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La Barynia (La lumière des justes #2)

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Mass Market Paperback, 374 pages
Published January 4th 1994 by J'ai Lu (first published January 1st 1967)
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Talal Mogeem
رواية من خمس اجزاء رائعة جدا. نجح الكاتب في تصوير ادق تفاصيل هذه الحقبة الزمنية وكأن القارئ يشاهد فيلم ملون بالصوت والصورة.
Book 2- Барыня (The Lady) (La lumière des justes #2)
Fans of Ken Follet’s Pillars of the Earth series would enjoy that historical piece taken place in 1820’s Russian villages and St. Petersburg. Main characters of the book Nikolay Ozarev and his wife Sophie are well defined. Reading this book, you get a feel for the life of peasants and gentry and the boredom of the village life that taken place in the first half of the book, gradually moving to St. Petersburg and introducing Decembrist ideas f
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البداية جميلة جدا ... وصف لروسيا القصيرية ...
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