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A collection of short stories, this is one of the best works ever written by Lermontov. The writer recounts the occurrence of certain incidents in the life of protagonist, Pechorin. The character of the protagonist is an amalgamation of different people from real life and seems capable of the vilest acts. Truly depicting the degenerating morality of current times, this is a thrilling work.
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Introduction by Timothy Binyon Translated by Vladimir and Dmitri Nabokov
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