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Resurrection by Leo Tolstoy
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Dec 17, 2008

bookshelves: never-finished-comma-good

Sentimental, moralistic, heavy-handedly didactic pot-boiler, and the plot is about as relevant to the contemporary American reader as court etiquette, but you can sink right into it, get lost in this wonderfully foreign world.
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