3 edition of Virgin soil found in the catalog.
Ivan Sergeevich Turgenev
Translation of Novʹ (transliterated).
|Statement||by Ivan Turgénieff. Translated with the author"s sanction from the French version, by T. S. Perry.|
|Series||Leisure hour series|
|Contributions||Perry, Thomas Sergeant, 1845-1928, tr.|
|LC Classifications||PZ3.T844 Vi3|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||315|
|LC Control Number||13012908|
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Новь = Virgin Soil, Ivan Turgenev Virgin Soil is an novel by Ivan was Turgenev's sixth and final novel as well as his longest and most ambitious. The novel centers on a depiction of some of the young people in late nineteenth century Russia who decided to reject the standard cultural mores of their time, join the Populist movement, and 'go between the people', /5.
Virgin Soil, published inis the final novel by Russian author Ivan Turgenev. The narrative takes place in the late s, at a time when the Narodnik or Populist movement was gaining influence in Russia/5(15).
Virgin Soil Upturned, which earned the Lenin Prize, took 28 years to complete. It was composed of two parts: Seeds of Tomorrow () and Harvest on the Don (), and reflects life during collectivization in the Don area.
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Virgin Soil, novel by Ivan Turgenev, published in Russian as Nov in Its focus is the young populists who hoped to sow the seeds of revolution in the virgin soil of the Russian peasantry.
Turgenev presents realistic and somewhat sympathetic portraits of the many different types of characters who were involved in the revolutionary movement, from the ardent young. Virgin Soil (Russian: «Новь») is an novel by Ivan was Turgenev's sixth and final novel as well as his longest and most ambitious.
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The concept is related to that developed by William McNeill in which he connected the development of agriculture and more sedentary life. But in Virgin Soil he is easy and almost negligent master of his instrument, and though he is an exile and at times a sharply embittered one, he gathers experience round his theme as only the artist can who has enriched leis art by having outlived his youth without forgetting its pangs, joys, mortifications, and love-songs.
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Book Excerpt. Virgin Soil Upturned, Book 1 Mikhail Aleksandrovich Sholokhov Snippet view - Virgin Soil Upturned, Book 2 Among Sholokhov's later works, Virgin Soil Upturned (), which deals with the collectivization of agriculture, deserves particular mention; the first volume is far more direct and honest than the much-later second volume.
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This book is the. Virgin Soil by Ivan S. Turgenev Translated from the Russian by R. Townsend INTRODUCTION TURGENEV was the first writer who was able, having both Slavic and universal imagination enough for it, to interpret modern Russia to the outer world, and Virgin Soil was the last word of his greater testament.
It was the book in which many English. ‘Virgin Soil’ was Turgenev’s last novel and not his best work by any means, but it’s interesting because it presages the Russian Revolution, shows the dynamics of the class groups involved, and satirizes (or holds a mirror up to) the Russian people of the ’s/5(8).
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Ivan Turgenev had lived in voluntary exile from his native land for a number of years by the time he wrote VIRGIN SOIL, and many critics said that the book showed how much he. Virgin Soil Upturned, Book 1 Mikhail Aleksandrovich Sholokhov, R. Daglish No preview available - About the author () For decades a pillar of the Soviet literary establishment, Sholokhov owes his stature to And Quiet Flows the Don (), a four-volume epic of the life and fate of the Don Cossacks in the Revolution and civil war.
Red Virgin Soil: Soviet Literature in the 's [Robert A. Maguire]. First published inthis classic is a richly detailed study of the eponymous journal that was the most significant Soviet literary journal of the s.
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