Alone Together

Pipes, Richard
November 2002
New Republic;11/25/2002, Vol. 227 Issue 22, p26
Focuses on the works of the writer Alexander Solzhenitsyn on the history of the Jews. List of books written by the Solzhenitsyn; Treatment of the Jews in the historical novels of the writer; Views of Solzhenitsyn about the Jews who joined the revolutionary movement; Style of the writer; Exoneration of the czarist government by the writer; Achievement of Solzhenitsyn in placing the problem of Russian Jewry in political and social perspective.


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