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And Quiet Flows the Don And Quiet Flows The Don Or Quietly Flows The Don , Lit The Quiet Don Is Volume Epic Novel By Russian Writer Mikhail Aleksandrovich Sholokhov The St Three Volumes Were Written From To Published In The Soviet Magazine October In The Th Volume Was Finished In The English Translation Of The St Three Volumes Appeared Under This Title In The Novel Is Considered One Of The Most Significant Works Of Russian Literature In The Th Century It Depicts The Lives Struggles Of Don Cossacks During WWI, The Russian Revolution Russian Civil War In , Sholokhov Was Awarded The Nobel Prize For Literature For This Novel The Authorship Of The Novel Is Contested By Some Literary Critics Historians, Who Believe It Wasn T Entirely Written By Sholokhov


10 thoughts on “And Quiet Flows the Don

  1. says:

    Observant goodreaders, of whom there are many, will have noticed the rather curious rendering of the title of this book, which literally would be The Quiet Don into British English Well the story goes that because a Don in British English is a member of the Oxbridge teaching staff, the kind of person usually expected to be mostly quiet, that readers would imagine this to be a novel about a typical Oxbridge academic and so the publisher went for the current title to make clear they meant the r Observant goodreaders, of whom there are many, will have noticed the rather curious rendering of the title of this book, which literally would be The Quiet Don into British English Well the story goes that because a Don in British English is a member of the Oxbridge teaching staff, the kind of person usually expected to be mostly quiet, that readers would imagine this to be a novel about a typical Oxbridge academic and so the publisher went for the current title to make clear they meant the river, although plainly they weren t troubled by the thought that readers might imagine that this would be a novel about the rural hinterland of industrial south Yorkshire.Instead it is a rollicking saga of southern Russia in the years of war and civil war, I felt having finished the first part, it was the kind of thing that Catherine Cookson might h...


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    Tiknii Don Quiet Flows the Don a novel in Four books, Mikhail SholokhovAnd Quiet Flows the Don or Quietly Flows the Don , literally Quiet Don is an epic novel in four volumes by Russian writer Mikhail Aleksandrovich Sholokhov The first three volumes were written from 1925 to 1932 and published in the Soviet magazine Oktyabr in 1928 1932, and the fourth volume was finished in 1940 The English translation of the first three volumes appeared under this title in 1934 Tiknii Don Quiet Flows the Don a novel in Four books, Mikhail SholokhovAnd Quiet Flows the Don or Quietly Flows the Don , literal...


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    Un roman uria , uria at t la propriu c t i la figurat, cu peste 1800 de pagini n 4 volume, listat pe Goodreads ca volum unic , cea mai masiv oper literar pe care mi a fost dat s o duc p n la cap t p n acum O lectur cople itoare i tulbur toare, o poveste ampl i foarte detaliat despre apusul unei lumi, despre c teva destine simple de cazaci, ce i vor fi pierdut pentru totdeauna lini tea n confruntarea nemiloas cu plaga ro ie a sovietelor ruse ti, care aveau s schimbe pentru to Un roman uria , uria at t la propriu c t i la figurat, cu peste 1800 de pagini n 4 volume, listat pe Goodreads ca volum unic , cea mai masiv oper literar pe care mi a fost dat s o duc p n la cap t p n acum O lectur cople itoare i tulbur toare, o poveste ampl i foarte detaliat despre apusul unei lumi, despre c teva destine simple de cazaci, ce i vor fi pierdut pentru totdeauna lini tea n confruntarea nemiloas cu plaga ro ie a sovietelor ruse ti, care aveau s schimbe pentru totdeauna soa...


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    Key to Principal Characters And Quiet Flows the Don


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    I initially thought reading this would take longer than a month, but somehow I managed to rock its Russian face It s no secret that these Russian tomes can often be dense, filled with hundreds of characters with a bunch of different names doing things in highly detailed settings, where things like a blade of grass or a pebble in a river somehow manage to be a character themselves for fifty pages or so Russian novels are dark and cold, just like the land from whence they came Many of the aut I initially thought reading this would take longer than a month, but somehow I managed to rock its Russian face It s no secret that these Russian tomes can often be dense, filled with hundreds of characters with a bunch of different names doing things in highly detailed settings, where things like a blade of grass or a pebble in a river somehow manage to be a character themselves for fifty pages or so Russian novels are dark and cold, just like the land from whence they came Many of the authors had beards, even the ...


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    I found this book literally about 30 years ago while I was a freshman in college I was wandering around the stacks of the library at Texas AM University and found the two book series, And Quiet Flows the Don and the Don Flows Home to the Sea I was looking for a good book and I was looking for a better program of study engineering wasn t my thing I hadn t heard of Mikhail Sholokov and still don t know very many who have Despite a fairly heavy load in school I dove in and began readin I found this book literally about 30 years ago while I was a freshman in college I was wandering around the stacks of the library at Texas AM University and found the two book series, And Quiet Flows the Don and the Don Flows Home to the Sea I was looking for a good book and I was looking for a better program of study engineering wasn t my thing I hadn t heard of Mikhail Sholokov and still don t know very many who have Despite a fairly heavy load in school I dove in and began reading this I couldn t put it down Like some other Russian literature, this book it s one volume in Russian is epic in scale At the outset you feel like you are in a timeless Russian village that could be in 17th, 18th or 19th centuries As it turns out, the book begins just before World War I and the Russ...


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    How does one go about writing a review of one s favourite book of all One runs the risk of making one of two errors one might either ignore flaws, and praise too much, to the point of gushing or, one might try and be too critical in an attempt to be even handed, and thus sell the work short.Mikhail Sholokhov s Quiet Flows the Don that s the complete and unabridged English edition of Tikhii Don, The Quiet Don in the original Russian is not an easy book to read It s not something for those How does one go about writing a review of one s favourite book of all One runs the risk of making one of two errors one might either ignore flaws, and praise too much, to the point of gushing or, one might try and be too critical in an attempt to be even handed, and thus sell the work short.Mikhail Sholokhov s Quiet Flows the Don that s the complete and unabridged English edition of Tikhii Don, The Quiet Don in the original Russian is not an easy book to read It s not something for those who have limited attention spans and or no knowledge of history And, though it s a novel of war, it s emphatically not for those who are looking for action The Russian Civil War was one of the most defining events of history This is not the place for discussing its effects, but two things should be remembered first, if it had not happened, the twentieth century would have been almost in every way completely different and, secon...


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  9. says:

    The most impressive novel that I have read it is a masterpiece.


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