When Arkady Petrovich returns home from college, his father finds his eager, naïve son changed almost beyond recognition, for the impressionable Arkady has fallen under the powerful influence of the friend he has brought home with him. A self-proclaimed nihilist, the ardent young Bazarov shocks Arkady's father with his determination to overthrow the traditional values of society. Vividly capturing the hopes and fears of a changing Russia in the 19th century, Fathers and Sons is Ivan Turgenev's masterpiece. Please note: This audiobook is in Russian.
Retold by Marion Palmer from the original Uncle Remus stories by Joel Chandler Harris. This book is adapted from the characters and backgrounds created for the Walt Disney motion picture Song of the South and other Walt Disney adaptations of the original Uncle Remus stories. Stories include "Who Was Uncle Remus?"; "De Tar-Baby"; "Brer Terrapin's Tug-of-War"; and many more. Please note: This audiobook is in Russian.
Far away, in the fairy country, there lived a king and Queen; they have no children. Went to the king in foreign lands, far to the sides, for a long time the house had never been; at that time the Queen bore him a son, Ivan Tsarevich, and the king was about to say something and does not know.
The Tinderbox is a literary fairy tale by Hans Christian Andersen about a soldier who acquires a magic tinderbox capable of summoning three powerful dogs to do his bidding. When the soldier has one of the dogs transport a sleeping princess to his room, he is sentenced to death but cunningly summons the dogs to save his life. The tinderbox - a box to kindle a flame - is the equivalent of the wonderful lamp, the witch is the evil magician, and the dogs with swirling eyes take the place of the two genies of the lamps.