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These names are so hard to say.

QuestionAnswerAdditional Notes
Crime and Punisment Dostoyevsky
The Idiot Dostoyevsky
Notes from the Underground Dostoyevsky
The Brothers Karamazov Dostoyevsky Last novel by Dostoyevsky
One Day in the Life of Ivan Denisovich Solzhenitsyn
The First Circle Solzhenitsyn
Cancer Ward Solzhenitsyn
The Gulag Archipelago Solzhenitsyn
"How Much Land Does a Man Need?" Tolstoy
Death of Ivan Ilyich Tolstoy
War and Peace Tolstoy
Anna Karenina Tolstoy
Cherry Orchard Chekhov
The Seagull Chekhov
Three Sisters Chekhov
Uncle Vanya Chekhov
Dead Souls Gogol Never Finished
The Overcoat Gogol
The Nose Gogol
Diary of a Madman Gogol
The Master and Margarita Bulgakov
The Heart of a Dog Bulgakov
Dr. Zhivago Pasternak
My Sister, Life Pasternak
The Bronze Horseman Pushkin About a statue of Peter the Great
Queen of Spades Pushkin
Sportsman Sketches Turgenev
Diary of a Superfluous Man Turgenev
Fathers and Sons Turgenev
Torrents of Spring Turgenev
Pale Fire Nabokov 999 line poem written by fictional poet John Shade
Lolita Nabokov
Speak, Memory Nabokov Autobiography
Twenty-six Men and a Girl Gorky
The Lower Depths Gorky
A Hero of Our Time Lermontov About a superfluous man Pechorin
Demon Lermontov
Prussian Nights Solzhenitsyn About rape and murder of a young woman by soldiers
Eugene Onegin Pushkin
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