by Władysław Reymont
Animal fable of the Polish Nobel Prize winner (1924), inspired by the Bolshevik Revolution in Russia, and the Polish-Soviet War, which had just ended a year before the novel was serialised in 1922. Banned in Poland during the Communist years and only republished in this century, The Revolt of the Animals is now made available to the English audience for the first time in the translation of Charles S. Kraszewski. Comparisons to George Orwell’s later novel Animal Farm will naturally arise in the listener’s mind—and often, to the advantage of Reymont.
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