Includes bibliographical references (p. xxvii).
|Statement||Ivan Turgenev ; translated by Isaiah Berlin and Leonard Schapiro ; introduced by V.S. Pritcett.|
|Series||Everyman"s library ;, 191|
|LC Classifications||PG3421 .A13 1994|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxxvii, 253 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||253|
|LC Control Number||94006233|
The novel “First Love” was Turgénieff’s favourite work, as he more than once confessed. What the author prized in this purely intimate but beautifully finished story was its fidelity to actuality; that is to say, he prized the personal recollections of early youth. In that respect this story has a p. First Love and Other Stories by Ivan Turgenev translated by Isaiah Berlin First included in Everyman’s Library in Published by David Campbell Publisher UK ISBN Ivan Turgenev one of the greatest writers of our time, wrote several novellas of which First Love was published in , Spring Torrents in and the essay A Fire /5. About First Love and Other Stories (Book Jacket Status: Not Jacketed) Also in Everyman’s Library Classics Series. See All. Also by Ivan Turgenev. See all books by Ivan Turgenev. About Ivan Turgenev. Ivan Sergeyevich Turgenev was born in in the Province of Orel, and suffered during his childhood from a tyrannical mother. After the family. This book contains three short works that provide a wonderful example of the Russian approach to romantic literature. The form is wonderful, the characters perfectly created and the plot shores up the authors ideas with an most resonant clarity. First love shows the blend of comedy and tragedy that is so prevalent in Russian works of the s: 9.
First love, and other stories Contents: First love -- A correspondence -- The region of dead calm -- It is enough -- The dog. Language: English: LoC Class: PG: Language and Literatures: Slavic (including Russian), Languages and Literature: Subject: Russia -- Social life and customs -- Fiction Subject: Short stories, Russian -- Translations into. Originally published in , First Love and Other Sorrows won Harold Brodkey widespread acclaim and announced a brilliant new arrival on the literary scene. Brodkey was hailed as an 'unusually gifted writer' (The Atlantic) and a 'rich talent' (San Francisco Chronicle), whose stories read like 'murmured confidences, highly personal yet carefully contrived' (Chicago Tribune/5. Harold Brodkey's masterful first volume of short fiction, with two never-before anthologized stories. When originally published in , First Love and Other Sorrows won Harold Brodkey widespread acclaim and announced a brilliant new arrival on the literary scene.4/5(15). First Love, and Other Fascinating Stories of Spanish Life Series Title: Little blue book, No. Contents: First Love -- An Andalusian Duel -- Mariquita the Bald -- The Love of Clotilde -- Captain Veneno's Proposal of Marriage Language: English: LoC Class: PQ: Language and Literatures: Romance literatures: French, Italian, Spanish, Portuguese.
In this volume of “First Love and Other Stories” six of Turgenev’s shorter works are collected together. Firstly in “The Diary of a Superfluous Man” we find the story of a dying man who recounts the incidents of his life. Secondly this collection contains the short story “Mumu”, which relates what follows when Gerasim, a deaf and Pages: Buy a cheap copy of First Love and Other Sorrows: Stories book by Harold Brodkey. A rejacketed edition to coincide with the publication of Brodkey's long-awaited story collection, Stories in an Almost Classical Mode. Free shipping over $ First Love and Other Sorrows is the hauntingly beautiful debut collection of short stories from American master Harold Brodkey. Written when the author was in his twenties, these strong, affecting tales recall the intoxicating joy of young, springtime love, while lamenting the betrayal of dreams and false ideals in the glaring light of : First Love and Other Stories (Book): Turgenev, Ivan Sergeevich: This collection brings together six of Turgenev's best-known `long' short stories, in which he turns his skills of psychological observation and black comedy to subjects as diverse as the tyranny of serfdom, love, and revenge on the Russian steppes. These stories all display the elegance andclarity of Turgenev's finest writing.