TITLE

Solzhenitsyn: An Artist Becomes an

PUB. DATE
February 1974
SOURCE
Time;2/25/1974, Vol. 103 Issue 8, p38
SOURCE TYPE
Periodical
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
The article focuses on the deportation of writer Alexander Solzhenitsyn for systematically performing actions that are incompatible with his citizenship of the Soviet Union in light of the publication of his book "The Gulag Archipelago, which depicts Kremlin's long record of inhumanity. Frustration of Soviet was mixed with anger when Solzhenitsyn declared his plan to order the publication of his banned work abroad if he was arrested answering criticism in the Soviet press with pointed rebuttals. The exile of Solzhenitsyn, who had been deported to Germany, showed the admission of the Soviet that it holds no answer in law or fact to meet the writer's challenge demonstrating its fear to imprison him and incapability to tolerate his opinions according to journalist John Shaw.
ACCESSION #
53816411

 

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