Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn

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Noun1.Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn - Soviet writer and political dissident whose novels exposed the brutality of Soviet labor camps (born in 1918)
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Twentieth century experiments with socialism show that it is far more likely to produce the "camping trips" described by Alexandr Solzhenitsyn in The Gulag Archipelago than the ones in Cohen's thought experiment.
Yao Chen, an actress who has 32 million followers on her Weibo account, earlier posted the paper's logo and quoted Russian dissident Alexandr Solzhenitsyn: "One word of truth shall outweigh the whole world".Fellow actor Chen Kun, who has 27 million followers, replied: "I am not that deep, and don't play with words, I support the friends at Southern Weekly".The row erupted after censors Thursday blocked a New Year message in the paper, calling for the realisation of a "dream of constitutionalism in China" to protect citizens' rights, and replaced it with a weaker article, according to journalists.
Yao Chen, an actress who has 32 million followers, posted the paper's logo on China's Twitter-like Weibo service and quoted Russian dissident Alexandr Solzhenitsyn: "One word of truth shall outweigh the whole world."
gr., Los origenes del totalitarismo de Hannah Arendt, Rebelion en la granja y 1984 de Georges Orwell, Archipielago GULAG de Alexandr Solzhenitsyn, La rebelion de las masas de Jose Ortega y Gasset, La democracia en America de Alexis de Tocqueville, La fuerza de la Razon de Oriana Fallaci o Sobre la libertad de Stuart Mill, ejemplos todos de las multiples formas que pueden adoptar las carceles de la libertad y de las posibles vias, nunca seguras y siempre arriesgadas, para, al fin, lograr esta.
No such mystery attaches to the varieties of cancer suffered by the wealth of characters in Cancer Ward, Alexandr Solzhenitsyn's monumental novel written in 1968, nine years after the publication of The Two Cultures.