Тихий Дон #2020

Тихий Дон By Mikhail Sholokhov Михаил Александрович Шолохов None
  • Title: Тихий Дон
  • Author: Mikhail Sholokhov Михаил Александрович Шолохов
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  • Page: 432
  • Format: Hardcover
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    1. Mikhail Sholokhov Михаил Александрович Шолохов

      Mikhail Aleksandrovich Sholokhov was awarded the 1965 Nobel Prize in Literature for the artistic power and integrity with which, in his epic of the Don, he has given expression to a historic phase in the life of the Russian people.

    538 thoughts on “Тихий Дон”


    1. Tiknii Don And Quiet Flows the Don Vol 1, Mikhail Sholokhov 1344 1363 1381 9647294549 9647294506 1384 1388 1391 20 1368 1387 9789648155754 1 9789648155761 1382 9645676266 1387 1391 1800 9789642201655












    2. OK, so this is a review for the whole thing And Quiet Flow the Don and The Don Flows Home to the Sea.First of all, it amazes me that this book was even published, since it is way sympathetic to the Cossacks than the Reds I ve read other reviews where the reviewer says Despite the author s pro communist views etc etc , but I did not get that at all The Soviet government does most of the work of ruining Gregor s life Mikhail Koshevoi is pretty much the main antagonist of The Don Flows Home to the [...]




    3. aino erica took this book on one of our visits island hopping in greece, and when she stalled i started and then could not put it downe first of many of Sholokhov s







    4. Whilst the odd political communist view of the author comes to the forefront occasionally, this is a epic caleidoscopic description of the Cossack life, which for most Westerners today is pretty unusual in the way they interacted Hardly any joy, rough use of language when talking to each other, not much warmth o the outside but great drama on the inside of each of the personea.In structure and themes similar to War and Peace and yet so different in this appearing to be much real and therefore i [...]


    5. I read this first as a teenager and again much recently and was totally absorbed into the story once again.









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