Solzhenitsyn: A Biography
Pp. 958-963 discuss accusations of antisemitism against Solzhenitsyn, especially by Mark Perakh (in "Midstream" 6, 1977) and other articles on this issue. Links the accusations with Solzhenitsyn's nationalism, his s Christian Orthodox philosophy, and his passionate love for the Russian people. Mentions the frequency of negative Jewish characters in Solzhenitzyn's literary work, especially in "The First Circle" and "Lenin in Zurich."
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