Ladies

The importance of women and their influence can never be underestimated. This story vividly shows how in 19th century Russia women pull strings behind scenes to influence even the...

Short Stories By Anton Chekhov: The Bet And Other Stories

This volume of Chekhov stories offers a unique selection each touching upon fundamentally important subjects such as the purpose and value of life, what it takes to be human,...

The Bet

Would you go into voluntary solitary confinement for 15 years in order to get rich? And more importantly what would happen to you in the end? Our protagonist, the banker agrees to...

Stories Of Leo Tolstoy

A collection of short stories from one of the most famous writers of very long novels Leo Tolstoy, including: Ilyas, Little Girls Wiser Than Men, The Coffee-House of Surat. 'For...

The 5 Human Types: Vocations For Each Type

Every individual should find a vocation furnishing that one of the three kinds of work for which he has the greatest ability. Then he should go into the particular branch of that...

Easy Russian For English Speakers: Speak Russian In Colour, Express Emotions, Discuss Weather, Art, Music, Film, Likes And Dislikes

This Russian language audio course includes elements of Russian grammar, vocabulary and cultural content complete with dialogues and texts recorded by native Russian speakers...

The 5 Human Types: The Thinker, The Hungry Philosopher

I never saw a book without wanting to read it,' said a Cerebral friend to us the other day. This expresses the interest every person of this type has in the printed page. 'I never...

Mumu

An audio book adaptation of Turgenev's story set on the outskirts of Moscow, in the house of an old widow. The story was written in 1854 by Ivan Turgenev, a great Russian...

The Fish

On a hot summer day two carpenters, Gerasim and Lyubim, sit in a pond, floundering about in the water under a willow tree, beside the unfinished bathing shed they were supposed to...

The Heavenly Christmas Tree

I am a novelist, and I suppose I have made up this story. I write 'I suppose,' though I know for a fact that I have made it up, but yet I keep fancying that it must have happened...

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