Solzhenitsyn Prize
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Solzhenitsyn Prize

The Solzhenitsyn Prize is a non-governmental Russian literary award established by the Russian writer Alexander Solzhenitsyn in 1997.[1]

The $25,000 prize is awarded for "works in which troubles of the Russian life are shown with rare moral purity and sense of tragedy, for consecutiveness and steadiness in search of truth".[2] The prize is financed by royalties from sales of The Gulag Archipelago.[3]

Laureates

Notes

  1. ^ RBTH (2008-12-12). "Solzhenitsyn's Collected Works to appear over the next few years | Russia Beyond The Headlines". Rbth.ru. Retrieved .
  2. ^ "In Time of Troubles One Should Stake on the Idea. Interview with the writer Leonid Borodin". Pravoslavie.ru. 2002-04-24. Retrieved .
  3. ^ "Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn Center -- Solzhenitsyn Literature Prize". Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn Center. Retrieved .
  4. ^ Tatiana Shabaeva (2011-05-10). "Yelena Chukovskaya wins Solzhenitsyn prize | Russia Beyond The Headlines". Rbth.ru. Retrieved .
  5. ^ "Alexander Solzhenitsyn Prize Goes to Oleg Pavlov". Russkiymir.ru. Retrieved .
  6. ^ , ?. (2015-03-03). "? ?. ? ? ?". ? ( ). No6614 (43). Archived from the original on 2016-03-07. Retrieved .
  7. ^ "? ? ? ? ". . 2016-02-29. Archived from the original on 2016-03-07. Retrieved .

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