6 edition of Turgenev and the context of English literature, 1850-1900 found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 208-215) and index.
|LC Classifications||PG3443 .T85 1992|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 219 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||219|
|LC Control Number||91033769|
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Jones), and Ivan Turgenev and Britain (edited by Patrick Waddington) (all ), Glyn Turton's Turgenev and the Context of English Literature, (), Rachel May's The Translator in the Text: On Read-ing Russian Literature in English (), and Olga Kaznina's Russkie v Anglii (Russians in England, ), the main focus of Russian. In May , having reached his early thirties, Turgenev faced the necessity of returning from France to Russia--for financial reasons. Having sent his Diary of a Superfluous Man to the journal Notes of the Fatherland and his play The Student (which was later to become A Month in the Country) to the eminent poet and critic Nekrasov at the Contemporary journal, he had received payments that.
Most of this book is devoted to the first four of Turgenev's six novels (Rudin, Home of the Gentry, On the Eve, and Fathers and Sons). He's one of my favorite authors, I've enjoyed Richard Freeborn takes the title of his study on Turgenev from Henry James, who said: "Turgenev is in a peculiar degree what I may call the novelists' novelist--an /5(1). Ivan Sergeyevich Turgenev was a Russian novelist, poet, translate and short story writer. Because of him, Russian literature gained immense popularity in the west. Amazing Facts about Ivan Turgenev. He was fluent in English, French, and German. He was a philosophy graduate and also studied Russian literature.
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Turgenev and the Context of English Literature examines the cultural outlook in the Anglo-Saxon world in the second half of the nineteenth century by looking at the reception of Turgenev's work during the period.
By analysing the timing and quality of the contemporary English translations of Turgenev's work, and his influence on the work of a number of writers including Henry James and Turgenev and the context of English literature by: 6.
Book Description. Turgenev and the Context of English Literature examines the cultural outlook in the Anglo-Saxon world in the second half of the nineteenth century by looking at the reception of Turgenev's work during the period.
By analysing the timing and quality of the contemporary English translations of Turgenev's work, and his influence on the work of a number of writers including Henry. Get this from a library. Turgenev and the context of English literature, [Glyn Turton]. Get this from a library.
Turgenev and the context of English literature, [Glyn Turton] -- Examines the cultural outlook in the Anglo-Saxon world, in this period, through an analysis of the reception of Turgenev's work in translation in a number of writers including Henry James and George.
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Turgenev and the context of English literature, to deepen existing understanding of Turgenev's impact upon late nineteenth- century English literature by a concentrated study of his meaning for George Gissing and Henry James, and to study selected examples of English language translations of Turgenev's work in both their.
Ivan Sergeyevich Turgenev was born in Oryol (modern-day Oryol Oblast, Russia) to noble Russian parents Sergei Nikolaevich Turgenev (–), a colonel in the Russian cavalry who took part in the Patriotic War ofand Varvara Petrovna Turgeneva (née Lutovinova; –).His father belonged to an old, but impoverished Turgenev family of Tula aristocracy that traces its history to.
Ivan Turgenev, in full Ivan Sergeyevich Turgenev, (born October 28 [November 9, New Style],Oryol, Russia—died August 22 [September 3],Bougival, near Paris, France), Russian novelist, poet, and playwright whose major works include the short-story collection A Sportsman’s Sketches () and the novels Rudin (), Home of the Gentry (), On the Eve (), and Fathers and.
Fathers and Sons (Russian: «Отцы и дети»; Otcy i deti, IPA: [ɐˈtsɨ i ˈdʲetʲi]; archaic spelling Отцы и дѣти), also translated more literally as Fathers and Children, is an novel by Ivan Turgenev, published in Moscow by Grachev & Co.
It is one of the most acclaimed Russian novels of. Turgenev and the context of English literature, () Hommage au génie adolescent Mikhaïl Lermontov, Arthur Rimbaud et W.A.
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Ivan S. Turgenev (), Russian poet, playwright and author wrote Fathers and Sons (). Its central character Bazarov and his friend Arkady represent the nihilistic tendencies of the younger generation given to western free-thinking and revolt; "A nihilist is a man who does not bow to any authorities, who does not take any principle on trust, no matter with what respect that principle.
The life of Ivan Turgenev ( – ), the renowned Russian writer whose th jubilee was widely celebrated in Russia, France and Germany in latewas marked with vexing paradoxes. Of giant stature, he had a strikingly high voice, a loving and devoted character and never married.
French literature - French literature - From to Literature in the second half of the 19th century continued a natural expansion of trends already established in the first half. Intellectuals and artists remained acutely aware of the same essential problems. They continued to use the language of universalism, addressing themselves to the nature of man, his relationship with the.Synonyms for Turgenev in Free Thesaurus.
Antonyms for Turgenev. 2 synonyms for Turgenev: Ivan Sergeevich Turgenev, Ivan Turgenev. What are synonyms for Turgenev?TURGENEV, Ivan (Sergeevich) Nationality: : Orel, 28 October Education: Home; briefly at Armenian Institute and Weidenhammer's boarding school in Moscow; University of Moscow, ; University of St.
Petersburg, ; University of Berlin, ; completed master's exam in St. Petersburg, Career: Civil servant in Ministry of the Interior, ; then mainly.