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Герой нашего времени [Hero of Our Time]

By: Михаил Лермонтов
Narrated by: Igor Drapaljuk
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Свой шедевр - роман Герой нашего времени - Михаил Лермонтов написал в 24 года. Судьба главного героя - прапорщика Григория Печорина - объединяет пять самостоятельных глав, из которых состоит книга. О происходящих событиях на Кавказе в 1830-х годах автор рассказывает подкупающе просто и доходчиво, без прикрас описывает реальную действительность, а характеры его персонажей отличаются нестандартностью и глубиной.

Please note: This audiobook is in Russian.

Public Domain (P)2020 Strelbytskyy Multimedia Publishing

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  • David J James
  • 10-05-22

Some abbreviations, too hurried delivery

But still worth a listen. The narrator barely reflects Pechorin. He is barely able to make the correct spacing as he races through this timeless text, nor are different voices made for the different characters. Even the narrator of the other version of this available on Audible who sounds like a drunken old lady most of the time, takes time to relish the prose and uses differential voicing.

The work itself is of course fantastic. About seven pages of Taman are simply cut out. We never learned why Pechorin says he was nearly drowned there in this version!

The work itself is timeless as I say and one can even see in the interplay between Grushnitski and Pechorin shades of what is going on in geopolitics this very day. Seen in that prism, it represents a stark warning.