Happiness – Pyotr Pavlenko

In this post, we will see the book Happiness by Pyotr Pavlenko.

About the book

The novel Happiness (1947; State Prize of the USSR) was inspired by author’s experience during the restoration of the Crimea’s economy. The hero, the Communist Voropaev, is depicted comprehensively and in depth.

> A novel about postwar reconstruction in the Crimea; considered a Cult of Stalin novel: “a crude contribution to the Party’s campaign against Cosmopolitanism”

The book was translated from Russian by J. Fineberg, and was designed by A. Radishchev . The book was published in 1950 by Foreign Languages Publishing House.

Original scan from Digital Library of India project. Credits to original uploader.

You can get the book here.

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Contents

PART ONE

CHAPTER ONE 13
CHAPTER TWO 105
CHAPTER THREE 134
CHAPTER FOUR 178
CHAPTER FIVE 220
CHAPTER SIX 263

Part TWO

CHAPTER SEVEN 333
CHAPTER EIGHT  370
CHAPTER NINE 445
CHAPTER TEN 494
CHAPTER ELEVEN 524
CHAPTER TWELVE  586

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