Solzhenitsyn's polemical speeches - a primer for understanding the moral, political vision of the Nobel prize winner
An epic war story from Solzhenitsyn - the great 20th century Russian writer who served eight years in the labour camps for his work
'Without a doubt the greatest Russian novelist' Sunday Times
'It helped to bring down an empire. Its importance can hardly be exaggerated' Doris Lessing, Sunday Telegraph
Incapable of writing a dull line, Solzhenitsyn here produces a testimony that stands confidently beside The Oak and the Calf and his classic autobiography The Gulag Archipelago.
One of the greatest Russian novels of all time, this epic explores the dark side of Soviet life in the final years of Stalin's reign of terror.
The authorised translation of the restored text by H. T. Willetts