Aleksandr I. Solzhenitsyn

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Soviet writer and political dissident whose novels exposed the brutality of Soviet labor camps (born in 1918)

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(4.) Aleksandr I. Solzhenitsyn, Warning to the West (New York: Farr, Straus and Giroux, 1976), p.
(9.) Aleksandr I. Solzhenitsyn, The Mortal Danger: How Misconceptions About Russia Imperil America (New York: Harper & Row Publishers, 1980), p.
If any one man is to be praised for revealing the extent to which these evils occurred it is Aleksandr I. Solzhenitsyn, Nobel Laureate, former occupant of Soviet concentration camps and author of The Gulag Archipelago which reached the West in 1973.
Agnon (Pol - Isr) and Nelly Sachs (Ger - Sw); 1967, Miguel Angel Asturias (Guat); 1968, Yasunari Kawabata (Jap); 1969, Samuel Beckett (Ir - Fr); 1970, Aleksandr I. Solzhenitsyn (Russ); 1971, Pablo Neruda (Chile); 1972, Heinrich Boll (Ger); 1973, Patrick White (Austral); 1974, Harry Martinson (Sw) and Eyvind Johnson (Sw); 1975, Eugenio Montale (Ital); 1976, Saul Bellow (U.S.); 1977, Vicente Aleixandre (Sp); 1978, Isaac Bashevis Singer (U.S.); 1979, Odysseus Elytis (Gr); 1980, Czeslaw Milosz (Pol); 1981, Elias Canetti (Bulg); 1982, Gabriel Garcia Marquez (Colom); 1983, William Golding (Eng); 1984, Jaroslav Seifert (Czech); 1985, Claude Simon (Fr); 1986, Wole Soyinka (Nigeria); 1987, Joseph Brodsky (U.S.); 1988, Naguib Mahfouz (Egypt).
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