First Circle by Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn

"First Circle" is a gripping narrative set in a Soviet Union labor camp during the Stalin era, where the prisoners are intellectuals and scientists. The story revolves around these individuals who, despite their grim circumstances, engage in political and philosophical debates, striving to maintain their dignity and humanity. The novel explores themes of morality, corruption, and the human spirit, providing a vivid and harrowing depiction of life under Stalinist rule.

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