White Nights (short Story)

White Nights (short Story)

"White Nights" (Russian: Белые ночи) is a short story by Fyodor Dostoyevsky, originally published in 1848, early in the writer's career. Film adaptations have been made by Russian director Ivan Pyryev (Belye nochi), by Italian director Luchino Visconti (Le notti bianche), by French director Robert Bresson (as Four Nights of a Dreamer), by Iranian director Farzad Motamen (as Shabhaye Roshan) by Indian film directors Manmohan Desai (Chhalia (1960)), Shivam Nair (Ahista Ahista), Sanjay Leela Bhansali (Saawariya), and Jananadhan (Iyarkai) and by American director James Gray (Two Lovers).

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