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Yes it does propaganda but it shows a picture of the old Soviet.
About: Nikolai Ostrovsky
acer May 27, Tony Wang rated it it was amazing. Apr 22, Paul rated it liked it. Yet another merde of propaganda, making heroes out of the idiots and idiots out of the readers. I admire Paul, till golden bravery, indomitable spirit.
Jan 24, Julia rated it it was ok. Although I’m unable to understand the depth of the main character Pavel Korchagin who seems to pet hatred, violence, and dogmas but I understand how the immense passion of the young writer to write the book, lying in the bed blind and half paralyzed made the book worth reading.
Nikolái Alekséievich Ostrovski
No trivia or quizzes yet. But he was wrong.
Jan 26, Dmitriy rated it did not like it Shelves: He has been struggling with his legs paralyzed, blind, but he still did not give up, determined to pick up the pen, and the fate of combat. Year 30 44 32 33 38 Show more Say to the steel is you this book, it is not strange for everybody! Speaking of Paul, my admiration can not help that he was a hero, he is a stubborn man when he had to withdraw from the battlefield wounded occasion, he still kept trying to contribute in the rear.
It is often summarised as a novel in the “Socialist Realism” style, but doesn’t quite have some of the panache of this artwork, and he attempts to give a temp,o of the characters human failings.
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Displaying Editions 61 – 70 out of Return to Book Page. Nico,ai lin chu ban she. Jan 22, Nikos Tsentemeidis rated it it was amazing Shelves: Proud to complete the novel A powerful and thumping testimony of the hailed Bolshevik Revolution of Soviet Union and I think this is one of the most knowingly written novel regarding this event.
The story is a fictionalized autobiography. He loses the arrogance of youth and gains the inner strength of one who takes the time to reflect on his or her osttrovski life, and honestly assesses their own victories and their own flaws to enable them to keep marching forward on the correct path.
I dislike the main character and most of the moral principles in the book seem to be from medieval times, but it has strength and the book is enjoyable to read. It gives me an idea that a country and an era that Templi have ever experienced, I do remember my grandpa tells me how his life was like thirty or forty years ago, which is definitely away from me, but I can make some connections between these two scene, which is kind of fantasy for me, and think about it for a while, the picture is also clear and I can even imagine the harsh environ It is really a classic that it worth reading.
Because they can see opposite of them in this book,then they can learn something. The author showed ostrosvki many interesting stories in this book,so it might be page turner I think the potential audience should be people not strong enough and like historical novel.
Trivia About How the Steel Was Nicollai he was diagnosed with the nerve had trouble, h: Sure, his ending is pathetic but the closing of the novel gives us a glimpse of hope. The e-book edition has numerous typographical errors in it which can make it annoying to read at times, but it is definitely one of the most uplifting and strengthening books I have read to date. That’s the book deserve to read.
The first part tells the story of our hero, young Pavel’s town through the occupation by first the Germans, then the Bolsheviks, the White army of Ukrainians and Poles, then the Bols I’m not sure that Ostrovsky’s semi-autobiographical novel of a young man growing up in Ukraine through the Russian Revolution, and subsequent civil war between the Whites and Red Army, has aged well.
When he looks back, he does not regret for wasted years, not because of mediocrity and shame —the quote from the book How the steel was tempered.
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No need to mention that this trite tale of heroic deeds of late blind cretin Pavka Korchagin can excite only a very simple proletarian mind that ready to dash for some vague idea, lusting to “expropriate expropriated” and enthrone mediocrity at the global level. It gives me an idea that a country and an era that I have ever experienced, I do remember my grandpa tells me how his life was like thirty or forty years ago, which is definitely away from me, but I can make some connections between these two scene, which is kind of fantasy for me, and think about it for a while, the picture is also clear and I can even imagine the harsh environment.
The author is so obsessed with his dogmas that he seems religious rather than political, and yet it’s politics he is dedicating his life to. It is really a classic that it worth reading. This one is written by a fanatic. It is not your classic page turner, but for me, it was simply the passion of Pavel Korchagin the protagonist that drove me through this book.
I find it interesting to see how many people on Goodreads have given this book four or five stars and have written reviews saying that they found the book to be good or inspirational.
I read this book long ago.