It’s a classic for a reason … the interactions are just flawless and crude and skin deep … made me think a lot about the relationship I have with my own father and brother …
Gonna wait a few months and recap it for sure
The narrator is a champion at using distinctive voices without any help from dialect or accents. Bazarov's is unforgettable, and the performance brings out for me as reading the book never has the qualities and even lovableness of the hero---never mind that he supposedly rejects contemporary aesthetics and conventions; mostly, he wishes to shock, and he does. That' a familiar phenomenon. He's so young, and his death is a terrible waste.
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