Solzhenitsyn: The Voice of Freedom [NOOK Book]

Solzhenitsyn: The Voice of Freedom

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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940024717974
  • Publisher: Washington, DC: Washington : American Federation of Labor and Congress of Industrial Organizations
  • Format: eBook
  • Edition description: Digitized from 1975 volume
  • File size: 107 KB

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  • Posted November 29, 2010

    Solzhenitsyn's speechs not quite as good as his prose, but still worth reading

    I have had the pleasure of reading Solzhenitsyn in the past, his novels One day and Gulag archepelego just to name a few and I became fixated on the way he told his story. He captured the essence of the human condition so well that In felt totally emersed within the camps of the Soviet Union.

    In Solzhenitsyn's Voices of Freedom his two speeches cover bothe the true nature of communism and how the west mainly the United States has helped to feed this communism through their want to do humanitarian works, in essence by helping we are hurting. I found speeches to be very energetic and each word energized the next. It would have been a great pleasure to hear him say this. Though there is a bit of confusion when the script is translated into English, the reader should be able to navigate through text. Not light reading by any stretch but informative and entertaining nonetheless.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 10, 2010

    Interesting look at the past

    I enjoy reading this nook version. However, there are a lot of typo's in this text.
    Overall it is a glimpse into the past. A quick read of two talks he gave in the 70's.

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    Posted July 25, 2011

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