Alexander Solzhenitsyn. He attended to University of Rostov-na-Donu and graduated from the
department of mathematics and physics. However World Was 2 came, and soon went to fight. He
was arrested for criticising Joseph Stalin while fighting World Was 2 and spent 11 years in exile and
labor camps. After he got our of prison, he wrote several literary works and one of them was One
Day In The Life Of Ivan. The book we are reading now is his first literally work which expresses a
story of one day in a Soviet concentration camp. Which is one of his two best known works.
Eventually Alexander Solzhenitsyn was awarded the Noble Prize of Literature in 1970 as an historian
and Russian Novelist.