Russians Named Most Important Books About Great Patriotic War

More than 90 per cent of Russians consider it necessary to read books about the war as part of the school curriculum, and most respondents named the novel “The Dawns Here Are Quiet” by Boris Vasilyev as the most important book, TASS reports with reference to the data provided by the MyBook service.  

It is specified that more than 95 per cent of Russians are sure that it is extremely important to get acquainted with the literature about the war, while 55 per cent of the respondents have already read and listened to more than 10 books about it.

More than 66 per cent of respondents consider the novel “The Dawns Here Are Quiet” by Boris Vasiliev which was filmed in 1972 as the most important book about the Great Patriotic War. The second place is taken by “The Fate of a Man” by Mikhail Sholokhov, in the third place is “The Story of a Real Man” by Boris Polevoy.

In addition, 93 per cent of those surveyed consider it important to read the literature about the war at school. In their opinion, such works help children in studying the history of their country (77 per cent), make it possible to better understand the value of life (62 per cent), see events through the eyes of eyewitnesses (44 per cent), and foster patriotic feelings (34 per cent).

Ru-Main, 08.05.2021 

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