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S. ツルゲーネフ, 1818-1883Ivan Turgenev, SrSiergiejewicz Turgieniew, Iwan.Ṭarjan̲īv, Aivān̲, 1818-1883Toergenev, I.S., 1818-1883Toergenew, Iwan S., 1818-1883Toergenjev, I.S., 1818-1883Toergenjev, Ivan, 1818-1883Toergenjew, Ivan, 1818-1883Toergenjew, Ivan S.Toergenjew, Iwan, 1818-1883Toergenjew, Iwan S., 1818-1883Toergenjew, Iwan Sergejewitsj, 1818-1883Tourgenev, Ivan SergeevitchTourgenev Ivan Sergeevitch 1818-1883Tourgenief, Ivan, 1818-1883Tourgeniev, Ivan SergîeevichTourghenieff, Ivan, 1818-1883Tourguenef, Ivan.Tourguenef, Ivan SergeevitchTourguéneff, I.Tourguéneff, I., 1818-1883Tourguéneff, Ivan.Tourguéneff, Ivan, 1818-1883Tourgueneff, Ivan SergeevitchTourgueneff, Ivan Sergueïevitch, 1818-1883Tourgueneff, Yvan 1818-1883Tourguenev, I.Tourguénev, IvanTourguénev, Ivan, 1818-1883Tourguénev, Ivan SergeevitchTourguenev, Ivan SergheievitchTourguenev, Ivan Sergueevitch.Tourguenev, Ivan Sergueevitch 1818-1883Tourguenev, Ivan Sergueievitch, 1818-1883Tourguénief, Ivan.Tourguenief, Ivan SergeevitchTourguénieff, IvanTourguéniev, 1818-1883Tourguéniev, I.Tourgueniev, IvanTourguéniev, Iván, 1818-1883Tourguéniev, Ivan SergeevitchTourgueniev Ivan Sergheievitch 1818-1883Tourgueniev, Yvan SergeevitchTourguényev, Ivan Szergeevics, 1818-1883Tsurugēnefu 1818-1883Tu ge nie fu 1818-1883Tʻu-ko-nieh-fu, 1818-1883Tugeniefu, 1818-1883Tuó̂cghênhép, Ivan, 1818-1883Turgenef, I. 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(Иван Сергеевич), 1818-1883Тургенев, Иван Сергеевич.Тургенев, Иван Сергеевич, 1818-1883.Тургеневъ, Иванъ СергѣевичъТургењев, Иван Сергеjевич 1818-1883טורגיענעוו, א. ס.טורגניב, א. ס.טורגניב, א. ס., 1818־1883טורגניב, איבטורגניב, איוואן סרגיביץ׳, 1818־1883טורגניב, איוון, 1883־1818טורגניב, י.טורגניב, י.סטורגניוב, איבןטורגנייבטורגנייב, א. ס., 1818־1883טורגנייב, איוואן סרגיביץ׳, 1818־1883טורגעניעוו, א. ס., 1818־1883טורגעניעוו, אי. ס., 1818־1883טורגעניעוו, איוו. סערג., 1818־1883טורגעניעוו, איוואןטורגעניעוו, איון סרגיביץ', 1818-1883טורגעניעוו, י.סטורגעניעוו, י. ס., 1818־1883טורגעניעף, איוואןטורגעניעף, י.טורגעניעװ, א., 1818-1883טורגעניעװ, א. ס.טורגעניעװ, איװאן, 1818־1883טורגעניעװ, י. ס.טורגענעװ, אי. ס.إيفان ترجنيف، 1818-1883إيفان سيرجيفيتش تورجينيف، 1818-1883تورغينيف، ايفانتورغينيف، ايفان، 1818-1883ツルゲーニエフツルゲーネフツルゲーネフ, イヴァンツルゲーネフ, イワントゥルゲーニエフトゥルゲーネフ, イヴァン屠格捏夫, 1818-1883屠格涅夫, 1818-1883lccn-n50015174Garnett, Constance1861-1946trllccn-n50025698Freeborn, Richardauitrllccn-no94002366University of VirginiaLibraryElectronic Text Centerlccn-n50019138Hapgood, Isabel Florence1850-1928trllccn-n79029930Dostoyevsky, Fyodor1821-1881lccn-n79068416Tolstoy, Leograf1828-1910hnrlccn-n79056736Гоголь, Николай Васильевич1809-1852hnrlccn-n80008067Schapiro, Leonard1908-1983trllccn-n78091982James, Henry1843-1916auilccn-n79107813Magarshack, DavidtrlTurgenev, Ivan Sergeevich1818-1883FictionDomestic fictionRecords and correspondenceHistoryPolitical fictionDramaBiographyFrame-storiesCriticism, interpretation, etcDiary fictionRussiaTurgenev, Ivan Sergeevich,Manners and customsSocial historyFathers and sonsAuthors, RussianNihilism (Philosophy)Russian literatureRussian fictionCountry lifePeasantsArt appreciationRussia (Federation)Influence (Literary, artistic, etc.)LiteratureImaginary conversationsDeathRussian languageAuthorsEnglish literatureNihilismCivilizationAdolphe (Constant, Benjamin)Intellectual lifeChekhov, Anton Pavlovich,Tolstoy, Leo,--graf,Dostoyevsky, Fyodor,Russian fiction--AppreciationUnited StatesGreat BritainGogolʹ, Nikolaĭ Vasilʹevich,American fiction--Russian influencesOtt︠s︡y i deti (Turgenev, Ivan Sergeevich)RealismJames, Henry,Gissing, George,RevolutionariesCountry homesNovelists, RussianShort stories, RussianRussian dramaSocial problemsYouthAristocracy (Social class)Man-woman relationshipsConflict of generationsPolitical scienceCaldwell, Erskine,Soviet fictionSoviet literature1818188318251834184018431844184518471848184918501852185318541855185618571858185918601861186218631864186518661867186818691870187118721873187418751876187718781879188018811882188318841885188618871888188918901891189218931894189518961897189818991900190119021903190419051906190719081909191019111912191319141915191619171918191919201921192219231924192519261927192819291930193119321933193419351936193719381939194019411942194319441945194619471948194919501951195219531954195519561957195819591960196119621963196419651966196719681969197019711972197319741975197619771978197919801981198219831984198519861987198819891990199119921993199419951996199719981999200020012002200320042005200620072008200920102011201220132014136554687617454891.733PG3421ocn194374071ocn194374377ocn026365146ocn034412373ocn457985750ocn249875039ocn458087544ocn233648172ocn249874652ocn458087370ocn553597209ocn258085666ocn257620738ocn311281444ocn312943311ocn251732715ocn256937258ocn310454359ocn579028542ocn256068286ocn185467365ocn074504070ocn186939585ocn185698850ocn186376752ocn185509524ocn185576428ocn692030318ocn185509545ocn460380269ocn762780166ocn781211908ocn691819894ocn780251305ocn767005459ocn494711171ocn494719664ocn693955718ocn494675307ocn494727101ocn448288975ocn456811399ocn444643703ocn755102911ocn445667471ocn780710124ocn439661064ocn438741788ocn813560490ocn781236939ocn073762955ocn723950575ocn723717921ocn723721262ocn723887581ocn781434440ocn723674107ocn722701016ocn723117737ocn072051017ocn693468625ocn797318976ocn769783101ocn458327468ocn457507844ocn494731606ocn827005971ocn123506607ocn081614879ocn080248938ocn755126367ocn742976400Authors, Russian11068340ocn047008414book18620.28Turgenev, Ivan SergeevichFathers and sonsCriticism, interpretation, etcFictionStudy guidesDomestic fictionSet against the serene backdrop of the Russian countryside is the story of Arcady Kirsanov, a young man who returns from college to his father's country manor with his radical friend Bazarov in tow. The Kirsanovs' lives will change forever+-+94626902263242703173ocn679658509book18250.39Turgenev, Ivan SergeevichOn the eve a novelHistoryCriticism, interpretation, etcFictionOn the eve of the Crimean War, young Elena Nikolayevna finds herself courted by free-spirited sculptor Pavel Shubin and straight-laced student Andrei Bersyenev. The latter introduces her to Bulgarian student revolutionary Dmitri Insarov, whom she falls in love with and secretly marries. War and fate have further plans for Elena in this 1860 novel+-+21226902263242034130ocn003346684book18400.47Turgenev, Ivan SergeevichVirgin soilHistoryFictionTurgenev was the most liberal-spirited and unqualifiedly humane of all the great nineteenth-century Russian novelists, and in "Virgin Soil," his biggest and most ambitious work, he sought to balance his deep affection for his country and his people with his growing apprehensions about what their future held in store. At the heart of the book is the story of a young man and a young woman, torn between love and politics, who struggle to make headway against the complacency of the powerful, the inarticulate misery of the powerless, and the stifling conventions of provincial life. This rich and complex book, at once a love story, a devastating, and bitterly funny social satire, and, perhaps most movingly of all, a heartfelt celebration of the immense beauty of the Russian countryside, is a tragic masterpiece in which one of the world's finest novelists confronts the enduring question of the place of happiness in a political world+-+00977859451928106ocn001387019book10510.39Turgenev, Ivan SergeevichSmokeFictionPublished in 1867, Smoke contributed to Turgenev's ongoing argument with the Slavophiles and was to trigger his heated political quarrel with Dostoyevsky about the deplorable state of Mother Russia. Part love story, part political commentary, the novel tells of Litvinov, a quiet, ordinary young man, who travels to study European technology and scientific farming+-+K5583403361903241ocn001821759book18790.56Turgenev, Ivan SergeevichRudinHistoryFictionRudin is the first novel by Ivan Turgenev, a famous Russian writer best known for his short stories and the novel Fathers and Sons. Turgenev started to work on it in 1855, and it was first published in The Contemporary magazine in 1856; several changes were made by Turgenev in subsequent editions. It is perhaps the least known of Turgenev's novels.-- Excerpted from Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia+-+79589959653241895113ocn001296579book18950.35Turgenev, Ivan SergeevichFathers and childrenHistoryFictionRecords and correspondenceDomestic fictionTurgenev focuses on Bazarov, the nihilistic hero and the first in a long literary line of angry young men, whose life in turn illuminates the social, political and philosophical issues current in contemporary Russian society+-+9180594215123945ocn000683797book19290.31Turgenev, Ivan SergeevichFirst love : and other talesFictionFirst Love (Russian: Pervaya ljubov) is a novella by Ivan Turgenev, first published in 1860. It is one of his best loved and most celebrated pieces of short fiction.-- Excerpted from Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia+-+0088995965123368ocn001051701book18940.35Turgenev, Ivan SergeevichThe house of gentlefolk, and Fathers and childrenFictionOne of the most popular Russian novels of the nineteenth century, Turgenev's 1859 story of the offspring of an aristocratic father and serf mother mirrors his own life. Fyodor Ivanych Lavretsky experiences love and betrayal in Paris, and tragically ironic twists of fate upon his return home. Presented here in Constance Garnett's English translation+-+605386769611905ocn049295147file19960.25Turgenev, Ivan SergeevichVisions- a phantasyFiction11865ocn049295107file19960.25Turgenev, Ivan SergeevichDesperate11787ocn000711805book19660.31Turgenev, Ivan SergeevichFathers and sons : the author on the novel, contemporary reactions, essays in criticismFictionDomestic fictionSet against the serene backdrop of the Russian countryside is the story of Arcady Kirsanov, a young man who returns from college to his father's country manor with his radical friend Bazarov in tow. The Kirsanovs' lives will change forever11542ocn049294950file19970.25Turgenev, Ivan SergeevichThe living mummyFiction114818ocn057028428com19810.08Turgenev, Ivan SergeevichFathers and sonsHistoryFictionDomestic fiction"The story of Arcady Kirsanov, who returns from college to his father's country manor with Bazarov the Nihilist, a caustic, impatient man who believes in nothing and respects no one. Behind the chilling intellect of Arcady's radical friend lies a heart of compassion and kindness, a heart that will unwittingly change the Kirsanovs' lives forever."--Container+-+4816426996114063ocn001593993book18970.37Turgenev, Ivan SergeevichThe torrents of springFictionLove storiesTorrents of Spring, also known as Spring Torrents, is a novella written by Ivan Turgenev during 1870 and 1871 when he was in his fifties. The story is about a young 22 year old Russian landowner named Dimitry Sanin who fell deliriously in love for the first time while visiting the German city of Frankfurt. -- Excerpted from Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia+-+6711709285111719ocn000320974book19580.50Turgenev, Ivan SergeevichLiterary reminiscences and autobiographical fragmentsBiographyRecords and correspondenceFirst English translation of the literary memoirs of the great Russian novelist. Includes an essay on Turgenev by Edmund Wilson109530ocn001373889book18520.33Turgenev, Ivan SergeevichA sportsman's notebookFictionPolitical fictionThis collection of stories, Turgenev's first book, which depicts the relationships of serfs and masters in 19th century Russia, made the author famous while inspiring widespread indignation against the institution of serfdom+-+2095694215992252ocn004928373book18620.66Turgenev, Ivan SergeevichOtt︠s︡y i detiHistoryFictionRecords and correspondenceDomestic fictionKlassisk roman fra zartidens Rusland om konflikten mellem to generationer: den ældre, der ønsker at bevare samfundet som det er, og den yngre, der ønsker forandring og revolution+-+5468448036324867185ocn000263261book18520.79Turgenev, Ivan SergeevichZapiski okhotnika = A sportsman's sketchesFictionPolitical fictionShort storiesFrame-stories79413ocn022736825book19670.33Turgenev, Ivan SergeevichSketches from a hunter's albumFictionPolitical fictionFrame-stories+-+177099596578717ocn001748317book19340.47Turgenev, Ivan SergeevichThree famous plays: A month in the country, A provincial lady, A poor gentlemanDrama146412ocn002632631book19770.31Pritchett, V. SThe gentle barbarian : the life and work of TurgenevBiographyV.S. Pritchett, our foremost contemporary literary critic, himself a master of the short story, considers Turgenev's writing in depth, offering new insights into such works as A Month in the Country, First Love, Torrents of Spring, A Nest of Gentlefolk, Smoke, and of course, Turgenev's masterpiece, Fathers and Sons. The Gentle Barbarian is the work of one literary master about another; Pritchett's interpretation of his subject is at once subtle and charming, intimate and profound. - Jacket14226ocn003770669book19780.33Schapiro, LeonardTurgenev, his life and timesBiography+-+2247649215124313ocn000744659book19260.47Yarmolinsky, AvrahmTurgenev, the man, his art and his ageBiography8854ocn745022079file20080.50Andrew, JoeTurgenev and Russian culture essays to honour Richard PeaceCriticism, interpretation, etcBibliographyThe present volume has as its central aim a reassessment of the works of Ivan Turgenev for the twenty-first century. Against the background of a decline in interest in nineteenth-century literature the articles gathered here seek to argue that the period in general, and his work in particular, still have much to offer the modern sensibility. The volume also offers a great variety of approaches. Some of the contributors tackle major works by Turgenev, including Rudin and Smoke, while others address key themes that run through all his creative work. Yet others address his influence, as well as his broader relationship with Russian and other cultures. A final group of articles examines other key figures in Russian literary culture, including Belinskii, Herzen and Tolstoi. The work will therefore be of interest to students, postgraduates and specialists in the field of Russian literary culture. At the same time, they will stand as a tribute to the life and work of Professor Richard Peace, a long-standing specialist in nineteenth-century Russian literature, in whose honour the volume has been compiled+-+144875795487614ocn002407286book19490.53Cecil, DavidPoets and story-tellers; a book of critical essaysCriticism, interpretation, etcIl relève le dépouillement, la sévérité voulus par Constant dans le canevas et le style du roman8609ocn000320968book19600.50Freeborn, RichardTurgenev: the novelist's novelist, a studyCriticism, interpretation, etcA detailed study of the novels, their structure and philosophy, and the place of Turgenev in 19th century Russian literature8393ocn697519660com20100.50Reid, RobertTurgenev art, ideology, and legacyCriticism, interpretation, etc"Turgenev is in many ways the most enigmatic of the great nineteenth-century Russian writers. A realist, he was nevertheless drawn towards symbolism and the supernatural in his later career. Renowned for his authentic depictions of Russian life, he spent long periods in Europe and was more Western in outlook than many of his contemporaries. Though he stood aloof from politics, the major political issues of nineteenth-century Russia are central to his fiction. Interest in Turgenev remains strong in the twenty-first century, sustained by the amenability of his work to contemporary critical approaches and also by a recognition of the continuing relevance of his perspective on the perennial complexities of Russia's relations with Europe. This volume provides ample evidence of this interest. The chapters which comprise it are written by specialists on the writer and cover many aspects of Turgenev's creativity from his artistic method to such issues as the Jewish Question and Europe. It also examines his cultural legacy - in film and recent popular re-writes of his novels - as well as his influence on writers as diverse as Rozanov and Robert Dessaix. This work will be of interest to students, postgraduates and specialists in the field of Russian literary culture."--Publisher's website+-+52968579543248115ocn017952521book19880.47Knowles, A. VIvan TurgenevCriticism, interpretation, etcProvides in-depth analysis of the life, works, career, and critical importance of Ivan Turgenev8107ocn017803647book19850.27Troyat, HenriTurgenevBiography7885ocn156977903com20060.12Knapp, LizaThe giants of Russian literature Turgenev, Dostoevsky, Tolstoy, and ChekhovCriticism, interpretation, etcRussian literature of the 19th century is among the richest, most profound, and most human traditions in the world. This course explores that tradition by focusing on four giants: Ivan Turgenev, Fyodor Dostoevsky, Leo Tolstoy, and Anton Chekhov7472ocn000388501book19720.39Moser, Charles AIvan Turgenev7235ocn050321165com19920.39Turton, GlynTurgenev and the context of English literature, 1850-1900Examines 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 Gissing+-+077568857571812ocn000321192book19170.59Garnett, EdwardTurgenevCriticism, interpretation, etc6594ocn000320969book19540.56Magarshack, DavidTurgenev : a lifeBiography6102ocn000171470book19680.59Annenkov, P. VThe extraordinary decade : literary memoirsCriticism, interpretation, etcBiography6059ocn029876958book19890.29Turgenev, Ivan SergeevichFirst love, and other storiesFictionContains a selection of the short stories of Ivan Turgenev, a 19th century writer of tales of Russian peasants and aristocrats+-+39408942156049ocn010145249book19700.35Turgenev, Ivan SergeevichDiary of a superfluous manFictionDiary fictionImmerse yourself in a compendium of literary virtuosity with this volume of short stories from Russian author Ivan Turgenev, who is regarded as one of the masters of the form. In the title piece, a man on the verge of succumbing to a terminal illness looks back over his life and marvels over the mystery of his own mundane existence+-+75746884855572ocn000022836book19690.32Turgenev, Ivan SergeevichThree novellasFiction5522ocn001694167book19750.63Peterson, Dale EThe clement vision : poetic realism in Turgenev and James5351ocn020171948book19900.63Costlow, Jane TWorlds within worlds : the novels of Ivan TurgenevCriticism, interpretation, etc+-+2122690226324+-+2122690226324Fri Mar 21 16:02:06 EDT 2014batch272717