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In the circle of fate

Soviet dissident and Nobel Prize winner Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn survived both World War Two and the horrors of Stalin’s camps. He became the voice of the thousands who perished and who died unknown. Some of his famous works include the “Gulag Archipelago”, “The Red Wheel” and “In the First Circle”. Solzhenitsyn’s books teach us never to forget and stay loyal to our principles under any circumstances. It was the principle he followed throughout his life.