Vladimir Lenin was a hated, respected, feared, and fervently admired Russian communist and revolutionary whose "the end justifies the means" theories and other churlish social ideologies helped formed a dominant empire from the ashes of a damaged nation.
Some call Lenin a champion of the working classes; some call him a brutal, abusive dictator. The life of this highly polarizing politician is grippingly dramatized in Nikolai Lenin. Clifford Rose's simple and noble narration, Gary Hope's boisterous portrayal of the title character, and an ensemble cast collaborate to make this unstable turn-of-the-century world come vividly alive.
The part of Nikolai Lenin is played by Gary Hope. Other parts are played by John Green, Robin Scobey, and Mary Duddy.
© & (P)1976 Ivan & Inge Berg;
an easy to listen to description, albeit brief, well read and moving to the point of inspiration!
"A good quickie"
Sure, it was a quick listen for a medium length
Truth be told, nothing stands out.
"Not what I had in mind."
Excellent not great
I had not.
I did not.
These drama's are good mostly, but they tend to leave out important details a lot.
"Not very interesting"
This book came off as an uninteresting and not very insightful textbook.
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