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Hunter's Notes

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"e;The World Youth Literature Classics: Hunter notes"e; is the masterpiece of Turgenevthat enabled him to obtain the writer's reputation. Turgenev is the outstanding realistic writer in the nineteenth Century of Russian .In 1818, he was born in Orel province from a noble family. During his childhood, he received home education. In 1827 the family moved to Moscow. At the age of fifteen he was admitted to the Moscow State University, then transferred to St. Petersburg University. In college, Turgenev became interested on literature. The spring of 1838, Turgenev went abroad to study in Berlin University, returned home in 1841. In 1843, Turgenev published a narrative poem "e;Bala Sha"e;, got Russian realism literary critic Belinsky praise. It became a turning point in Turgenev's life and fate, laying the foundation for his future long way. Lu Kai Liya"e; of Living skeletons"e; was originally a beauty among servants, good at singing and dancing, but later becames a "e;living skeletons"e; due to illness, but she was not complaining. She had no personal requirements, but never forget the interests of farmers, she just wanted to relieve some of the farmers tax. Ekulina of "e;Tryst"e; , although abandoned by a heartless man, her pursuit for love and sincerity make people deeply moved. These charming farmer girls reflect of the image of Russian peasant noble, rich spiritual world from the side.


Titel: Hunter's Notes
Autoren/Herausgeber: Ivan Sergeevich Turgenev
Aus der Reihe: The famous Chinese and foreign Series

ISBN/EAN: 9781629781655

Seitenzahl: 269
Produktform: E-Book
Sprache: Chinesisch

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