How Does a Russian Tells A Story

Anzi Matta
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Russians don't smile, but they do have a sense of humor. Tragedy is their comedy and crying and laughing are the same emotion.
    Anzi Mattaagregó un libro a la estanteríaHow Does a Russian Tells A Storyhace 5 años
    There is a vein of dull misery running through much of modern realism. It is not even tragedy, because tragedy requires that the person be suffering as a result of their actions, and that they be emotionally complex enough to understand what is happening to them, and to feel the whole of that pain.
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  • Anzi Mattaagregó un libro a la estanteríaHow Does a Russian Tells A Storyhace 5 años
    O, Russian stories are emotional. There's a saying from this book that pain and suffering are always inevitable for a large intelligence and a deep heart. The really great men must, I think, have great sadness on earth.
  • Anzi Mattaagregó un libro a la estanteríaHow Does a Russian Tells A Storyhace 5 años
    This Russian man [Tolstoy Red] tells a story about women, he thinks that women are objectified and oppressed. But he tells the story with different and unique ways: based on the conversation in the train--something that we never think about. This book was a short but sharp burst of Tolstoy all wrapped up in the pleasingly presented package.
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