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A Month In The Country (play) - History of The Play
... Turgenev changed the title to Two Women ... To play down the controversy, Turgenev finally changed the name to A Month in the Country. 1994 English translation, Richard Freeborn wrote ”Turgenev’s comedy has often been called Chekhovian, even through it preceded Chekhov’s mature work by more than ...
A Sportsman's Sketches
... and Sketches from a Hunter's Album) was an 1852 collection of short stories by Ivan Turgenev ... The frequent abuse of Turgenev by his mother certainly had an effect on this work ... The work as a whole actually led to Turgenev’s house arrest (part of the reason, the other being his epitaph to Nikolai Gogol) at Spasskoye ...
Nikolay Turgenev
... Nikolay Ivanovich Turgenev (Russian Николай Иванович Тургенев), (1789–1871) was an early Russian economist and political theoretician who gained renown for his Essay ... A relative of the novelist Ivan Turgenev, Nikolay co-founded several reformist societies, notably the Northern Society of the Decembrists ...
Robert Dessaix - Biography
... Dessaix's latest long work, Twilight of Love Travels with Turgenev defies genre characterisation, interweaving a personal travelogue with a biography of Ivan Turgenev ... It takes inspiration from his doctoral thesis on Turgenev and the Soviet Union, as well as Alain de Botton's works on travel, art and philosophy ...
Robert Dessaix - Awards and Nominations
... Literature, 2005 Twilight of Love Travels with Turgenev - shortlisted Victorian Premier's Literary Award, The Nettie Palmer Prize for Non-Fiction, 2005 Twilight of Love Travels with Turgenev ...

Famous quotes containing the word turgenev:

    Death’s an old joke, but each individual encounters it anew.
    —Ivan Sergeevich Turgenev (1818–1883)

    There’s something tragic in the fate of almost every person—it’s just that the tragic is often concealed from a person by the banal surface of life.... A woman will complain of indigestion and not even know that what she means is that her whole life has been shattered.
    —Ivan Sergeevich Turgenev (1818–1883)

    Love isn’t actually a feeling at all—it’s an illness, a certain condition of body and soul.... Usually it takes possession of someone without his permission, all of a sudden, against his will—just like cholera or a fever.
    —Ivan Sergeevich Turgenev (1818–1883)