Reviews by Khadija

The Seven Who Were Hanged

by Leonid Andreyev

A wry, mediocre story full of pathos, on the 'plight' of those innocent revolutionaries who in real life eventually destroyed Russia and half of Europe. Hanging was too good for them! If only the Tsar of those times was as tough on them as he should have been, the world would still be normal.

Reviewed on 2011.01.04

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