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Chloe Bolan, in an essay for Novels for Students, Gale, 1999.

Alfred Cismaru, "The Importance of Food in One Day in the Life of Ivan Denisovich, " in San Jose Studies, Vol. IX, No. 1, Winter, 1983, pp. 99-105.

David Burg, and George Feifer, Solzhenitsyn,Stein and Day Publishers, pp. 155-156.

James M. Curtis, Solzhenitsyn's Traditional Imagination, The University of Georgia Press, 1984, p. 185.

Max Hayward and Ronald Hingley, translators, One Day in the Life of Ivan Denisovich, Bantam Books, 1963, p. xviii.

Christopher Moody, Solzhenitsyn, Barnes and Noble, 1976, pp. 37-38.

Michael Scammell, Solzhenitsyn: A Biography, Norton, p. 981.

J. N. Westwood, Russia 1917-1964, Harper & Row, 1966, p. 122.

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