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For a taste of social history in Soviet Russia, the book is unparalleled.
It is a story of the transcendent quality of the human will that allows one not only to survive, but to _live_ in the most adverse of situations.
This is not a heavy read nor is it a difficult read; this is really a novella, just 144 pages long.
I've always loved this book, I discovered this book at a thrift store, I'm happy to have it. this is my first book purchase on my new hd kindle fire:)Published 10 days ago by Magenta22
Hard to say I loved it because it was so harsh, but then it was harsh were he was. A book that needs to be read for the content needs to be exposed. Read morePublished 28 days ago by sally
I had been doing some research on the GULAG system and, as part of this, I read Solzhenitsyn's book. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Laurence R. Cousins
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Everything on Shukhov was regular issue. Let them look, he had nothing to hide.
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Not only is this a powerful story but it is told well and at a good pace. I had trouble putting it down.Published 1 month ago by Paul Leverenz