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В своей повести А.Гайдар рассказывает о предвоенном времени, о пионерах и их благородных делах. Вступительную статью "Об авторе" и послесловие написал Ф.Эбин.Для учащихся начальной школы.
Published (first published 1940)
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Sep 19, 2015 Stfrnz rated it it was ok  ·  review of another edition
This was a great example of how politics can ruin things. The characters are quite amusing, the humour is constantly great - I love the style of how everyone is treating everyone else like shit around them, typical Eastern-Europeans! - and the intentions are basically good, people are helping each other and the bad kids get their pay. It's all very nice, but.

It's so damn communist!

What did I expect anyway? My parents had to learn Russian and they practiced reading with this book. I think it's st
Петър Стойков

Противно на очакването ми обаче, повестите на Гайдар не са плоска комунистическа пропаганда – всъщност даже напротив. Да, той е комунист, червеноармеец, обикновено селско момче, без никакъв писателски талант (съдя по текстовете му). Но описанията му на събитията на които сам е бил свидетел могат да бъдат наистина проникновени, ако човек знае за какво става дума...
Поредната тъпотия по задължителната програма за четене от времето на българо-съветската „дружба“. С голяма мъка я свърших. Поредната пропагандна книга, уж възпитаваща някакви морални ценности, но най-вече показваща кое поведение се толерира от режима. :)
Четох я преди много години, но имам приятни спомени от нея. Може да я препрочета вбъдеще. Засега е около 3.5
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Arkadi Petrovich Golikov, better known as Arkadiy Gaidar (Russian: Аркадий Гайдар), was a Soviet writer, whose stories were very popular among Soviet children.
He was born in Lgov town, Imperial Russia (now in Kursk Oblast, Russia), to a family of a teacher. Gaidar spent his childhood in Arzamas. In August of 1918 Gaidar became a member of the Bolsheviks, volunteering for the Red Army in December o
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