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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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I know of no writer of my age who has been more praised, more admired, and, yes, more read than Alexander Solzhenitsyn.
Personally, I think very highly of quite a few European Nobel laureates, including Thomas Mann, Francois Mauriac, Alexander Solzhenitsyn, Winston Churchill and recent winner Orhan Pamuk of Turkey.
Yet Moscow has just witnessed the extraordinary sight of Alexander Solzhenitsyn - the dissident and once-exiled author of "The Gulag Archipelago" and "One Day in the Life of Ivan Denisovich" - receiving what amounts to a state funeral.
AUTHOR Alexander Solzhenitsyn was buried in a Russian Orthodox ceremony that included goose-stepping honour guards and a religious choir singing dirges.
Conductor and pianist Solzhenitsyn is the son of Nobel Prize-winning poet Alexander Solzhenitsyn.
You remember Alexander Solzhenitsyn, the noblest man of our century.
For Alexander Solzhenitsyn hated the brutalities of dictatorial Communism, but he could never accept the hedonism of a West, which, to him, seemed to have lost its soul in pursuit of quick gratification and commercial demands.
Rostropovich's support for Soviet dissidents, including author Alexander Solzhenitsyn, earned him the wrath of the Kremlin in the early 1970s.
President Yeltsin also recorded a radio address to the nation to be aired today to mark the 5th anniversary of Russia's constitution, and signed a decree awarding a medal to writer Mr Alexander Solzhenitsyn - a former Soviet dissident and Nobel laureate who turned 80 yesterday.
Billy Graham, Mother Teresa and Alexander Solzhenitsyn.
Open Competition: Open Tender For The Right To A State Contract To Provide Services For The Execution Of The Functions Of Technical Customer To Design And Survey Works: Administrative Exhibition Building Of The State Budget Institution Of Culture Of Moscow House Of Russian Emigre Alexander Solzhenitsyn.
1994: Alexander Solzhenitsyn, above, flies back to his native Russia after 20 years living in exile.
1974: Russian writer Alexander Solzhenitsyn (pictured) was expelled from the Soviet Union.
1974: Russian writer Alexander Solzhenitsyn was expelled from the Soviet Union.
Among the signatories are Natalya Solzhenitsyna, widow of the Nobel literature prize-winner Alexander Solzhenitsyn, film director Andrei Zvyagintsev and actresses Chulpan Khamatova and Lia Akhedzhakova.