Nikolai Gogol's Dead Souls & Fyodor Dostoevsky's The Brothers Karamazov
Gogol Celebrates the Everyday Man, The Working Soul.
While in the same breath, Gogol tears down the corrupt banality of the landowner who lives off of other's souls. These cou
Selected Short Stories: Including "The Romancer"
"The Romancer" A Tale of Love for Country and a Woman
Gorky at Tolstoy's Estate
Tolstoy and Gorky
On Lenin's masoleum: Gorky, Kaganovich, Molotov, Voroshilov, Stalin, Kal
By: Boris Pasternak
The Book was published in 1957, in Italy.
Pasternak was a poet first, novelist second.
Moscow was one of the backdrops for the epic novel and film.
In the great tradition of the epic novel, Pasternaks masterpiec
Jonathan Rose The Peculiarities of the Russian Character in Nikolai Gogol's Dead Souls and Fyodor Dostovoesky's The Brothers Karamazov: "The Inquisitor" By: Jonathan Rose Russian Literature Tatiana Ivanava Baeva November 30, 2007
The Peculiarities o
Jonathan Rose Russian Literature Dr. Tatiana Baeva April 16, 2007
Intro: "In the great tradition of the epic novel, Pasternaks masterpiece brings to life the drama and immensity of the Russian Revolution through the story of the gifted physician, Zh
Jonathan "Evan" Rose Russian Literature 2/05/07 Dr. Baeva Anton Chekhovs "The Teacher of Literature" Part I As Found On: http:/www.online-literature.com/anton_chekhov/1274/
Masha Shelestov is an eighteen year old girl, who is not seen by the communi
The Emerging Self
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. What was one of the main factors that allowed Russian culture to survive under the Mongols? What developed in Europe that did not develop in Russia? An invasion from what country inspired Michael Glinka to creat
Jonathan Rose 2/18/07 Dr. Baeva English 3306 Gorky's Old Izergil an example of Romanticism Maxim Gorky paints a beautiful picture in his work "Old Izergil." His affinity for the romantic side of nature is evident, but sometimes his literary efforts a