- Get free shipping on this item when you purchase 1 or more Qualifying Items offered by Amazon.com. Here's how (restrictions apply)
Most are relatively minor characters.
This magnificent book upholds the most important human values -- freedom, courage, dignity, truth and compassion in the face of totalitarian power.
Readers certainly have much to unearth and discover in this marvelous rerelease of what is arguably Solzhenitsyn's finest work of fiction.
For the sake of truth and justice, there is no limit what one can endure.Published 2 months ago by Charles A. Edeh
I agree that this is and will remain one of the great, classical novels of Russian literature and am writing this review primarily to protest the absolutely foolish and... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Avid reader
This is not an "easy" read but is a very well written book by a Russian author. I think "heavy" describes it.Published 5 months ago by Lee Schuler
What it meant to be imprisoned in the Soviet Union under Stalin, life in and out and the Dialectic of the state religion! Read morePublished 9 months ago by Amazon Customer
This, the full original text, is a vastly better book than the disfigured version published in 1968. One of those books that will dispel much ignorance regarding Soviet Communism.Published 11 months ago by AZJim
This is the work of a literary master. It is also a thorough look into the intricacies of life in the old Soviet Union. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Southern California
The translation at its best is a rung below the original translation by Whitney, but the Americanizations of idiom and diction are laughable. They demean the work.Published 13 months ago by Alton Stephens
This is one of the great novels of the 20th century because of the breadth and depth of Solzhenitsyn's characterizations and analysis of modern Russian politics and society. Read morePublished 15 months ago by Andrew Wainwright