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Critical Essay by Robert Louis Jackson

SOURCE: "'Matryona's Home': The Making of a Russian Icon," in Solzhenitsyn: A Collection of Critical Essays, edited by Kathryn Feuer, Prentice-Hall, Inc., 1976, pp. 60-70.

In the following essay, Jackson explores the theme of social upheaval and disorder as it is evinced in the life of the symbolic figure Matryona in "Matryona's Home. "

"O, Rus! My wife! Our long road lies painfully clear ahead!"

Blok, "On the Field of Kulikovo"

"It chewed 'em all up. Can't even pick up the pieces."

"That's a detail. The nine o'clock express nearly jumped the track, that would've been something."

Solzhenitsyn, "Matryona's Home"

The years pass, and what is not recalled grows ever dimmer in our...

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