Question by forester: Did you read a books of Russian authors? What could you say about?
Russian immigrants, please, don’t answer.
Russian people, please, don’t answer
Answers and Views:
Answer by sasquatch jr.
i have read the book “the kingdom of god is within you” by leo tolstoy. i thought he was right on track, but the book was very wordy.
Answer by scruffycat
I have read and have tremendous respect for Tolstoy and Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn.
Answer by vanamont7
Turgenev. Verrrry interesting. Sounds almost Kubrickian, with a generous dose of David Lean, of all people!!! Very incisive into the human condition. I’ll read this guy before I read Tolstoy.
Answer by Question 1
Read “Ivan Denisovich” by Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn. It’s an interesting book.
Answer by Soul Rebel
One Day In The Life of Ivan Denisovich by Alexander Solzhynytsyn and The Brothers Karamzov by Fyodor Doestoyevsky. Russian writes are great. Their novels present a very vivid picture of what their life and times were like at the same time they made a clear description and psycological profile of the characters in their books. They are also known as socio-political protest writers which made them a target for arrests and imprisonment.
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