Alexander Solzhenitsyn Bibliography

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Alexander Solzhenitsyn, born 1918, was a Russian born writer and dissident, eventually being notoriously deported from Russia in 1974. He is something of and enigma and indeed a legend, winning the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1970. The first book is generally regarded as the best novel, and the most valuable. Later titles are relatively easy to obtain, due to large print runs. There are rival translations of his books though our bibliography sticks to the initial, and true, first editions. US editions generally precede though UK books are slightly more desirable due to being less common. Some critics point to some of his work being less than impressive and suggest his legendary status gives him more latitude than some of his work deserves. Whatever your point of view nobody can deny the importance, or influence of Alexander Solzhenitsin.
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Title   Date Notes
One Day in the Life of Ivan Denisovich Praeger 1963 UK: 1963 Gollancz
We Never Make Mistakes UOC 1963 UK: 1972 Sphere, wraps
For the Good of the Cause Praeger 1964 UK: 1964 Pall Mall
The First Circle Harper 1968 UK: 1968 Collins
Cancer Ward Dial 1968 UK: Bodley, 2 volumes
The Love Girl and the Innocent Bodley 1969 US: 1970 Farrar
Stories and Prose Poems Bodley 1971 US: 1971 Straus
August 1914 Bodley 1972 US: 1972 Farrar
One Word of Truth Bodley 1972 wraps. US: A World Split Apart 1979 Harper
Candle in the Wind UOM 1973 UK: 1973 Bodley
Letter to Soviet Leaders IOC 1974 wraps. US: 1974 Harper
The Gulag Archipelago Harper 1974 UK: 1974 Collins
The Gulag Archipelago 2 Harper 1975 UK: 1975 Collins
From Under the Rubble Brown 1975 UK: 1975 Collins
The Gulag Archipelago 3 Harper 1976 UK: 1978 Collins
Lenin in Zurich Farrar 1976 UK: 1976 Bodley
Warning to the Western World Bodley 1976 wraps. US: 1976 Straus as Speeches to the Americans
Prussian Nights Collins 1977 US: 1977 Farrar
A World Split Apart Harper 1978 UK: 1979 Bodley as Alexander Solzhenitsyn Speaks to the World
The Mortal Danger Bodley 1980 US: 1980 Harper
The Oak and the Calf Harper 1980 UK: 1980 Bodley
Victory Celebration Bodley 1983  
Prisoners Bodley 1983  
Three Plays Straus 1986  
The Russian Question at the End of the Twentieth Century Straus 1995 UK: 1995 Collins
November 1916 Farrar 1998 UK: 1999 Cape

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