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The Works of Ivan Turgenev By Ivan Turgenev
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This collection of the works of Ivan Turgenev, 1818-1883, contains the following works: Novels: Rudin, A House Of Gentlefolk, On the Eve, Fathers and Children, Smoke, Virgin Soil Short Stories... More > and Short Story Collections: A Sportsman's Sketches, The Inn, Yakov Pasinkov, First Love, Mumu, The Dog, Lieutenant Yergunov's Story, Knock, Knock, Knock, The Torrents of Spring Veshnie Vody, Punin and Baburin, The Watch, Dream Tales and Prose Poems, A Desperate Character and other stories, The Jew, and other stories, The Diary of a Superfluous Man, and other stories< Less
Turgenev nitzshianetz By S. Volozhin
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С. Воложин ТУРГЕНЕВ... НИЦШЕАНЕЦ Вы... More > будете смеяться. Автор открыл, что Тургенев вовсе не реалист, как всегда учили в школе. < Less
Ivan Sergeevich Turgenev, kokoelma By Ivan Sergeevich Turgenev
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Ivan Sergeevich Turgenev, [Oct. 28 1818 – Sep. 3, 1883) oli kuuluisa venäläinen kirjailija. Tässä kirjassa: Asja Translator: K. S. —s Kuningas Lear arolla Translator:... More > Samuli Suomalainen Luutnantti Jergunovin juttu Translator: Elisabeth Löfgren Metsämiehen muistelmia Translator: Samuli S.< Less
Literary Plays: Adaptations of Brontë, James, and Turgenev By Myron Tuman
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Literary Plays presents contemporary, dramatic adaptations of three 19th-century literary giants: Charlotte Brontë, Henry James, and Ivan Turgenev. By the Author of Jane Eyre focuses on the... More > tempestuous two years Brontë spent in Brussels and the literary masterpiece, Villette, that records the great love and great emotional crisis of that experience. Another Turn of the Screw reworks James’s best known story, throwing new light on the long suppressed pedophilic impulse at its core, and thus can be read in conjunction with new interest in James charted in Colm Tóibín’s novel, The Master. First Love is an unabashed tribute to the Turgenev perfect story on the strength and weakness of the human heart. The retelling is simple and straightforward, drawing lovingly upon Tchaikovsky’s Children’s Album.< Less
Literary Plays: Adaptations of Brontë, James, and Turgenev By Myron Tuman
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Literary Plays presents contemporary, dramatic adaptations of three 19th-century literary giants: Charlotte Brontë, Henry James, and Ivan Turgenev. By the Author of Jane Eyre focuses on the... More > tempestuous two years Brontë spent in Brussels and the literary masterpiece, Villette, that records the great love and great emotional crisis of that experience. Another Turn of the Screw reworks James’s best known story, throwing new light on the long suppressed pedophilic impulse at its core, and thus can be read in conjunction with new interest in James charted in Colm Tóibín’s novel, The Master. First Love is an unabashed tribute to the Turgenev perfect story on the strength and weakness of the human heart. The retelling is simple and straightforward, drawing lovingly upon Tchaikovsky’s Children’s Album.< Less
A Sportsman's Sketches (Hardcover) By Ivan Turgenev
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The first work by Ivan Turgenev to attain wide attention, A Sportsman's Sketches is a collection of short stories mostly set amid Russia's rural population of serfs and peasants. Written by Turgenev... More > in response to the stark poverty and injustices he witnessed in Russia, the stories here depict various encounters with peasants, while the narrator himself remains unseen. Each different tale illustrates a different injustice, with characters often ordinary peasants scraping a living off the land. Others, such as the dwarf Kasyan, combine a love of folklore with a distaste for the society they live and work within. Some peasants are kindly and popular, while others are thrifty and wise - in spite of their shared circumstances, Turgenev paints a picture of a countryside which contained both arable beauty and social neglect. Although some of Turgenev's stories are short anecdotes which state a simple point before concluding, others colourfully expound upon their subjects and environment.< Less
A Sportsman's Sketches By Ivan Turgenev
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The first work by Ivan Turgenev to attain wide attention, A Sportsman's Sketches is a collection of short stories mostly set amid Russia's rural population of serfs and peasants. Written by Turgenev... More > in response to the stark poverty and injustices he witnessed in Russia, the stories here depict various encounters with peasants, while the narrator himself remains unseen. Each different tale illustrates a different injustice, with characters often ordinary peasants scraping a living off the land. Others, such as the dwarf Kasyan, combine a love of folklore with a distaste for the society they live and work within. Some peasants are kindly and popular, while others are thrifty and wise - in spite of their shared circumstances, Turgenev paints a picture of a countryside which contained both arable beauty and social neglect. Although some of Turgenev's stories are short anecdotes which state a simple point before concluding, others colourfully expound upon their subjects and environment.< Less
First Love By Ivan Turgenev
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First Love is a classic tale of romance by Russian author Ivan Turgenev, famous for its autobiographical overtones. Originally published in 1860, the story begins at a party in which three... More > middle-aged men are each telling the tale of their first love. When our protagonist Vladimir Petrovich has his turn to tell his, he proposes to write it down in a notebook and read it. Herein we are told about Vladimir's sixteen year old self, who is staying with his family in the countryside, wherein he meets his new neighbour Zinaida Alexandrovna Zasyekina. Although the girl is five years his senior, the young Vladimir falls for her immediately. However the beautiful and mischievous Zinaida has other suitors, and many are better placed in life compared with the teenage Vladimir…< Less
First Love (Hardcover) By Ivan Turgenev
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First Love is a classic tale of romance by Russian author Ivan Turgenev, famous for its autobiographical overtones. Originally published in 1860, the story begins at a party in which three... More > middle-aged men are each telling the tale of their first love. When our protagonist Vladimir Petrovich has his turn to tell his, he proposes to write it down in a notebook and read it. Herein we are told about Vladimir's sixteen year old self, who is staying with his family in the countryside, wherein he meets his new neighbour Zinaida Alexandrovna Zasyekina. Although the girl is five years his senior, the young Vladimir falls for her immediately. However the beautiful and mischievous Zinaida has other suitors, and many are better placed in life compared with the teenage Vladimir…< Less
The Diary of a Superfluous Man and Other Stories By Ivan Turgenev
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Ivan Sergeyevich Turgenev (1818-1883) was a great Russian novelist and playwright. Diary of a Superfluous Man,was published in 1850 . Turgenev created one of the first literary portraits of the... More > alienated man. He once said that there was a great deal of himself in the unsuccessful lovers who appear in his fiction. This failure, along with painful self-consciousness, is a central fact for the ailing Chulkaturin in this melancholy tale. As he reflects on his life, he tells the story of Liza, whom he loved, and a prince, whom she loved instead, and the curious turns all their lives took.< Less

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Our World Our World By Deleah Payne
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