Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn Quotes: Shukhov Gazed At The Ceiling In Silence

Shukhov Gazed At The Ceiling In Silence. Now He Didn't Know Whether He Wanted Freedom Or Not. At First He'd Longed For It. Every Night He'd Counted The Days Of His Stretch-how Many Had Passed, How Many Were Coming. And Then He'd Grown Bored With Counting. And Then It Became Clear That Men Like Him Wouldn't Ever Be Allowed To Return Home, That They'd Be Exiled.
— Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn —

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