By Janko Lavrin
In this e-book, first released in 1943, Janko Lavrin offers an outline of the improvement of the Russian novel via putting the nice Russian novelists – Tolstoy, Dostoevsky, Turgenev, Gorky, Gogol – with regards to their local literature and their social, political and cultural backgrounds. An creation to the Russian Novel will charm fairly to scholars of Russian literature and tradition in addition to these drawn to the advance of the unconventional often.
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