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Published after Pushkin’ death, Dubrovsky is also an unfinished novel that tells the story of a young Vladimir Dubrovsky whose lands are snatched by an aristocrat. Infuriated, Dubrovsky rebels and revolts against this injustice and turns into a Robin Hood of sorts. He then, however, falls in love with the aristocrat’s daughter, which predicts his doom.
What makes this book stand out?
The classic tragedy of events.
Read it for
The themes of justice, and historical insight into the administration of land in Russia in those times.
Don't read it for
And again, this book does not have an ending!