Youth


Read by Bill Boerst

(4.5 stars; 17 reviews)

Youth is the third in Tolstoy's trilogy of three autobiographical novels, including Childhood and Boyhood, published in a literary journal during the 1850s. (Introduction by Bill Boerst) (6 hr 21 min)

Chapters

Chapters 1-4 29:49 Read by Bill Boerst
Chapters 5-8 20:33 Read by Bill Boerst
Chapters 9-12 31:34 Read by Bill Boerst
Chapters 13-16 36:22 Read by Bill Boerst
Chapters 17-20 32:03 Read by Bill Boerst
Chapters 21-24 38:31 Read by Bill Boerst
Chapters 25-28 38:05 Read by Bill Boerst
Chapters 29-32 39:48 Read by Bill Boerst
Chapters 33-36 36:07 Read by Bill Boerst
Chapters 37-40 29:23 Read by Bill Boerst
Chapters 41-45 49:03 Read by Bill Boerst

Reviews


(4.5 stars)

to the reader----- try to read with excitement and surprise. but other things are perfect.

More articulation please


(3.5 stars)

Actually mostly a good reading, and grant, it is early Tolstoy, but a passage like “Would you like to see them too?” in chapter 20 (just an example, not an obvious high point) - yes, the character is bored, but the reader sounds flat and bored, which tends to make the chapter(s) just go by indistinctly. This is only sometimes a problem, but it is sometimes a problem, I think.

Wonderful reader, thank you so much!!!


(5 stars)