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First let me say, and you may have guessed if you read my reviews regularly, I listened to this book on audiotape. Read morePublished 3 hours ago by kstewart424
I loved reading the book, was somewhat confused at the end because I read the book before watching the movie. The movie gave me a sort of better understanding of the end.Published 15 hours ago by Janet
One of the greatest novels ever written with depth in the characters & astounding psychological realism.Published 7 days ago by Michael Wulf
This is one of the best books ever written. the beauty, the sadness, the injustices, the social problems. Set in 19th century Russia. Read morePublished 7 days ago by peace
If you read this and War and Peace, you don't need to read any other books. Well you should read All the King's Men too.Published 10 days ago by Lee Oliver
It took an entire summer before to read this book in hardback, but only 2.5 weeks on my kindle!! And this after reading War and Peace in one month. Read morePublished 10 days ago by reginald davis
Very descriptive on methods of Russian farming and horse racing. Very lengthy bookPublished 11 days ago by Barbara K. Batson
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Everyman's Library started coming out with NEW editions and they are VERY nice. Is it the new one you're asking about or an older edition? (What's the copyright on the one you're looking at?) They may have changed which translation that they used (unlikely) -- but I can assure you of one fact: I... Read More
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