96 jumoristicheskih rasskazov [96 Humorous Stories]
- Narrated by: Kirill Strelnikov
- Length: 3 hrs and 27 mins
- Unabridged Audiobook
- Release date: 07-01-14
- Language: Russian
- Publisher: Cdcom Publishing
Vospominanija odnogo mudrogo starika "Odnazhdy Anton Bobrov…" Sud'ba zheny professora O tom, kak rassypalsja odin chelovek Kassirsha Otec i doch' Proisshestvie na ulice "Odnazhdy Petja Gvozdikov…" Novye al'pinisty O Pushkine U Kolkova zabolela ruka Grjaznaja lichnost' Shapka Pozdravitel'noe shestvie Novyj talantlivyj pisatel' Lekcija "Kak legko cheloveku…" Vlast' Chetveronogaja vorona Upadanie "U nego byl takoj nos…" Pomeha "Vse ljudi ljubjat den'gi…" Prikljuchenija katerpillera "Na krovati metalsja…" "V tramvae sideli…" "Da, - skazal Kozlov…" Simfonija ? 2 Reabilitacija Hudozhnik i chasy "Gospodin nevysokogo rosta…" Rycari Amerikanskij rasskaz "Andrej Ivanovich pljunul…" "Kak izvestno, u Bezimenskogo…" "Ol'ga Forsh podoshla…" "U duraka iz vorotnika…" "No hudozhnik usadil naturshhicu…" "Kulakov uselsja v glubokoe…" Rycar' "U odnoj malen'koj devochki…" "Makarov! Podozhdi!.." "Rovno 56 let tomu nazad…" "Ja ne sovetuju est'…" Golubaja tetrad' ? 10 Sluchai Vyvalivajushhiesja staruhi Sonet Petrov i Kamarov Opticheskij obman Pushkin i Gogol' Stoljar Kushakov Sunduk Sluchaj s Petrakovym Istorija derushhihsja Son Matematik i Andrej Semenovich Molodoj chelovek udivivshij storozha Chetyre illjustracii togo, kak novaja ideja ogorashivaet cheloveka, k nej ne podgotovlennogo Poteri Makarov i Peterson Sud Lincha Vstrecha Neudachnyj spektakl' Tjuk! Chto teper' prodajut v magazinah Mashkin davil Koshkina Son draznit cheloveka Ohotniki Istoricheskij jepizod Fedja Davidovich Nachalo ochen' horoshego letnego dnja Pakin i Rakukin
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By Oleg on 26-03-14
Great narration, content may not be for everyone
What was most disappointing about Daniil Kharms’s story?
The stories purposefully do not make sense and are often morbid.
If you could rename 96 jumoristicheskih rasskazov [96 Humorous Stories], what would you call it?
96 morbid, nonsensical anecdotes (in Russian)
Any additional comments?
I purchased this book to brush up on my Russian, which has sadly stagnated since my childhood. The narrator cannot perform better for this purpose. The words are so crisp and well pronounced I cannot possibly miss a syllable. The tone of the narration is perfect for the content and type of humor, although the humor is sadly not my style at all.
I cannot recommend the content itself, however, unless you particularly enjoy often sad stories that seem to recount someone's hallucinations. I should have read the description better :).
Here is a simplified example of one of the anecdote plots: A girl dies. Her dad takes her to the morgue and buries her. When he gets home, she is already there, having come out of the grave. In shock, he dies. The girl buries him. He wasn't really dead, and returns home. The girl is surprised but does not say anything and grows up. They later laugh at having buried each other. In the end, they are both killed in a car crash.