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By Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn

The month of November 1916 in Russia used to be outwardly unmarked by way of seismic occasions, yet underneath the skin, society seethed fiercely. In Petrograd, luxury-store home windows are nonetheless brightly lit; the Duma debates the monarchy, the process battle, and clashing paths to reform; the employees within the depressing munitions factories veer more and more towards sedition. on the entrance all is stalemate aside from surprising death's capricious visits, whereas within the nation-state sullen anxiousness between hard-pressed farmers is speedily changing patriotism. In Zurich, Lenin, with the smallest of all progressive teams, plots his sinister logistical miracle. With masterly and relocating empathy, throughout the eyes of either old and fictional protagonists, Solzhenitsyn unforgettably transports us to that point and place—the final of pre-Soviet Russia. Translated via H.T. Willetts.
November 1916 is the second one quantity in Solzhenitsyn's multi-part paintings, the purple Wheel, following August...

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Enrique tried his best to stand up straight and tall like his father. ” asked Santa Anna. Enrique’s mother looked very brave as she spoke. ” 29 30 Enrique felt cold fill his heart. His father was dead. ” asked Santa Anna. ” Santa Anna nodded and then gave Enrique’s mother a blanket and two silver dollars. ” He waved her away. There was nothing Enrique could do. He clenched his hands tightly at his side and stared at the man who killed his father. He would never forget the face of Santa Anna. It would haunt him the rest of his life, even years later when Texas and all the Tejanos were free from Mexico.

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