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Dostoyevsky imparts his experiences from a Siberian prison camp, and during this narrative, we find out again why this writer is regarded as the best in fiction. Through his techniques in presentation and methods of characterization, Dostoyevsky delivers another great read.
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The audio quality of this book was so bad, I could not listen to it. I gave the Story 3 stars only because I had to put something in there so I could write this review.
I've read Dostoevsky before and loved his writing. This book may be equally as good, but I would never know.
I'm going to see if I could find this book with a different narrator. I suggest you do the same!
6 of 6 people found this review helpful
The story of a 19th centuary prison in Siberia where the author actually served a sentance. Although not an autobiography the auther certainly draws on his first hand experience to discribe the life of the prison and particularly its inmates. Many facinating portraits of a wide variety of personalities set against a rather horrible set of living conditions.
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