November 9, 2005

The world's greatest living writer can't get published by NYC publishers!

It has been over four years since the first volume appeared in Russia of Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn's history of Russians and Jews, Two Hundred Years Together: 1795-1995, but the book remains unpublished in the United States. A translation of the first volume was published in France in February of 2002, and the second volume came out in French in September of 2003. Yet, apparently, no major publisher will bring out the book in the English-speaking world.

What's even more striking is that there has been virtually no mention of this extraordinary behavior by American publishers in the American press.

Isn't it time to change the National Anthem to delete that outdated reference to "the land of the free and the home of the brave?"


My published articles are archived at iSteve.com -- Steve Sailer

1 comment:

999 said...

We all know why, and we also all know Steve Sailor would not allow that comment to be posted. But maybe he will allow these lines.