Uno de los mas pesimistas escritores rusos. Leonidas Andreyev (1871¿1919), describió en su novela (inspirada en un hecho real), Los Siete Ahorcados, la última noche de siete condenados a muerte; cinco terroristas y dos criminales, los primeros hallados culpables del atentado contra la vida de un importante miembro del gobierno.
Material dlja izuchenija russkoj literatury v 11 klasse. 30 hudozhestvennyh proizvedenij dany v kratkom izlozhenii v audioforme.
"Judas Iscaroit" is one of the most well-known stories written by the celebrated Russian writer Leonid Nikolaievich Andreyev (1871-1919). The work, which is based on the biblical story, highlights the issue of the disciple's betrayal of his teacher.
Leonid Nikolaevich Andreev (9  avgusta 1871, Orjol, Rossijskaja Imperija - 12 sentjabrja 1919, Nejvola, Finljandija) - russkij pisatel'. Predstavitel' Serebrjanogo veka russkoj literatury. Schitaetsja rodonachal'nikom russkogo jekspressionizma.
A fictional story that is positioned in time with the crucifixion of Jesus. While events that would shape culture and thinking were taking place, Ben-Tovit was consumed with a toothache. Would his own health issue prevent him from recognizing history? Narrated by Glenn Hascall.
The Seven Who Were Hanged is one of the most famous novels by celebrated Russian writer Leonid Nikolayevich Andreyev (1871-1919). The story, recounting the final hours of seven people sentenced to death by hanging following a secret trial, shocked Russian society. Andreyev presents his characters - five would-be terrorists and two common criminals - with great pathos and human sympathy, forcing the listener to confront the uncomfortable moral realities of capital punishment.