Original Language: Russian --This text refers to the Hardcover edition.
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Best movie ever. Great introduction to the Russian Revolution. In a very personal way.Bravo!!!!Published 13 days ago by LN
Egads, this Kindle edition is positively terrible. Dreadful formatting. There are no breaks; it's just one paragraph after another, rendering it incomprehensible. Read morePublished 21 days ago by Amanda Oster
I have so many conflicting emotions about this. It's a classic for a reason; even in translation Pasternak has a beautiful, melodious way with words that is at times dizzying. Read morePublished 28 days ago by Nikki
This is a classic. A must read for anyone interested in Russian literature.Published 1 month ago by ladyedith
Hard to believe this book led to the famous movie. I tried my best but I couldn't get into it. Very long and confusing. Love the movie-hated the bookPublished 2 months ago by Paula
This is probably the worst conversion from a physical to an e-book I have ever seen. For instance:
1) Absolutely no sub-chapters division, which makes it IMPOSSIBLE to follow... Read more
Beautifully written. At first hard to follow because of the Russian names, but once you get into it you identify with the characters and feel for them, and the atrocities they... Read morePublished 2 months ago by ND