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Ten years after Ivan Denisovich

Author: Zhores A Medvedev; Aleksandr Isaevich Solzhenit︠s︡yn
Publisher: New York, A.A. Knopf, 1973.
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"Solzhenitsyn's open letter to the fourth Soviet Writers' Congress": p. 197-202.
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Medvedev, Zhores A., 1925-
Ten years after Ivan Denisovich.
New York, A.A. Knopf, 1973
(OCoLC)577393091
Named Person: Aleksandr Isaevich Solzhenit︠s︡yn; A Tvardovskiĭ; Aleksandr Isaevich Solzhenit︠s︡yn; A Tvardovskiĭ
Material Type: Biography
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Zhores A Medvedev; Aleksandr Isaevich Solzhenit︠s︡yn
ISBN: 0394490266 9780394490267
OCLC Number: 777326
Language Note: Translation of Desi︠︡tʹ let posle "Odnogo dni︠︡ Ivana Denisovicha."
Notes: Translation of Desi︠a︡tʹ let posle "Odnogo dni︠a︡ Ivana Denisovicha."
"Solzhenitsyn's open letter to the fourth Soviet Writers' Congress": p. 197-202.
Description: xii, 202 pages 22 cm
Contents: 1. Solidarity --
2. Novy Mir, a Literary Miracle, and the Party --
3. The Nomination of Ivan Denisovich for the Lenin Prize --
4. The Lenin Prize Committee makes its Selection --
5. The First Circle --
6. The Confiscation of the First Circle and Solzhenitsyn's Papers --
7. Circumstances --
Known and Unknown --
behind the Confiscation --
8. Solzhenitsyn and Academician P.L. Kapitsa --
9. What is to be done with Disobedient Talent? --
10. The Appeal to the Fourth Writers' Congress --
11. Cancer Ward in Samizdat and the Novy Mir --
12. The Black Market in Russian Literature --
13. Who Profits from the Literary Black Market? --
14. The Open Campaign Against Solzhenitsyn Begins --
15. the Publication of Cancer Ward and The First Circle abroad in the Autumn of 1968 --
16. The Pseudo-Solzhenitsyn and "Solzhenitser" --
17. Expulsion of Solzhenitsyn from the Soviet Writers' Union --
18. An Alibi for One of the Accusations --
19. The Break-up of the Novy Mir Editorial Board --
20. The Difficult Summer of 1970 --
21. The Nobel Prize for Literature --
22. Where will the Nobel Prize be Presented? --
23. Persecution of Friends and a New Wave of Criticism --
24. A New Novel --
August 1914 --
25. The Death of Alexander Tvardovsky --
26. Literaturnaya Gazeta launches an "International" Campaign --
27. The Cancellation of the Nobel Prize Ceremony in Moscow --
28. Who calls the tune and who plays the music? --
29. The Nobel Lecture --
30. Ten Years --
Appendix: Solzhenitsyn's Open letter to the Fourth Soviet Writers' Congress.
Other Titles: Desi︠a︡tʹ let posle "Odnogo dni︠a︡ Ivana Denisovicha."
Responsibility: [by] Zhores A. Medvedev. Translated from the Russian by Hilary Sternberg.

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"Solzhenitsyn's open letter to the fourth Soviet Writers' Congress": p. 197-202.

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