(P)2008 Roberson Audio
I focus on fiction, sci-fi, fantasy, science, history, politics and read a lot. I try to review everything I read.
This was only 63 cents so it is difficult to find too much fault. I really like both of these stories, but the narration and audio is so bad as to make the overall experience quite poor. There is a slight but annoying echo and hum in the audio and the narrator enunciates so strictly it is irritating. I would certainly not recommend this selection to anyone.
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This felt like one of those books that I academically "should" listen to, but it did not have anything exciting or appealing about it.
I have not really been impressed by Chekhov's work overall.
There was nothing wrong with the narration but nothing stood out either.
The stories are not of much more than academic interest. I do not understand why some people are fascinated by Chekhov.
There are many other books more worth the time and attention.
Chekhov constantly ponder the question of older men taking advantage of younger women. In the one she get the upper hand and it is delightful.
The change that Anna goes through from the meek and the mild girl who had to marry for money to save he family. To the matron of the house who realizes that her husband is more afraid of her than she is of him.
Yes, and they are all excellently performed, he doesn't read books he acts them out.
Anna is the most memorable character.
This is well worth the money I spent on it, which wasn't much.
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