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The best historians and novelists--and Solzhenitsyn was first and foremost a novelist--narrate history through the eyes and ears of the participants who don't know the outcome of the events they are observing and participating in. In March 1917 , Solzhenitsyn presents events through the characters' perspectives and perceptions at the time, not in hindsight or years afterward. -- Asian Review of Books

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    • Title: March 1917 by Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn
    • Publisher: University of Notre Dame Press
    • Print ISBN: 9780268201708, 0268201706
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    • Edition: 2021
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