While there she met and married Isaakiy Semyonovich Solzhenitsyn, a young officer in the Imperial Russian Army of Cossack origin and fellow native of the Caucasus region. The family background of his parents is vividly brought to life in the opening chapters of Augustand in the later Red Wheel novels. On 15 June, shortly after her pregnancy was confirmed, Isaakiy was killed in a hunting accident.
Translations[ edit ] At least five English translations have been made. Of those, Ralph Parker's translation New York: Lancerand Gillon Aitken 's New York: Farrar Straus Giroux, The fifth translation, by H.
Plot[ edit ] Ivan Denisovich Shukhov has been sentenced to a camp in the Soviet gulag system. He was accused of becoming a spy after being captured briefly by the Germans as a prisoner of war during World War II. He is innocent, but is sentenced to ten years in a forced labor camp. The day begins with Shukhov waking up sick.
For waking late, he is forced to clean the guardhouse, but this is a comparatively minor punishment. When Shukhov is finally able to leave the guardhouse, he goes to the dispensary to report his illness.
It is relatively late in the morning by this time, however, so the orderly is unable to exempt any more workers and Shukhov must work. The rest of the novel deals mainly with Shukhov's squad the th, which has 24 memberstheir allegiance to the squad leader, and the work that the prisoners zeks do in hopes of getting extra food for their performance.
For example, they are seen working at a brutal construction site where the cold freezes the mortar used for bricklaying if not applied quickly enough. Solzhenitsyn also details the methods used by the prisoners to survive; the whole camp lives by the rule of survival of the fittest.
Tiurin, the foreman of gangis strict but kind, and the squad's fondness of Tiurin becomes more evident as the book progresses. Though a morose man, Tiurin is liked because he understands the prisoners, he talks to them, and he helps them.
Shukhov is one of the hardest workers in the squad and is generally well-respected. Rations are meagre at the camp, but they are one of the few things that Shukhov lives for. He conserves the food that he receives and is always watchful for any item that he can hide and trade for food at a later date.
At the end of the day, Shukhov is able to provide a few special services for Tsezar Caesaran intellectual who does office work instead of manual labor. Tsezar is most notable, however, for receiving packages of food from his family.
Shukhov is able to get a small share of Tsezar's packages by standing in lines for him. Shukhov reflects on his day, which was both productive and fortuitous for him. Main characters[ edit ] The th is the labor-camp team to which protagonist Ivan Denisovich belongs.
There are over 24 members, though the book describes the following characters the most thoroughly: The reader is able to see Russian camp life through Shukhov's eyes, and information is given through his thoughts, feelings, and actions. He believes that being imprisoned is something that he has earned, since it allows him to reflect more on God and Jesus.
Alyoshka, surprisingly, is able to hide part of a Bible in the barracks. Shukhov responds to his beliefs by saying that he believes in God but not heaven or hell, nor in spending much time on the issue. Gopchik was imprisoned for taking food to Ukrainian ultranationalists.
Shukhov believes that Gopchik has the knowledge and adjustment skills to advance far at the camp. Tyurin likes Shukhov and gives him some of the better jobs, but he is also subject to the camp hierarchy; Tyurin must argue for better jobs and wages from the camp officers in order to please the squad, who then must work hard in order to please the camp officers and get more rations.
He is particularly seen as a lowlife by Shukhov and the other camp members. He shamelessly scrounges for bits of food and tobacco. Tzesar is a film director who was imprisoned before he could finish his first feature film.
Some discussions in the novel indicate that he holds formalist views in art, which were probably the reason for his imprisonment. A cultured man, Tzesar discusses film with Buynovsky. His somewhat higher class background assures him food parcels.
Buinovsky was imprisoned after he received a gift from an admiral on a British cruiser on which he had served as a naval liaison. In the camp, Buinovsky has not yet learned to be submissive before the warders.
He speaks Russian like a native, having learned it in his childhood. Kilgas is popular with the team for making jokes.
He escaped from the Germans three times and was recaptured each time, ending up in the Buchenwald Concentration Camp.One Day in the Life of Ivan Denisovich (Russian: Оди́н день Ива́на Дени́совича Odin den' Ivana Denisovicha pronounced [ɐˈdʲin ˈdʲenʲ ɪˈvanə dʲɪˈnʲisəvʲɪtɕə]) is a novel by Russian writer Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn, first published in November in the Soviet literary magazine Novy Mir (New World).
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