Publish date: February 9th 2012
Pages no: 170
Edition language: English
“Tomorrow, tomorrow—Ah, but if only I could set things right tomorrow, and be born again, and rise again from the dead!”The Gambler is hoping that he can change someday! "Tomorrow, maybe!" He says. Then, tomorrow comes and nothing happens! "Ok .. No problem! I'll change .. Tomorrow!" And tomorrow co...
FD FTW! A worthy reread. Aside from the general greatness, Grandmamma has to be one of the best matriarchs outside Austen
I have read the book in the language of the original, so I just randomly chose the edition to post the review. What can I say? Every time I read Dostoevsky, I have that urge to send most of the writers I have read to some sort of writing school, I think of his talent that highly. I know very few wri...
Another re-read - some things are :Just:Too:Good: to leave alone-----------------------------------------mp3 - How much fun, Patricia Routledge doing a Mrs Bouquet/Bucket via the medium of 'Granny'; out loud laughs here in abundance.The Gambler - by Fyodor Dostoevsky - BBC Radio Drama - cheops------...
given to me by my mom in the summer of 2008Narrated by the character Alexei, a tutor to a wealthy Russian general, this book is mildly inspired by the own author’s experiences with gambling. Alexei is madly in love with Polina, the general’s daughter, and will do anything she tells him to, in action...
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