The Seven Who Were Hanged is one of the most famous novels by celebrated Russian writer Leonid Nikolayevich Andreyev (1871-1919). The story, recounting the final hours of seven people sentenced to death by hanging following a secret trial, shocked Russian society. Andreyev presents his characters - five would-be terrorists and two common criminals - with great pathos and human sympathy, forcing the listener to confront the uncomfortable moral realities of capital punishment.
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