Question by Artemisia: What are “must read” Russian novels other than Crime and punishment and War and peace?
crime and punishment and war and peace
Answers and Views:
Answer by drunkenduck
Anna Karina . . . Tolstoy
The Brothers Karamazov . . . Dostoyevsky
Fathers and Sons . . . Turgenev
The Master and Margarita . . . Burgin
Eugene Onegin . . . Pushkin
Dead Souls . . . Gogol
and a little more modern
Cancer Ward . . . Solzhenitsyn
Answer by Damask J
“The Idiot”, “The Brothers Karamazov” by Dostoevsky
“The Master and Margarita”, “The White Guard”, “Heart of a Dog” by Bulgakov
“We” by Zamyatin
“The Twelve Chairs” by Ilf and Petrov
“A Hero of Our Time” by Lermontov
“Fathers and Sons” by Turgenev
“And Quiet Flows the Don” by Sholokhov
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