Book Review: Hadji Murat (Leo Tolstoy)

Hadji Murat is an intriguing read from Leo Tolstoy. It is atypical for Tolstoy given its very short length (just 164 pages) compared to his better known novels, War and Peace and Anna Karenina. Yet at the same time the story is quintessential Tolstoy with its focus on...

Book Review: Notes From Underground (Fyodor Dostoyevsky)

Notes from Underground was my first taste of Dostoyevsky’s work. Dostoyevsky came highly recommended to me by a good friend, as one of the most critically acclaimed Russian writers of the 19th century not named Leo Tolstoy. I enjoyed Notes from Underground...

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