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Steven Allaback, Alexander Solzhenitsyn, Taplinger Publishing Company, 1978.

An informative look at the craftsmanship and genius of One Day in the Life of Ivan Denisovich, The First Circle, The Cancer Ward, and August 1914.

Francis Barker,Solzhenitsyn:Politics and Form, Barnes & Noble, 1977.

The author traces Solzhenitsyn's rejection of Marxism and a willingness to explore democracy in his first novels to a reactionary political vision in his later ones.

Ronald Berman, editor,Solzhenitsyn at Harvard,Ethics and Public Policy Center, 1980.

Solzhenitsyn's famous commencement address at Harvard is reprinted, followed by media comments and essays for a deeper analysis of that event.

Hans Bjorkegren, Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn: A Biography,The Third Press, 1972.

Translated from the Swedish, this biography has the insight expected from an ever-vigilant neighbor.

Olga Carlisle, Solzhenitsyn and the Secret Circle, Holt, Rinehart and Winston, 1978.

Born in Russia, American by marriage, and an enemy of Solzhenitsyn's, Olga Carlisle presents her...

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