Solzhenitsyn Book NPR's Martha Wexler reports from Moscow on the publication this summer of a new work by Russian literary giant Alexander Solzhenitsyn. Two Hundred Years Together is a history of the Jews in Russia. Some critics have long seen anti-Western and anti-Semitic undercurrents running through Solzhenitsyn's works, the Nobel laureate calls his latest book an attempt to find points of mutual understanding between Russians and Jews.

Solzhenitsyn Book

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NPR's Martha Wexler reports from Moscow on the publication this summer of a new work by Russian literary giant Alexander Solzhenitsyn. Two Hundred Years Together is a history of the Jews in Russia. Some critics have long seen anti-Western and anti-Semitic undercurrents running through Solzhenitsyn's works, the Nobel laureate calls his latest book an attempt to find points of mutual understanding between Russians and Jews.