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Fathers and Sons

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ISBN13:

9780393967524

ISBN10:
0393967522
Format:
Paperback
Pub. Date:
12/1/1995
Publisher(s):
W W Norton & Co Inc

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Summary

When first published in 1862, this novel of a divided Russia, with peasants set against masters and fathers set against sons, caused great outrage. But its enduring legacy of social insight and conscience mixed with drama has given it universal appeal. Features an introduction by Anna Tolstoy in an exciting new Bantam Classics' package.

Table of Contents

Preface vii
The Text of Fathers and Sons
1(158)
The Author on the Novel
159(24)
Apropos of Fathers and Sons
161(7)
Ivan Turgenev
From Turgenev's Letters
168(15)
P. V. Annenkov to Turgenev, September 26 (October 9), 1861
168(3)
To P. V. Annenkov, October 1 (13), 1861
171(1)
To M. N. Katkov, October 1 (13), 1861
171(1)
To M. N. Katkov, October 27 (November 8), 1861
172(1)
To M. N. Katkov, October 30 (November 11), 1861
172(1)
To F. M. Dostoevsky, March 18 (30), 1862
172(1)
To A. N. Maykov, March 18 (30), 1862
173(1)
To A. A. Fet, March 19 (31), 1862
174(1)
To A. A. Fet, April 6 (18), 1862
174(1)
To K. K. Sluchevsky, April 14 (26), 1862
175(2)
A. I. Herzen to Turgenev, April 9 (21), 1862
177(1)
To A. I. Herzen, April 16 (28), 1862
178(1)
To Ludwig Pietsch, January 22 (February 3), 1869
178(1)
To Ludwig Pietsch, May 22 (June 3), 1869
179(1)
To P. V. Annenkov, December 20, 1869 (January 1, 1870)
179(1)
To Ya. P. Polonsky, December 24, 1869 (January 5, 1870)
180(1)
To I. P. Borisov, December 24, 1869 (January 5, 1870)
180(1)
To A. F. Onegin, December 27, 1869 (January 8, 1870)
180(1)
To A. P. Filosofov, August 18 (30), 1874
180(1)
To A. P. Filosofov, September 11 (23), 1874
181(1)
To M. E. Saltykov, January 3 (15), 1876
181(1)
To A. V. Toporov, November 26 (December 8), 1882
182(1)
The Contemporary Reaction
183(42)
Bazarov
185(21)
Dmitry I. Pisarev
Fathers and Sons
206(11)
N. N. Strakhov
[Nihilists]
217(1)
Apollon Grigorev
Bazarov Once Again
218(7)
Alexander Herzen
Criticism
225(116)
[On Translating Turgenev]
227(1)
Edmund Wilson
Fathers and Children: Turgenev and the Liberal Predicament
228(9)
Sir Isaiah Berlin
Fathers and Sons
237(4)
Ralph E. Matlaw
The Politics of Hesitation
241(3)
Irving Howe
Turgenev and Revolution
244(9)
Richard Freeborn
Nihilism and Women
253(6)
Richard Stites
[Odintseva's Bath and Bazarov's Dogs]
259(11)
Jane Costlow
[Time in the Novel]
270(3)
Elizabeth Cheresh Allen
Fathers and Sons (and Daughters)
273(7)
Michael R. Katz
Two Kinds of Love
280(10)
Gary Saul Morson
Fathers and Sons: Fathers and Children
290(10)
Kathryn Feuer
The Dialectics of Turgenev's Ottsy i deti
300(9)
David A. Lowe
[On Characters' Language]
309(2)
Mikhail Bakhtin
Bazarov and Secenov: The Role of Scientific Metaphor in Fathers and Sons
311(9)
Michael Holquist
The Influence of Dostoevsky and Chekhov on Turgenev's Fathers and Sons
320(10)
Donald Fanger
The Turgenev Question
330(11)
Robert L. Jackson
A Chronology 341(2)
Ivan Turgenev
Selected Bibliography 343


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