June 07, 2018
This is part four in a project to review/respond to one book per week (er, couple months). By and large it will only include books I am reading or have read recently enough that they’re still stacked in a currently-reading-pile. Everything will be high level, mostly first impression, and hastily written.
This week’s book: Alexsandr Solzhenitsyn’s The Gulag Archipelago (abridged version).
One’s first response to a book like this must be one of awstruck wonder at the scope of the evil perpetrated and
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