Russian Literature Challenge 2020

Keely at A Common Reader is hosting another Russian Literature Challenge, hooray!  You would not believe the amount of Russian literature on my shelf.  Well, you would.  But it's a lot.  This challenge goes right along with my 2020 goals, and it's nice and relaxed, so I'm excited to join up.  Keely says:


Personally I'm not the greatest fan of challenges that have too many rules and regulations so I only have one: read as much (or as little) Russian literature in 2020 as you want to and share your thoughts if you so desire! I have a recommended reading list that I'll add the link to at the end of this post for ideas but how you define Russian literature is up to you.
  1.  Subtly Worded: stories by Teffi
  2.  Red Cavalry, by Isaac Babel
  3. The Unwomanly Face of War, by Svetlana Alexievich
  4. Virgin Soil, by Ivan Turgenev
  5. There Once Lived a Woman Who Tried to Kill Her Neighbor's Baby, by Ludmilla Petrushevskaya
  6. White Guard, by Mikhail Bulgakov
  7. Resurrection, by Lev Tolstoy

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