Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn bibliography

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This is a bibliography of Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn's works.

Books[edit]

  • Odin den’ Ivana Denisovicha. Moscow: Sovetskii pisatel’. 1963. 
    • Odin den’ Ivana Denisovicha. Matrenin dvor (authorized, unexpurgated edition -- includes “Matrenin dvor”). Paris: YMCA-Press. 1973. 
  • Izbrannoe. Chicago: Russian Language Specialties. 1965. 
  • Rakovyi korpus. Milan: Mondadori. 1968. 
    • Rakovyi korpus (enlarged edition). Frankfurt: Posev. 1968.  (Cancer Ward)
  • V kruge pervom. New York: Harper & Row. 1968.  (The First Circle)
    • V kruge pervom (enlarged edition). Moscow: Khudozhestvannaia literatura. 1990. 
  • Sobranie sochinenii (6 volumes). Frankfurt: Posev. 1970 [1969].  (Collected Works)
  • Avgust chetyrnadtsatogo. Paris: YMCA-Press. 1971.  (August 1914)
  • Nobelevskaia lektsiia po literature 1970 goda. Paris: YMCAPress. 1972. 
  • Arkhipelag Gulag, 1918–1956: Opyt knudozhestvennego issledovaniia (3 volumes). Paris: YMCA-Press. 1973–1975. 
  • Pis’mo vozhdiam Sovetskogo Soiuza. Paris: YMCA-Press. 1974. 
  • Solzhenitsyn: A Pictorial Autobiography. New York: Noonday. 1974. 
  • Prusskie nochi. Paris: YMCA-Press. 1974. 
  • Lenin v Tsiurikhe. Paris: YMCA-Press. 1975. 
  • Bodalsia telenok s dubom: Ocherki literaturnoi zhizni. Paris: YMCA-Press. 1975.  (The Oak and the Calf, autobiography)
    • Bodalsia telenok s dubom: Ocherki literaturnoi zhizni (enlarged edition -- includes "Nevidimki"). Moscow: Soglasie. 1996. 
  • A World Split Apart (bilingual edition). translated by Irina Alberti. New York: Harper & Row. 1978. 
  • Sobranie sochinenii (20 volumes). Vermont & Paris: YMCA-Press. 1978–1991. 
  • Rasskazy. Moscow: Sovremennik. 1989. 
  • Kak nam obustroit’ Rossiiu? Posil’nye soobrazheniia. Paris: YMCA-Press. 1990. 
  • "Russkii vopros" k kontsu XX veka. Moscow: Golos. 1995. 
  • Po minute v den’. Moscow: Argumenty i fakty. 1995. 
  • Publitsistika (3 volumes). Yaroslavl’: Verkhne-Volzhskoe knizhnoe izdatel’stvo. 1995–1997. 
  • Na izlomakh: Malaia proza. Yaroslavl’: Verkhniaia Volga. 1998. 
  • Rossiia v obvale. Moscow: Russkii put’. 1998. 
  • Proterevshi glaza. Moscow: Nash dom—L’Age d’Homme. 1999. 
  • Dvesti let vmeste, 1795–1995 (volume 1). Moscow: Russkii put’. 2001. 
  • Armeiskie rasskazy. Moscow: Russkii put’. 2001. 
  • Stolypin i Tsar’. Yekaterinburg: U-FAKTORIIA. 2001. 
  • Lenin. Tsiurikh — Petrograd. Yekaterinburg: U-FAKTORIIA. 2001.  (Lenin in Zurich - Petrograd)
  • Nakonets-to revoliutsiia (2 volumes). Yekaterinburg: U-FAKTORIIA. 2001. 
  • Na vozvrate dykhania. Moscow: Vagrius. 2004. 

Editions and collections[edit]

  • Arkhipelag GULag (3 volumes). Moscow: Sovetskii pisatel’. 1989. 
  • Rakovyi korpus. Moscow: Khudozhestvennaia literatura. 1990. 
  • V kruge pervom. Moscow: Khudozhestvennaia literatura. 1990. 
  • Krasnoe koleso. Povestvovanie v otmerennykh srokakh (10 volumes). Moscow: Voenizdat. 1993–1997. 
  • Izbrannoe. Moscow: Molodaia gvardiia. 1993. 
  • Sobranie sochinenii (9 volumes). Moscow: Terra. 1999–2000. 
  • Na kraiakh. Moscow: Vagrius. 2000. 
  • Kolokol Uglicha. Moscow: Vagrius. 2003. 
  • Rakovyi korpus. Moscow: Vagrius. 2003. 
  • V kruge pervom. Moscow: Vagrius. 2004. 
  • Dorozhenka. Moscow: Vagrius. 2004. 
  • Izbrannoe: Proza, literaturnaia kritika, publitsistika. Moscow: Zhizn I Mysl and Moskovskie Uchebniki. 2004. 
  • Voennoye. St. Petersburg: Amphora. 2005. 

English editions[edit]

  • One Day in the Life of Ivan Denisovich. translated by Ralph Parker. New York: Dutton. 1963. 
    • One Day in the Life of Ivan Denisovich. translated by Ronald Hingley and Max Hayward. New York: Bantam. 1963. 
    • One Day in the Life of Ivan Denisovich (authorized translation). translated by H. T. Willetts. New York: Farrar, Straus & Giroux. 1991. 
  • We Never Make Mistakes: Two Short Novels. translated by Paul W. Blackstock. Columbia: University of South Carolina Press. 1963. 
  • The First Circle. translated by Michael Guybon. London: Collins-Harvill. 1968. 
    • The First Circle. translated by Thomas P. Whitney. New York: Harper & Row. 1968. 
  • Cancer Ward. translated by Rebecca Frank. New York: Dial Press. 1968. 
    • Cancer Ward. translated by Nicholas Bethell and David Burg. New York: Farrar, Straus & Giroux. 1969. 
  • Stories and Prose Poems. translated by Michael Glenny. New York: Farrar, Straus & Giroux. 1971. 
  • The Nobel Lecture on Literature. translated by Whitney. New York: Harper & Row. 1972. 
    • Nobel Lecture (bilingual edition). translated by F. D. Reeve. New York: Farrar, Straus & Giroux. 1972. 
  • Candle in the Wind. translated by Keith Armes with Arthur G. Hudgins. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press. 1973. 
  • Letter to the Soviet Leaders. translated by Hilary Sternberg. New York: Index on Censorship in association with Harper & Row. 1974. 
  • The Gulag Archipelago, 1918–1956: An Experiment in Literary Investigation (3 volumes). translated by Thomas P. Whitney and H. T. Willetts. London: Collins-Harvill. 1974–1978. 
  • August 1914. translated by Michael Glenny. New York: Farrar, Straus & Giroux. 1972. 
    • August 1914. translated by H.T. Willetts. New York: Farrar, Straus & Giroux. 1989. 
  • Warning to the West. translated by Harris L. Coulter and Nataly Martin. New York: Farrar, Straus & Giroux. 1976. 
  • Lenin in Zurich. translated by H.T. Willetts. New York: Farrar, Straus & Giroux. 1976. 
  • Prussian Nights. translated by Robert Conquest. New York: Farrar, Straus & Giroux. 1977. 
  • East & West: The Nobel Lecture on Literature, A World Split Apart, Letter to Soviet Leaders, and an Interview with Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn by Janis Sapiets. translated by Alexis Klimoff, Irina Alberti, and Hilary Sternberg. New York: Harper & Row. 1980. 
  • The Oak and the Calf: Sketches of Literary Life in the Soviet Union. translated by H.T. Willetts. New York: Harper & Row. 1980. 
  • The Mortal Danger: How Misconceptions About Russia Imperil America. translated by Michael Nicholson and Alexis Klimoff. New York: Harper & Row. 1981. 
  • Edward E. Ericson Jr., ed. (1985). The Gulag Archipelago, 1918-1956 [authorized abridgment]. translated by Whitney and H. T. Willetts. New York: Harper & Row. 
  • Three Plays: Victory Celebrations, Prisoners, The Love-Girl and the Innocent. translated by Bethell, Burg, Hele Rapp, and Nancy Thomas. New York: Farrar, Straus & Giroux. 1986. 
  • Rebuilding Russia: Reflections and Tentative Proposals. translated by Alexis Klimoff. New York: Farrar, Straus & Giroux. 1991. 
  • Invisible Allies. translated by Klimoff and Nicholson. Washington, D.C.: Counterpoint. 1995. 
  • The Russian Question at the End of the Twentieth Century (includes “Address to the International Academy of Philosophy”). translated by Yermolai Aleksandrovich Solzhenitsyn. New York?: Farrar, Straus & Giroux. 1995. 
  • November 1916. translated by Willetts. New York: Farrar, Straus & Giroux. 1999. 
  • Russia in Collapse. translated by Olga Cooke. Intercollegiate Studies Institute. May 2006. 
  • Apricot Jam: And Other Stories. translated by Kenneth Lantz and Stephan Solzhenitsyn. Counterpoint. August 2011. 

Uncollected periodical publications[edit]

  • "Golyi god Borisa Pil’niaka". Novyi mir (January): 195–203. 1997. 
  • "Smert’ Vazir-Mukhtara Iuriia Tynianova". Novyi mir (April): 191–199. 1997. 
  • "Peterburg Andreia Belogo". Novyi mir (July): 191–196. 1997. 
  • "Iz Evgeniia Zamiatina". Novyi mir (October): 186–201. 1997. 
  • "Priemy epopei". Novyi mir (January): 172–190. 1998. 
  • "Chetyre sovremennykh poeta". Novyi mir (April): 184–195. 1998. 
  • "Ivan Shmelev i ego Solntse mertvykh". Novyi mir (July): 184–193. 1998. 
  • "Ugodilo zernyshko promezh dvukh zhernovov: Ocherki izgnaniia". Novyi mir (9): 47–125. 1998. 
    • "Ugodilo zernyshko promezh dvukh zhernovov: Ocherki izgnaniia". Novyi mir (11): 93–153. 1998. 
    • "Ugodilo zernyshko promezh dvukh zhernovov: Ocherki izgnaniia". Novyi mir (2): 67–140. 1999. 
    • "Ugodilo zernyshko promezh dvukh zhernovov: Ocherki izgnaniia". Novyi mir (9): 112–183. 2000. 
    • "Ugodilo zernyshko promezh dvukh zhernovov: Ocherki izgnaniia". Novyi mir (12): 97–156. 2000. 
    • "Ugodilo zernyshko promezh dvukh zhernovov: Ocherki izgnaniia". Novyi mir (4): 80–141. 2001. 
    • "Ugodilo zernyshko promezh dvukh zhernovov: Ocherki izgnaniia". Novyi mir (11): 31–97. 2003. 
  • "Okunaias’ v Chekhova". Novyi mir (October): 161–182. 1998. 
  • "Feliks Svetov — Otverzi mi dveri". Novyi mir (January): 166–173. 1999. 
  • "Panteleimon Romanov — rasskazy sovetskikh let". Novyi mir (July): 197–204. 1999. 
  • "Aleksandr Malyshkin". Novyi mir (October): 180–192. 1999. 
  • "Iosif Brodskii — izbrannye stikhi". Novyi mir (December): 180–193. 1999. 
  • "Evgenii Nosov". Novyi mir (July): 195–199. 2000. 
  • "Dvoen’e Iuriia Nagibina". Novyi mir (4): 164–171. 2003. 
  • "David Samoilov". Novyi mir (6): 171–178. 2003. 
  • "Dilogiia Vasiliia Grossmana". Novyi mir (8): 154–169. 2003. 
  • "Leonid Leonov—‘Vor.’". Novyi mir (10): 165–171. 2003. 
  • "Vasilii Belov". Novyi mir (12): 154–169. 2003. 
  • "Georgii Vladimov—‘General i ego armiia’". Novyi mir (2): 144–151. 2004. 

Other works[edit]

  • Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn, ed. (1974). Iz-pod glyb. Paris: YMCA. 
Translation: Michael Scammell, ed. (1975). From Under the Rubble. Boston: Little, Brown. 
  • Russkiy slovar yazykovogo rasshireniya. compiled by Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn. Moscow: Nauka. 1990. 
  • The Smatterers, a 1974 essay

References[edit]

  • Donald M. Fiene (1973). Alexander Solzhenitsyn: An International Bibliography of Writings by and about Him, 1962–1973. Ann Arbor: Ardis. 
  • Solzhenitsyn Studies: A Quarterly Review 1–2 (1980–1981).
  • Michael Nicholson, “Solzhenitsyn in 1981: A Bibliographic Reorientation,” in Solzhenitsyn in Exile: Critical Essays and Documentary Materials, edited by John B. Dunlop, Richard S. Haugh, and Michael Nicholson (Stanford: Hoover Institution, 1985), pp. 351–412.
  • N. G. Levitskaia (1991). Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn: Biobibliograficheskii ukazatel’, avgust 1988–1990. Moscow: Sovetskii fond kul’tury.