Appeared in Vol. 7 No. 4
Alexander Solzhenitsyn is without doubt one of the most powerful spiritual voices of our time, powerful in part because of his artistic powers, by which he communicates transcendent values to an enslaved world. The precise nature of Solzhenitsyn’s spirituality is, however, somewhat difficult to determine, and so Donald Roy devotes the following essay to this problem but does so in a way which captures much of the Russian author’s power, as well as analyzes his thought.
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