed, Thomas tells not only the harrowing and sorrowful tale of Alexander Solzhenitsyn's life but also the painful story of Russia itself, a country perpetually at war with itself and its own diverse people. Beginning with the years of Revolution and Civil War, Solzhenitsyn's dramatic life embodies the cruelty, passion, and chaos that have characterized Russian history over the last century. Thomas's account covers extensively all the major periods of the Russian author's remarkable life, from childhood to his years in the Stalinist labor camps, his battle against censorship and his expulsion from the U.S.S.R. in 1974, and his Vermont period and return to a Russia that has shed its Communist cloak but not its dark interior."--BOOK JACKET+-+718536768532414774ocn000206809book19710.31Rothberg, AbrahamAleksandr Solzhenitsyn : the major novelsCriticism, interpretation, etc143410ocn003255932book19710.31Solzhenit︠s︡yn, Aleksandr IsaevichSolzhenitsyn, a pictorial autobiographyBiographyPictorial worksPetite étude consacrée à un romancier visionnaire, historien-poète, qui est bien le Dante du XXe siècle dont parle Georges Nivat. L'auteur réussit à démontrer que Soljénitsyne "est la preuve vivante que l'histoire emprunte encore les voies de l'écriture". Sensible au "ministère de prophétie" du célèbre proscrit, Nivat ne dissimule pas cependant la petite part d'aveuglement que comportent les plus grandes convictions13604ocn003380017book19780.28Kodjak, AndrejAlexander SolzhenitsynCriticism, interpretation, etcA collection of critical essays which analyze the life and works of Russian writer Alexander Solzhenitsyn13279ocn000250817book19630.39Solzhenit︠s︡yn, Aleksandr Isaevich"We never make mistakes"; two short novelsFiction"'An incident at Krechetovka Station' ... concerns a Red Army lieutenant confronted at his World War II rail junction command with a disturbing army straggler and a decision about what to do with him. ['Matryona's house'] is the tale of an old peasant woman, whose tenacious and humorous struggle against cold, hunger, and greedy relatives is depicted by a young man who, after her death, finally understands who she was."--P. [4] of cover+-+K92968848511963ocn002046968book19760.31Solzhenitsyn : a collection of critical essaysCriticism, interpretation, etc10744ocn032821400book19950.25Solzhenit︠s︡yn, Aleksandr IsaevichInvisible alliesBiographyWith tenderness, respect, and humor, Solzhenitsyn tells us of the fates of these partners in intrigue: the women who typed distribution copies of his works late into the night under the noses of prying neighbors; the correspondents and diplomats who covertly carried the microfilmed texts across borders; the farflung friends who hid various drafts of Solzhenitsyn's works anywhere they could - under an apple tree, beneath the bathtub, in a mathematics professor's loft with her canoe. In this group of deftly drawn portraits, Solzhenitsyn pays tribute to the anonymous heroes who evaded the KGB to bring The Gulag Archipelago and his many other works to the world+-+240719513632410382ocn006331022book19800.33Ericson, Edward ESolzhenitsyn, the moral vision9828ocn002189407book19760.56Solzhenit︠s︡yn, Aleksandr IsaevichDétente : prospects for democracy and dictatorship9726ocn000162590book19690.50Lukács, GyörgySolzhenitsyn+-+06757171753249379ocn044969643book19990.33Pearce, JosephSolzhenitsyn : a soul in exileBiographyBased on exclusive, personal interviews with Solzhenitsyn, Joseph Pearce's book provides insight into a towering literary and political figure. From his pro-Communist youth to his imprisonment in the Gulags, his exile in America to his return to Russia, this is the story of a man who has struggled with the most weighty questions of humanity. When a person has suffered the most terrible physical and emotional torture, what becomes of his spirit? Can politics and economics truly provide the answers a modern society needs? If peace and justice are never fully attained, what hope is there for the future? Arguably one of the most significant writers of the twentieth century, Solzhenitsyn has, both before and after the fall of Communism, spoken out against the Russian regime. His faith has deeply informed his literary approach and response to the excesses of modern materialism. On the spiritual, cultural, and socio-political level, his writings have much to teach the world. This biography contains previously unpublished prose poems, written by Solzhenitsyn since his return to Russia, and a gallery of rare photographs+-+K9576565359113ocn000161708book19710.29Labedz, LeopoldSolzhenitsyn: a documentary record8714ocn010799191book19850.39Solzhenitsyn in exile : critical essays and documentary materialsCriticism, interpretation, etc8586ocn701810661book20110.21Solzhenit︠s︡yn, Aleksandr IsaevichApricot jam, and other storiesFictionIn a series of stories written after the Nobel Prize-winning author's return from exile to Russia, and published now for the first time in English, the author explores both Soviet and post-Soviet life+-+47518973068145ocn001583912book19750.28Reshetovskai︠a︡, Natalʹi︠a︡ ASanya : my life with Aleksandr SolzhenitsynBiographySolzhenitsyn's first wife tells of their 30 years together, from youth to 1970, through WW 2 and subsequent political upheavals+-+6988609285+-+6988609285Fri Mar 21 16:02:06 EDT 2014batch131644