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This review is from: The Works of Fyodor Dostoyevsky (with active table of contents) (Kindle Edition)
When first getting a kindle there is a great temptation to download lots of complete works for a couple of pounds. You might find you're better served by just downloading individual volumes for free though if this is anything to go by.
Now I confess I'm only halfway through 'The Idiot' but the number of typos etc is quite disappointing. Not actually ruining my reading pleasure exactly but be warned.
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Initial post: 24 Oct 2011, 07:33:03 BST
GEOFFREY A REAVES says:
I found the same problem (vis lots of typos) with the "collected works" of Tolstoy. Particularly annoying as I would be quite happy to help sift them out free of charge if given the opportunity.
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