4 edition of Sketches of Russian life in the Caucasus. found in the catalog.
Sketches of Russian life in the Caucasus.
Mikhail Iпё UпёЎrК№evich Lermontov
|Statement||By a Russe, many years resident amongst the various mountain tribes ... [Tr. from the Russian]|
|Series||The illustrated family novelist|
|LC Classifications||PZ3.L5621 S|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||315|
|LC Control Number||08030855|
In , he received the Order of Saint Stanislaus, third degree, from Tsar Alexander III. From through , he toured Turkey, Crimea and the Caucasus, creating sketches of local life and customs, as well as landscapes. Among his best-known students were Boris Anisfeld, Pyotr Nilus and Oleksii Shovkunenko. It is a depiction of everyday life in an ordinary Russian town written in realist style reminiscent of the Russian classics. Sergeev and the Town was shortlisted for the National Bestseller and Russian Booker Prizes. His book, Happiness is Possible (), was also shortlisted for the Russian Booker Prize as as well the Russian Big Book Prize.
Page 18 - With daring keel before.; and armies stretch Each way their dazzling files, repressing here The frantic Alexander of the north, And awing there stern Othman's shrinking sons Sloth flies the land, and Ignorance, and Vice, Of old dishonour proud: it glows around, Taught by the royal hand that rous'd the whole, One scene of arts, of arms, of rising trade: For what his wisdom . 7 Russian books translated into English in you need to read Bride and Groom is an authentic story of Caucasus wedding traditions and portrays contemporary young Author: Alexandra Guzeva.
The book is at times difficult to read and understand, for although it contains a number of sketches of daily life in the towns and villages of southern Russia, it was in Graham’s own words less about Russia and more about ‘the life of the wanderer and seeker, the walking hermit, the rebel against modern conditions and commercialism who has Author: Michael John Hughes. Mumu is one of Turgenev’s best known stories, beautifully and subtly constructed. At first sight a touching story of the love between a serf and his dog, cruelly disrupted by the jealousy of his mistress. Written in , when it was not exactly customary to write .
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