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Teen Book Review — Fathers and Sons


Title: Fathers and Sons

Author: Ivan Turgenev

Stars (out of 5): 3

Review: This was a required summer reading book that I enjoyed more than I thought I would. The story of nihilist Bazarov and his faithful admirer Arkady depicts Russian society in the 1860s but upon further reflection I found that the themes apply to my life today. The ideas of skepticism and the desire to fit in somewhere are universal and Turgenev does a wonderful job portraying this.

This review was written by a 12th grader.

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