The battalions are asked to fire (version №1)

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The battalions are asked to fire (version №1)

Author: Yuri Bondarev
Title: The battalions are asked to fire (version №1)
Genre: Classical
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The story "The battalions are asked to fire" published in 1957. This book, as well as the next, as if a logical continuation of "Battalions ..." - "The latest salvos", "Silence" and "Two" - brought the author Yuri Bondarev their fame and recognition readers. Each of these works became an event in the literary life, each caused a lively debate. These books were translated into many languages \u200b\u200bof the world, stood for more than sixty books. Military literature we have quite extensive, a tribute to military subjects have given many outstanding writers. However, Yuri Bondarev in the "battalion ..." managed to find and develop their own line, its course in wide literary stream. Without wishing to create a comprehensive picture of the war, the author lays the basis for product specific battle scene, one of many on countless battlefields and inhabits his story quite specific people - ordinary soldiers and officers - the rank and file of the great army. Writer-depth study of the Soviet psychology of the person, often in tragic circumstances, and reveals his true heroism. Indeed, the image of the war, Yuri Bondarev threatening and violent. And the events described in the story "The battalions are asked to fire" deeply tragic. But now, with the distance of time, we are proud of the new judge and a strong spirit of Soviet soldiers deliberately going to die for the sake of his people, for the sake of future victory. High humanism, love and trust to man a full page story.


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