How does Vladimir Voinovich blend comedy and satire in The Life and Extraordinary Adventures of Private Ivan Chonkin?
Did Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn enjoy a literary, if not personal, advantage over Voinovich in being imprisoned instead of being simply evicted from the Soviet Union?
What motivates the circle of friends in the story so titled?
Did the revolution that swept away Soviet communism a few years after the publication of Voinovich’s Moscow 2042 render the novel irrelevant thereafter?
What do you presume will be the future reputation of Voinovich in Russia?