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"Poedinok" - povest' Aleksandra Ivanovicha Kuprina, opublikovannaya v 1905 godu.

V povesti opisyvaetsya istoriya konflikta molodogo podporuchika Romashova so starshim oficerom, kotoryj razvivaetsya na fone stolknoveniya romanticheskogo mirovozzreniya intelligentnogo yunoshi s mirom zaholustnogo pekhotnogo polka, s ego provincial'nymi nravami, mushtroj i poshlost'yu oficerskogo obshchestva. Samoe znachitel'noe proizvedenie v tvorchestve Kuprina.
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  • 09-02-21

Amazing

Too bad that Alexander Kuprin is not as well-known as Tolstoy or Dostoyevsky. He is a real genius. Really enjoyed listening to this the narrator did an amazing job too.
Kuprin’s greatest gift was describing the intricacies of the human soul, the storms of emotions. Raw honesty about the human condition is what touched my heart when I was listening to it.