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Эмигрант второй волны - Д.Д.... More > Гойченко - свидетель продразверстки и страшного голода на Украине, начала и апогея репрессий 30-х гг. и сам - жертва репрессий - оставляет после себя подробные записи. Печатается по рукописям, найденным Евгением Зудиловым в архивах Сан Франциско.< Less
Неточка Незванова By Фёдор Достоевский
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УЛИЦА НАДЕЖДЫ By ИРИНА РОДКИНА
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Как часто окружающий мир... More > показывал вам свое злое лицо? Патрику не раз приходится противостоять тяжелым испытаниям. Любовь помогает ему преодолевать превратности судьбы, но порой самое искреннее чувство оказывается мимолетной вспышкой, а самая глубокая привязанность оборачивается предательством. Отказавшийся от чувственных переживаний главный герой встречает Ее. Патрик понимает, что вся его жизнь была подготовкой к этому событию, но, обретя настоящую любовь, может ли он надеяться на взаимность?< Less
Неточка Незванова By Фёдор Достоевский
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pozdney oseni burye kraski By Alexandra Borosova
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The Kingdom of God Is Within You: Leo Tolstoy By LogoStar Press
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"The Kingdom of God Is Within You" is a non-fiction work written by Leo Tolstoy, and was first published in Germany in 1894, after being banned in his home country of Russia. The title of... More > the book is taken from Luke 17:21. In the book Tolstoy speaks of the principle of nonresistance when confronted by violence, as taught by Jesus. A book that became the pillar of Mahatma Gandhi's ahimsa theory , and which finally led to the independence of India.< Less
The Kingdom of God Is Within You: Leo Tolstoy By LogoStar Press
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"The Kingdom of God Is Within You" is a non-fiction work written by Leo Tolstoy, and was first published in Germany in 1894, after being banned in his home country of Russia. The title of... More > the book is taken from Luke 17:21. In the book Tolstoy speaks of the principle of nonresistance when confronted by violence, as taught by Jesus. A book that became the pillar of Mahatma Gandhi's ahimsa theory , and which finally led to the independence of India.< Less
A Month In the Country By Ivan Turgenev
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Following the 1872 premiere, the play was not performed again until 1879, when it became a regular part of the Russian repertoire. In the introduction to his 1994 English translation, Richard... More > Freeborn wrote: Turgenev's comedy has often been called Chekhovian, even though it preceded Chekhov's mature work by more than forty years. The happiest irony surrounding the play's survival is that its ultimate success was due more than anything to the popularity of Chekhov's work and the kind of ensemble playing which Stanislavsky fostered at the Moscow Art Theatre. It was his production in 1909, when he played the role of Rakitin, that finally demonstrated the true brilliance of Turgenev's long-neglected play.< Less
Fathers and Sons By Ivan Turgenev
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Ivan Turgenev’s Fathers and Sons explores generational differences and their tragic consequences. The story centers around Arkady and Bazarov, two young men who return home from college to a... More > world that has remained static. They have changed but must now redefine old relationships, both their friendship with one another and their relationships with their fathers. The main conflict of the novel is between the nihilistic Bazarov, who espouses a strictly materialistic attitude toward life, and Pavel Petrovich Kirsanov, an uncle of Arkady’s, who upholds the aristocratic tradition in the face of Bazarov’s ridicule.Fathers and Sons originally aroused controversy in Russia, with both radicals and conservatives disturbed by the portrait of Bazarov - an energetic, cynical, and self-assured nihilist who repudiates the romanticism of his elders.< Less
Fathers and Sons By Ivan Turgenev
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Ivan Turgenev’s Fathers and Sons explores generational differences and their tragic consequences. The story centers around Arkady and Bazarov, two young men who return home from college to a... More > world that has remained static. They have changed but must now redefine old relationships, both their friendship with one another and their relationships with their fathers. The main conflict of the novel is between the nihilistic Bazarov, who espouses a strictly materialistic attitude toward life, and Pavel Petrovich Kirsanov, an uncle of Arkady’s, who upholds the aristocratic tradition in the face of Bazarov’s ridicule.< Less

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