Apr. 04, 1974 - SOVIET AUTHOR WHO CONSIDERS HIMSELF EXPELLED FROM RUSSIA ARRIVES IN LONDON. VLADIMIR MAXIMOV, the dissident Soviet author of the novel ''THE SEVEN DAYS OF CREATION'' arrived In London accompanied by his wife. The 44-year-old writer who left Russia last month when, after months of persecution, the authorities granted him and his wife a one-year exit visa. But exclaimed VLADIMIR; ''This is a camouflaged expulsion.'' He is in Britain at the invitation of the London publishers of his book which has been widely acclaimed in France and Germany

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Apr. 04, 1974 - SOVIET AUTHOR WHO CONSIDERS HIMSELF EXPELLED FROM RUSSIA ARRIVES IN LONDON. VLADIMIR MAXIMOV, the dissident Soviet author of the novel ''THE SEVEN DAYS OF CREATION'' arrived In London accompanied by his wife. The 44-year-old writer who left Russia last month when, after months of persecution, the authorities granted him and his wife a one-year exit visa. But exclaimed VLADIMIR; ''This is a camouflaged expulsion.'' He is in Britain at the invitation of the London publishers of his book which has been widely acclaimed in France and Germany. The novel tells the story of the evolution or decline of the Soviet system over the past half century as seen through the eyes of an ordinary Russian family. PHOTO SHOWS:- VLADIMIR MAXIMOV pictured at today's press conference at the Waldorf Hotel in London today. (Credit Image: Keystone Pictures USA/ZUMAPRESS)