Ivan Turgenev

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Russian writer of stories and novels and plays (1818-1883)

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Though the four friends, Alexander Herzen, Mikhail Bakunin, Nicholas Ogarev, and Ivan Turgenev, come from the pages of history, Stoppard's inspiration springs from the book of life.
One of his literary heroes, Ivan Turgenev, was living there.
He introduced his readers to the works of Thomas Hardy, Ivan Turgenev, Emile Zola, and Leo Tolstoy, whom he held up as models to his compatriots.
Following in the footsteps of the great Russian novelist Ivan Turgenev, out Australian author Robert Dessaix takes us to Germany, France, and Russia in search of what exactly Turgenev meant by the word at the core of his life and world love.
Gaines: I was educated in the 1950s in San Francisco, and I was reading books like Fathers and Sons by Ivan Turgenev, and Fyodor Dostoevsky's Crime and Punishment, and James Joyce's Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man.
They include the idealist and anarchist Michael Bakunin (played by Douglas Henshall), who was to challenge Marx for the soul of the masses, Ivan Turgenev (Guy Henry), and nobleman's son Alexander Herzen (Stephen Dillane), who becomes the first self-proclaimed socialist in Russian history.
Her themes are also reminiscent of nineteenth-century authors Ivan Turgenev and Nikolai Gogol.
Peterson's discussion in the chapters that follow moves along a spectrum of literary intersections which includes Ivan Turgenev, Charles Chesnutt, Zora Neale Hurston, James Weldon Johnson, Richard Wright, Ralph Ellison, Maxim Gorky, Valentin Rasputin, and Gloria Naylor.