Photographs from Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn's home in Vermont. In 1975, Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn settled with his family in the United States, opting to live in Cavendish, a rural town in southern Vermont.
Photo Galleries > 1975-94: Vermont
8.1┆ In Washington, D.C., with Rostropovich and Vishnevskaya.July 1975
8.2┆ With sons, astride the “magic horse” that would one day take them home to Russia.Cavendish, Vermont, August 1976
8.3┆ At Harvard.8 June 1978Credit: Rick Stafford
8.4┆ During a lesson with sons.Cavendish, Summer 1980
8.5┆ With Claude Durand (the author’s literary agent).Cavendish, 1981
8.6┆ With Nikita Struve (the author’s close friend and publisher).Cavendish, 1980s
8.7┆ With sons (from left to right) Ignat, Yermolai, Stephan.Cavendish, Summer 1982
8.8┆ Photo taken by the film crew of Bernard Pivot during interview for the French TV program “Apostrophes”. On the desks are working materials for the Red Wheel.Cavendish, 1983
8.9┆ Checking on Yermolai’s work progress.Cavendish, mid-1980s© Vermont Life
8.10┆ At the typewriter. Cavendish, 1980s
8.11┆ At his self-made table with birch legs.Cavendish, 1980s
8.12┆ Aleksandr and Natalia Solzhenitsyn at work.Cavendish, 1980s
8.13┆ Aleksandr and Natalia Solzhenitsyn at work.Cavendish, 1980s
8.14┆ Aleksandr and Natalia Solzhenitsyn at work.Cavendish, 1980s
8.15┆ Aleksandr and Natalia Solzhenitsyn at work.Cavendish, 1980sCredit: Barbra Walz
8.16┆ Working on The Red Wheel.Cavendish, 1987
8.17┆ From left to right: Natalia, Aleksandr, Yermolai, Ignat.Cavendish, September 1987
8.18┆ From left to right: Stephan, Aleksandr, Natalia, Ignat.Cavendish, Easter 1991
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