Solzhenitsyn

Definitions

  • WordNet 3.6
    • n Solzhenitsyn Soviet writer and political dissident whose novels exposed the brutality of Soviet labor camps (born in 1918)
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Usage


In news:

A Russian officer carries the portrait of Russian author and dissident Alexander Solzhenitsyn during Solzhenitsyn's funeral ceremony in Moscow.
Left, in 2007, Mr Solzhenitsyn received the visit of Russian President Vladimir Putin at his home outside Moscow.
Solzhenitsyn comes in from cold.
Alexander Solzhenitsyn , Russian author and dissident, died on August 3rd, aged 89.
Range of Russian Mourners Pay Tribute to Solzhenitsyn .
Russians Discuss Solzhenitsyn 's Legacy.
(Host) As the world remembers the late Alexander Solzhenitsyn , the writer and dissident, the residents of one Vermont town are remembering a neighbor.
The Post first printed this essay by Alexander Solzhenitsyn on Feb 18, 1974.
Solzhenitsyn 's original was dated Feb 12, the day he was arrested by secret police.
Alexander Solzhenitsyn lived as if there were such a thing as human dignity.
Solzhenitsyn 's Full "Circle" Translated.
A conversation with Chamber Orchestra of Philadelphia music director Ignat Solzhenitsyn .
The Solzhenitsyn Archipelago from the December 3, 1998 issue.
REBUILDING RUSSIA Reflections and Tentative Proposals By Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn .
Solzhenitsyn Concert To Benefit Cavendish Baseball Field.
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