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Landmarks in Russian literature. by. Baring, Maurice, 1874-1945. Realism of Russian literature. New York : Macmillan. I. Russian characteristics. Gogol and the cheerfulness of the Russian people. Tolstoy and Tourgeniev. The place of Tourgeniev.
Author Baring, Maurice, 1874-1945. Categories: Nonfiction. The Collected Poems of Maurice Baring. 10 42. Books by Baring, Maurice, 1874-1945: A Year in Russia. 10, 10. Landmarks in Russian Literature. With the Russians in Manchuria. 9, 10. Mahasena: a Play in Three Acts. The Grey Stocking, And Other Plays.
Landmarks in Russian Literature (Classic Reprint). Excerpt from Landmarks in Russian Literature The chapters in this book on Tolstoy and Tourgeniev, and those on Chekov and Gogol have appeared before.
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Author: Baring, Maurice, 1874-1945; Format: Book; xii, 212 p. ; 21cm. London : New York : Methuen ; Barnes & Noble. Landmarks in Russian literature, by Maurice Baring Methuen ; Barnes & Noble London : New York 1960. Australian/Harvard Citation. 1960, Landmarks in Russian literature, by Maurice Baring Methuen ; Barnes & Noble London : New York.
He was delighted, of course, that they should be interested in Russian . The next determining factor in the early history of Russian literature is the Church.
He was delighted, of course, that they should be interested in Russian affairs, but he feared their interest was in danger of being crystallized in a false shape and directed into erroneous channels. All that one can do is to mention some of the chief landmarks amongst the events which directly affected the growth of Russian literature until the dawn of that epoch when its fruits became palpable to Russia and to the world. Maurice 1874-1945 Baring.