Hadji Murat (Vintage Classics)

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9780307951342: Hadji Murat (Vintage Classics)

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""As I read" Hadji-Murat" again, I thought: this is the man one should learn from. Here the electric charge went from the earth, through the hands, straight to the paper, with no insulation, quite mercilessly stripping off any and all outer shrouds with a sense of truth--a truth, furthermore, which was clothed in garments both transparent and beautiful." --Isaac Babel, author" Red Cavalry

""My personal touchstone for the sublime of prose fiction, to me the best story in the world." --Harold Bloom, author, " How to Read and Why

""Hadji Murat" is my personal touchstone for the sublime of prose fiction, to me the best story in the world. Harold Bloom
Excellent. . . . The duo has managed to convey the rather simple elegance of Tolstoy s prose. "The New Criterion"
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Pevear and Volokhonsky s new version is . . . flexible individuated, immediate. "The Nation
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Well translated. As a lover of Tolstoy s work, one couldn t ask for more, and I can t recommend it highly enough. Andre Alexis, "The Globe and Mail "(Toronto)"

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Tolstoy s final work a gripping novella about the struggle between the Muslim Chechens and their inept occupiers is a powerful moral fable for our time.
Inspired by a historical figure Tolstoy heard about while serving in the Caucasus, this story brings to life the famed warrior Hadji Murat, a Chechen rebel who has fought fiercely and courageously against the Russian empire. After a feud with his commander he defects to the Russians, only to find that he is now trusted by neither side. He is first welcomed but then imprisoned by the Russians under suspicion of being a spy, and when he hears news of his wife and son held captive by the Chechens, Murat risks all to try to save his family. In the award-winning Pevear and Volokhonsky translation, "Hadji Murat "is a thrilling and provocative portrait of a tragic figure that has lost none of its relevance."

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