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Fathers and sons

Fathers and sons

Author: Тургенев, Иван Сергеевич, 1818-1883. ; Ivan Sergeevich Turgenev; Rosemary Edmonds; Isaiah Berlin
Publisher: Harmondsworth [England] ; Baltimore : Penguin, 1975.
Series: Penguin classics, L147.
Edition/Format:   Print book : Fiction : EnglishView all editions and formats
When first published in 1862, this novel of a divided Russia, with peasants set against masters and fathers set against sons, caused great outrage. But its enduring legacy of social insight and conscience mixed with drama has given it universal appeal. Features an introduction by Anna Tolstoy in an exciting new Bantam Classics' package.

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Genre/Form: Fiction
Historical fiction
Material Type: Fiction, Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Тургенев, Иван Сергеевич, 1818-1883. ; Ivan Sergeevich Turgenev; Rosemary Edmonds; Isaiah Berlin
ISBN: 0140441476 9780140441475
OCLC Number: 2913827
Description: 294 pages ; 19 cm
Series Title: Penguin classics, L147.
Other Titles: Ott︠s︡y i deti.
Responsibility: Ivan Turgenev ; translated by Rosemary Edmonds, with the Romanes lecture, Fathers and children, by Isaiah Berlin.
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