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March 1917

My copy of *March 1917* arrived today -- complete with a cover blurb from Dan Mahoney! I have another book or two that are almost done, and then I eagerly
Steve Petrica
Oct 31
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Re: New Criterion article on the Red Wheel

This is as good an article that I've read on Solzhenitsyn's masterworks (THE GULAG ARCHIPELAGO and THE RED WHEEL) in many a year. Good to see one of our most
Mahoney, Daniel J. (Political Science)
Oct 9
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New Criterion article on the Red Wheel

An article for the upcoming release of book 1 of March 1917 https://www.newcriterion.com/issues/2017/10/solzhenitsyns-cathedrals-8955
morgster4180
Oct 9
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RIP Ed Ericson

CALVIN COLLEGE REMEMBERS ED ERICSON May 02, 2017 | Lynn Rosendale Ed Ericson taught English at
Steve Petrica
May 3
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Re: "Vaporized" [The Weekly Standard]

Steve, That is a fantastic read. Many thanks for bringing it to attention. I had always wondered (here before) if AIS's actual letters (or transcripts) to his
normthecaliph
Jan 27
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"Vaporized" [The Weekly Standard]

Good first-person account of seeking to learn of the author's great-grandfather, "vaporized" in the Soviet Union on political charges in 1938. In the January
Steve Petrica
Jan 27
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Re: A soul hardened by the Siberian winter [Dublin Independent]

Thanks for posting this--it's now on my Amazon wish list!  I look forward to adapting passages for classroom use. I have had students read selections from a
Steve Morgan
Jan 22
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A soul hardened by the Siberian winter [Dublin Independent]

A soul hardened by the Siberian winterMemoir: The Diary of a Gulag Prison Guard, Ivan Chistyakov translated by Arch Tait, Granta, hardback, 288 pages, €20.99
    Steve Petrica
    Jan 15
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    A Solzhenitsyn reference hidden in Windows 10?

    My laptop is slowly going through updates. It didn't take that long for "updating your system (3%)" to change to "updating your system (100%)", but now it sits
    Daneejo
    Sep 21, 2016
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    Gulag memoirs: a new project catalogues troves of carceral literatur

    Gulag memoirs: a new project catalogues troves of carceral literature Alexandr Solzhenitsyn in 1974 (Image: Verhoeff, Bert / Anefo under a CC licence) In
    Steve Petrica
    Sep 6, 2016
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    Re: Cavendish A community writes a book about Solzhenitsyn

    I've read the book and found it quite wonderful. You can order it from amazon. The quotes are just right and the pictures are as revealing and wide-ranging as
      Mahoney, Daniel J. (Political Science)
      Jun 30, 2016
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      Cavendish A community writes a book about Solzhenitsyn

      [image: Inline image 1] JUNE 29, 2016 A community writes book about Solzhenitsyn who changed history CAVENDISH — Cavendish, Vt. is known for having been the
        Steve Petrica
        Jun 30, 2016
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        Re: AIS audio archive

        Steve, do you know: Is the Gulag Museum still open in Moscow? Or has it been forced to close, for whatever reasons?
        normthecaliph
        Jun 17, 2016
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        AIS audio archive

        Archive of Solzhenitsyn material -- including speeches by Solzhenitsyn himself -- from the Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty
        Steve Petrica
        Jun 17, 2016
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        Book by Vladimir Bukovsky: Letters of a Russian Traveller

        Hi Everybody: Does anybody know if the above book (or, perhaps, a big article) had been published in English and it has been how to get a hold of it (online
        Roman Durbin
        Jun 16, 2016
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