What is an anthology, if not an amalgamation of words?
In this first in the 20-BEST series, we bring to you short stories and classics from a land that is as enigmatic as intriguing. Russian short stories are world famous for their story-telling flow—natural, simple, and veracious—as well as the equally famous Russian authors. A 360-degree contrast from the tales of our country, from the social makeup of our society, our beliefs, customs and legends, these stories open up a new world on each page.
With stories like The Bet and Vanka by Chekhov, God sees the truth but waits by Leo Tolstoy, The Queen of Spades by Alexander Pushkin, Her Lover and One Autumn Night by Gorky, The Cloak by Gogol, The Signal by Garshin, this book is a compilation of 20 famous Russian short stories. Each story is beautiful in its own style, holding the readers spellbound.
Time to indulge in some old-world charm all the way from Russia.