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The life of the Nikolaai Ostrovsky was hot and short, only to produce one volume, "How was steel tempered?" Born in 1904 as the son of a poor worker in Urakraina, he joined the Red Army at the age of fifteen in 1919, suffering serious injuries to the abdomen and tofu. After that, he worked as an electrician assistant at Chief and then transferred to Typhus and acute rheumatism to the Minakaru nursing home. In 1924, he was given the qualifications that he had hoped for, but his health deteriorated and he finally became a victim of unrest and blindness. It was 23 years old. Despite his terrible misfortune, in his desire to contribute somehow to socialist construction, he embarked on a task of rescuing the beautiful people who had gone through the cataclysmic epochs and histories of his own from the oblivion through his record. The fruit of four years of hard work is how steel is tempered. Ostrowski died in 1936 at the age of 32.  카톑【ABO331γ€‘ν…”λ ˆγ€KC98K】라인【SPR331】 λ‚¨μ„±λ°œκΈ°μ œ μ— μŠˆνƒ€μΈ μ •ν’ˆμœΌλ‘œ νŒλ§€ν•˜κ³ μžˆμŠ΅λ‹ˆλ‹€ μ•ˆμ „ν•œ 배솑 μ„œλΉ„μŠ€ μ–΄λ– ν•œ μ œν’ˆμ„ κ΅¬μž…ν•˜μ…”λ„ λͺ¨λ“  배솑비가 무료 μ˜€ν›„ 3μ‹œμ΄μ „ μž…κΈˆμžμ— ν•œν•΄μ„œ μ„œλΉ„μŠ€ λΉ„μ•„ & μ‹œμ•Œ 택1 μ„œλΉ„μŠ€ 2μ•Œ μ¦μ •κΉŒμ§€ μžˆμŠ΅λ‹ˆλ‹€. 그리고 λͺ¨λ“  상담원이 24μ‹œκ°„ 365일 λŒ€κΈ°μ€‘ μ‹ λ’°μ„±μžˆλŠ” 업체 μž…λ‹ˆλ‹€. νšŒμ›κ°€μž…μ΄ ν•„μš” μ—†μŠ΅λ‹ˆλ‹€ κ³ κ°λ‹˜λ“€μ˜ κ°œμΈμ •λ³΄λŠ” μ€‘μš”ν•©λ‹ˆλ‹€. This book is an autobiographical novel by Ostruffsky, which expresses ideal socialist man through the sub-parchocchakin. In the exploitation of capitalism - at that time Russia was more an agrarian-based feudal society than a capitalist one, so it seems better to be exploited by feudalism-the main content of this book is how boy facebear is reborn as a revolutionary warrior. It is also a historical novel that spans the October Revolution, the Korean War, the New Economic Policy period, Lenin's death, and Stalin's domination of power. Pavel is also striving to realize his struggle for the construction of socialism in the midst of not being normal body due to malicious rheumatism, as Ostrowovskii has lost his sight. I was fascinated by the title when I was a freshman in college a decade ago, but I have not read it yet. I do not know what would have happened if I had read it at the time, but now I feel a bit stuffy. Of course I can not deny that the protagonist is a great human being, and the world he hoped for must be a world I am dreaming of, but I wonder if a human being would be right to serve his ideology while thoroughly abandoning himself. As a result, it is true that the world that many people built at the cost of sacrificing the power of the totalitarian, such as Stalin, eventually ... Well.... The Trotskyists who were described as rebels in this book were wrong
How is steel tempered?