The work of soviet novelist and playwright Yury Trifonov displayed throughout a concern with moral dilemmas and ethical choice. What distinguished the writing after 1969 from the earlier production was a shift away from facile platitudes of socialist dogma to a vision that would account more fully for the moral ambiguity with which modern life confronts the individual.

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