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Fathers and Sons | Study Guide

Ivan Turgenev

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Author

Ivan Turgenev

Year Published

1862

Type

Novel

Genre

Drama

Perspective and Narrator

Fathers and Sons is told by a third-person, omniscient narrator who occasionally steps outside the story to converse with the reader and introduce characters or events.

Tense

Fathers and Sons is narrated in the past tense with some exceptions.

About the Title

The title Fathers and Sons references the strong bond shared between fathers and sons, particularly unconditional love despite generational divides.

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