Find a copy in the library
Finding libraries that hold this item...
|Additional Physical Format:||Online version:
Pecherin, V.S. (Vladimir Sergeevich), 1807-1885.
First Russian political emigré.
Dublin : University College Dublin Press, 2008
|Named Person:||V S Pecherin; V S Pecherin; Vladimir S Pečerin|
|Material Type:||Biography, Internet resource|
|Document Type:||Book, Internet Resource|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
V S Pecherin; Michael R Katz
|Language Note:||Translated from the Russian.|
|Description:||xx, 197 pages ; 24 cm|
|Contents:||Introduction by Natalia Pervukhina-Kamyshnikova; First Memories, 1812; 1815, Odessa in Barracks; My Romance. Lipovets, Province of Kiev, 1821; Khmelnik, Podolsk Province, 1823; 1823-5; Episode from Petersburg Life, 1830-3; Memoirs from Beyond the Grave of Vladimir Pecherin, Sergei's Son (Memoires d'outre tombe); Dublin, 13 October 1865; Lugano and How I Wound Up There; As Bad as it Gets!; Zurich 1837-8; Flight from Zurich; Altkirch; Nancy; The Journey to Metz and the Ensuing Events; The Journey from Metz to Liege (or, as we say, Littikh); Liege; The Apostle of Communism and the Conspiration de Baboeuf; Story of Captain Fiott and his Valet; McNally and Co. (Illustrated Edition); The Turning Point; Fourdrain-Lekointe - Potosky; Dublin, 22 June 1871 (New Style); The Legend of the Monk and the Devil (from the Grand Menaion); George Sand; Michelet; The Religion of Saint-Simon; Dublin, 13 August 1871 (New Style); The Year 1840; Dublin, 10 November 1871; Liege, 1838-40; Liege, 1840; Admission into the Redemptorist Order (Liege, 1840); The Novitiate, 1840-1; Wittem, 1841-3; Dublin, 20 October 1872; The Move to England, 1844-5; Fear of Russia - The Novel of Life; Falmouth, 1845-8; Adieu, Falmouth!; London, 1 May 1848; London, From May to August 1848; London, 1848; Roehampton, 1851; 'Blessed are those who hunger and thirst for righteousness...'; Letter of V. S. Pecherin to the Superior General of the Redemptorist Order, N. Mauron. Desert and Freedom; Dublin, 13 October 1865; Dublin, 21 October 1865; 26 August 1873, Miltown Park; Selected Bibliography; Index.|
|Responsibility:||Vladimir Pecherin ; translated and edited by Michael R. Katz ; introduction by Natalia Pervukhina-Kamyshnikova.|
"The memoirs and letters reveal a talented albeit self-conscious writer, relating an eventful and full life of which he can say in all seriousness 'under the influence of a lofty inspiration, I have
- Pecherin, V. S. -- (Vladimir Sergeevich), -- 1807-1885.
- Catholic converts -- Russia -- Biography.
- Intellectuals -- Russia -- Biography.
- Political refugees -- Russia -- Biography.
- Political refugees -- Ireland -- Dublin -- Biography.
- Monks -- Ireland -- Dublin -- Biography.
- Dublin (Ireland) -- Biography.
- Catholic converts.
- Political refugees.
- Ireland -- Dublin.
- Pečerin, Vladimir S.