“The doleful, ugly sounds became entangled in his whiskers.”
Maxim Gorky was a Russian writer who pioneered the socialist realism literary style of writing. His magnum opus, Mother, is considered to be one of the greatest classics of world literature and has been translated into many languages.
The story revolves around a hard-working peasant woman who faces domestic assaults by her husband. A revolutionary tale of the struggles of an uneducated woman, Mother, raises the suppressed voices of the working-class people and depicts the power of dignity of an individual.
Written in 1906, the book is an emotional treat to the soul, showing the protective and selfless concerns of a mother for the crushed spirit of her people.
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