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Uncle's Dream: And, The Permanent Husband - Page 2
by Fyodor Dostoyevsky - 1888 - 298 pages
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Prince Serge Panine

Georges Ohnet - 1885 - 284 pages
...of sunlight that now and then recalls the best passages in the novels of Turgeniefi." The Spectator. "There are three Russian novelists who, though, with...out of their own country, stand head and shoulders aln,ve most of their con temporaries. In the opinion of some nut indifferent critics, they are superior...
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Anna Karénina

graf Leo Tolstoy - Adultery - 1886 - 769 pages
...supremacy of the Russians in irodcni fiction."— If. D. ffffwells, in Harper's Mtmthlyfor SfjXembcr. "There are three Russian novelists who, though with...all other novelists of this generation. Two of them — Dostoyevsky and Turgdnicf — died not long ago; the third — Leon Tolstoi — still lives. The...
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A Drama in Muslin: A Realistic Novel

George Moore - 1886 - 329 pages
...of Turgeniefi." The Spectator. " There are three Russian novelists who, though, with oneexception, little known out of their own country, stand head...most of their contemporaries. In the opinion of some nut indifferent critics, they are superior to all other novelists of this generation. Two of them,...
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The Publishers Weekly, Volume 30

American literature - 1886
...the supremacy of the Russians in modern fiction."— WD HOWELI.S, in Harpers Monthly for September. "There are three Russian novelists who, though with...exception little known out of their own country, stand lead and shoulders above most of their contemporaries. In the opinion of some not indifferent critics,...
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War and peace

Lev Nikolaevich Tolstoi (count.) - 1886
...sunlight that now and then recalls the beat passages in the novels of Turgeuiefl." The Spectator. " There are three Russian novelists who, though, with one exception, little known out of their oww country, stand head and shoulders above most of their contemporaries. In the opinion of some not...
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Under the Sun: Essays Mainly Written in Hot Countries

George Augustus Sala - Algeria - 1887 - 397 pages
...sunlight that now and then recalls the best passages in the novels of Turgeniefl." The Spectator. " There are three Russian novelists who, though, with...of this generation. Two of them, Dostoieffsky and Turgeniefl", died not long ago, the third, Lyof Tolstoi, still lives. The one with thr most marked...
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What to Do?: Thoughts Evoked by the Census of Moscow

graf Leo Tolstoy - Moscow - 1887 - 273 pages
...the supremacy of the Russians in rrodera fiction."— WD H0wfUst in Harper's Monthly for September. " There are three Russian novelists who, though with...all other novelists of this generation. Two of them — Dostoyevsky and Turge'nief — died not long ago; the thirdLeon Tolstoi — still lives. The one...
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Beaumont and Fletcher, Volume 2

Francis Beaumont, John Fletcher - English drama - 1887
...RUSSIAN HOVELS- continued. FEDOR DOSTOIEFFSKY. Translated from (he original Russian by Fred. Wltisliaw. "There are three Russian novelists who, though, with...all other novelists of this generation. Two of them, UostoieB'sky and Turgenien', died not long ago, the third, Lyof Tolstoi, still lives. The one with...
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Under the Sun: Essays Mainly Written in Hot Countries

George Augustus Sala - Algeria - 1887 - 429 pages
...sunlight thai now and then recalls the Iwst passages in the novels of Turgeniefl." The Spectator. 11 There are three Russian novelists who, though, with...all other novelists of this generation. Two of them, Dostoievsky and TurgeniefT, died not long ago, the third, Lyof Tolstoi, still lives. The one with the...
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What to Do?: Thoughts Evoked by the Census of Moscow

graf Leo Tolstoy - Moscow (Russia) - 1887 - 273 pages
...supremacy of the Russians in irodera fiction."— WD Howells , in Harper's Monthly for September. " There are three Russian novelists who, though with...to all other novelists of this generation. Two of them—Dostoyevsky and Turge'nief — died not long ago; the thirdLeon Tolstoi — still lives. The...
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