Andrei Sinyavsky, whose innovative and unorthodox writings under the name Abram Tertz incurred the wrath of the Soviet regime, continued to express frank and sometimes unpopular views toward those in power until his death earlier this year. A ‘traitor’ to the Soviet authorities and a symbol to the dissident generation of the 1960s, he remained […]

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