Every Russian Novel Ever

This is probably true for every 'classical Russian novel' we've read in school during our Russian literature classes:

  1. A Philosophical Murder 
  2. A Washerwoman Is Insulted
  3. The Student’s Emotional Isolation Is Complete 
  4. The Estate Is Sold Off 
  5. Uuuuuughhhh 
  6. An Argument That Is Mostly In French 
  7. It’s Very Cold Out And Love Does Not Exist Also
  8. The Nihilist Buffs His Fingernails While Society Crumbles 
  9. There Is No God
  10. 400 Pages Of A Single Aristocratic Family’s Slow, Alcoholic Decline
  11. Is This A Dinner Party Or Is This Hell?
  12. The Wedding Is Interrupted
  13. Friendship Among The Political Prisoners
  14. A Lackluster Duel
  15. The Countess Attempts Suicide
  16. Back From Siberia, Unexpectedly
  17. A Fit of Impetuousness
  18. Someone Middle-Class Does Something Awful
  19. A Prostitute Listens To A Ninety-Page Philosophical Manifesto
  20. I Advise You To Display More Emotional Control In The Future
  21. The Manservant Dies Alone
  22. Is This A Murder Mystery Or An Exploration Of The Nature Of Religious Faith? Turns Out, A Little Bit Of Both
  23. The Mayor Tells A Self-Serving Lie
  24. The Countess Finds Religion
  25. New Political Waves of Liberalism, Radicalism, and Nihilism Wash Over Russia
  26. The Time When We Might Have Found Happiness Together Has Passed
Thanks for this, The Toast (and they also have Every English Novel Ever piece)

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