Histories tend to collapse events into a single narrative; Solzhenitsyn
insists on plurality.
No obstante, Solzhenitsyn
no hacia propaganda expresamente sino novela.
Professor Mahoney is an established Solzhenitsyn
interpreter (most notably with Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn
: The Assent from Ideology and The Solzhenitsyn
Reader: New and Essential Writings: 1947--2005, jointly edited with Edward Ericson Jr.
I have always believed that the true predecessors and inspirations for Solzhenitsyn
include Christian thinkers such as Soloviev, Bulgakov, and Il'in who, like Solzhenitsyn
, drew on the best of the Western intellectual tradition while firmly rejecting those scientistic, atheistic, and subjectivist currents that identified human progress with the triumph of "anthropocentric humanism.
Todo ello para discrepar del cristiano Solzhenitsyn
, prefiriendo entre los disidentes sovieticos al socialdemocrata Roy Medvedev y al liberal Andrei Sarajov, ambos presentes en la revista Plural tanto como Howe, lector neoyorkino de El archipielago Gulag: estos tres ultimos mas cercanos a la tradicion en la cual Paz acabo por reconocerse, la de Herzen.
arrived at the weekend retreat of German Nobel prize-winning author Heinrich Boll at Langenbroich last night.
One photograph that must have proved disturbing for many people like myself who remember the Solzhenitsyn
of the 1970s shows Vladimir Putin shaking the hand of a very old, frail and wheelchair-bound Solzhenitsyn
as he presents him with the Russian Federation State Prize.
Scammell's book about the Nobel Prize-winning dissident Russian writer Alexsandr Solzhenitsyn
: A Biography, published in 1984, was the first major biography to shed light on this towering yet secretive figure.
Peter's square and announced himself as Pope John Paul II, the greatest living Russian novelist Alexander Solzhenitsyn
was living in exile in Cavendish, Vermont.
was exiled for writing the book and spent 10 years in the U.
net DISSIDENT writer Alexander Solzhenitsyn
, right, flew back to his native Russia after 20 years of exile in the United States.
First published in 1980, this volume reproduces three major addresses by famed Russian dissident and writer Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn
(1918-2008) that were delivered in the United States in the mid-1970s.
Naipaul, voluntarily left their countries in order to pursue viable literary careers; others, such as Alexsandr Solzhenitsyn
, fled for political reasons.
But Standpoint is living up to Encounter's reputation as a conclave of the world's most interesting and influential intellectuals, chewing on everything from the The Sopranos to Solzhenitsyn
to the overrated spy novels of John Le Carre.
The vast array of Soviet camps, of which Solzhenitsyn
himself had been an inmate, had been known about for decades, but for Soviet readers this was one of the first public acknowledgements of their existence.