The Russian writer Valentin Rasputin, himself no lackey of the Soviet regime, once attacked Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn for having crossed the line where "war against communism became war against . . . Russia." In Rasputin's eyes, the prophetic exile had stained Russia's reputation—not merely that of the communist regime—in . . .
August 1999April 21, 2022By Wayne Allensworth
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