[Reading] ➿ One Thousand Souls By Aleksey Pisemsky – E17streets4all.co.uk An Russian novel in which a young man marries an heiress to get ahead, betraying his roots and in the end, himself After a spectacular early success, Pisemsky s reputation as an author suffered a ter AnRussian novel in which a young man marries an heiress to get ahead, betraying his roots and in the end, himself After a spectacular early success, Pisemsky s reputation as an author suffered a terrible eclipse This was partly because of the competition of other mid th century Russian writers such One Thousand Kindle - as Turgenev and Dostoevsky, and partly because Pisemsky grossly misjudged the taste and s of his audience Pisemsky s brooding romanticism, coupled with his control as a writer, suffers only in comparison with literary giants In spite of his failings Pisemsky was a writer of consummate skill, and this is an important addition to our store of th century Russian literature.
Pisemsky was a Russian novelist and dramatist who was regarded as an equal of Ivan Turgenev and Fyodor Dostoyevsky in the late s, but whose reputation suffered a spectacular decline after his fall out with Sovremennik magazine in the early s A realistic playwright, along with Aleksandr Ostrovsky he was responsible One Thousand Kindle - for the first dramatization of ordinary people in the history of Russian theatre Pisemsky s great narrative gift and exceptionally strong grip on reality make him one of the best Russian novelistsPisemsky s first novel Boyarschina was originally forbidden for its unflattering description of the Russian nobility His principal novels are The Simpleton , One Thousand Souls , which is considered his best work of the kind, and Troubled Seas, which gives a picture of the excited state of Russian society around the year He also wrote plays, including A Bitter Fate also translated as A Hard Lot , which One Thousand Souls PDF/EPUB Ñ One Thousand Kindle - depicts the dark If you re looking for a CBR and CBZ reader side of the Russian peasantry The play has been called the first Russian realistic tragedy it won the Uvarov Prize of the Russian Academy.
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