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Vo vsej mirovoj literature Dostoevskij po pravu priznan neprevzojdennym geniem psihologicheskoj dramy. «Unizhennye i oskorblennye» - pervyj ego roman, napisannyj posle katorgi.Uvlekatel'nyj sjuzhet, zahvatyvajushhie perepletenija sudeb i zhiznennyh istorij, nizost' i blagorodstvo, ljubov' i nenavist' - vse dovedeno do predela, do poslednej cherty. Cherez vse nemyslimoe kipenie strastej geroi prohodjat ispytanie na chelovechnost'."Samyj zabityj poslednij chelovek est' tozhe chelovek, i nazyvaetsja brat tvoj" - osnovnaja ideja romana i lejtmotiv vsego tvorchestva Dostoevskogo.

Please note: This audiobook is in Russian.

Public Domain (P)2013 Cdcom Publishing

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  • Mrs. Gerinta Walker
  • 02-19-14

Glorious classics, spoiled however by narrator

Is there anything you would change about this book?

I would love to listen to the same story narrated by person who doesn't put so much drama in every sentence, in every word.

What was one of the most memorable moments of Unizhennye i oskorblennye [The Insulted and Injured]?

The scene with Vanya visiting old couple and then witnessing the golden locket being broken was very memorable, but for all the wrong reasons. There was so much shouting, so much drama in every word read that it left me feeling really irritated - like after watching cheesy Mexican soap opera.

How did the narrator detract from the book?

1. Too much drama.
2. Female character was presented in a very manly manner. There was no change at all in reading male lines and female lines.
3. Mixing volume so much was very annoying. The voice would be quiet so you have to put the volume up, and then suddenly two sentences of proper shouting.

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