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Nguyen Chi Thien, 73, 'The Solzhenitsyn Of Vietnam'
He acquired the moniker "for the sheaves of poems he wrote opposing the Communist government there - and for the prolonged imprisonment, including torture and solitary confinement, that his efforts earned him." The New York Times 10/08/12
Posted October 9, 2012 12:56 AM




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