Sunday, September 21, 2008

Today’s Kremlin: Too Elusive for a Solzhenitsyn

MOSCOW — In the week since Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn died, much has been written about how the writer who exposed the brutality of the Soviet system lost some of his relevance late in life — about how, as he trained his rhetorical thunderbolts on the immorality of modern life, many Russians came to view him as a public scold and a relic.

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