24365d85ca While such speculation is murky, it is clear that de Maupassanthailed alongside Chekhov as father of the short storywas at the peak of his powers in this innovative precursor of first-person psychological fiction. In the process of compacting, he has acquired an education so unwitting he can't quite tell which of his thoughts are his own and which come from his books. >> Anonymous Sun Mar 30 22:26:37 2014 No.4720059 File: 112 KB, 600x924, andrei.jpg [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google] [report] >>4720003Petesburg - Andrei Bely >Andrei Bely's Petersburg is a colourful evocation of Russia's capital during the short, turbulent period of the first socialist revolution in 1905 (.) the story follows Nikolai Ableukhov's journey as he is caught up in the revolutionary politics of those seminal days; exploring themes of history, identity, and family, the novel sees the young Russian chased through the misty Petersburg streets, tasked with planting a bomb intended to kill a government official - his own father. >> Anonymous Sun Mar 30 23:26:37 2014 No.4720286 File: 52 KB, 339x500, 51K2oZ-eYWL.jpg [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google] [report] /r/ing motorman by David Ohle, can't find it anywhere . Thanks again . Boyhood and Youth soon followed, and Tolstoy was launched on the literary career that would bring him immortality. Based on a real-life blood-selling scandal in eastern China, Dream of Ding Village is the result of three years of undercover work by Yan Lianke, who worked as an assistant to a well-known Beijing anthropologist in an effort to study a small village decimated by HIV/AIDS as a result of unregulated blood selling. Although I'd like to see some posts of maybe original language works? I'm sure at least some people speak more than one language of which they would rather read books in other than in a translation effort. I guess I'm just bitter he's getting all the thanks for things he didn't contribute. >> Anonymous Wed Apr 2 12:11:21 2014 No.4729660 File: 29 KB, 306x240, ngbbs43cddec7e2b26.jpg [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google] [report] Y'all got any more of them epubs? .
>> Anonymous Tue Apr 1 23:49:32 2014 No.4728146 >>4728018 >giving up b4 finding the winning edge . >> Anonymous Tue Apr 1 22:33:49 2014 No.4727898 File: 26 KB, 435x580, jews.jpg [View same] [iqdb] [saucenao] [google] [report] >>4727821Dostoevsky - The House of the Dead> . >> Anonymous Sun Mar 30 19:54:20 2014 No.4719452 >>4719431Yes, I'm sure that you calling it a comic book and refusing to help me with a smiley indicating you know the book is a real book and are being an asshole was all a joke. Kavan s view of the capital and some of its war victims are typically original and oblique: Lazarus is a patient revived from catatonia; the Blitz spirit is coolly stripped of cheeriness and never-say-die in Glorious Boys and Our City ; The Gannets is a horror story reminiscent of Hitchcock; while in Who Has Desired The Sea and The Blackout the shell-shocked have found that war exacerbates long-suppressed psychological wounds. Pin it 13. >> Anonymous Mon Mar 31 06:22:53 2014 No.4721118 oh, fucking neato. .>So begins the courtship of a certain Unguentine to the woman we know only as Mrs. Pls no app store again,just books? . >> Anonymous Sun Mar 30 19:45:17 2014 No.4719431 >>4719393>>4719409>>4719416Jesus, 'twas but a jest.