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  1. His youth and the gulag
  2. After the gulag
  3. The Gulag Archipelago

The author of The Gulag Archipelago, born a hundred years ago on December 11, 1918, in the very early Bolshevik Russia, is a Russian writer and dissident of the Soviet regime. Alexander Solzhenitsyn experienced civil war, Stalinist gulags, exile and disintegration of the former USSR. It is a writer who through these books presents the context of the cold war as it really was a tug between good and evil, between freedom and tyranny.

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