Memoirs of a Sportsman
1916. Turgenieff (Turgenev), novelist, poet, and playwright, known for his detailed descriptions about everyday live in Russia in the 19th century, he portrayed realistically the peasantry and the rising intelligentsia in its attempt to move the country into a new age. The short stories contained in Memoirs of a Sportsman are considered to be some of Turgenieff's finest. Contents: Khor and Kalinitch; Ermolai and the Miller's Wife; The Raspberry Water; The District Doctor; My Neighbour Radiloff; Freeholder Ovsyanikoff; Lgoff; Byezhin Meadow; Kasyan from the Fair-Metcha; The Agent; The Counting-House; The Wolf; Two Landed Proprietors; Lebedyan; Tatyana Borisovna and her Nephew; Death; The Singers; Piotr Petrovitch Karataeff; The Tryst; Hamlet of Shshtchigry County; Tchertopkhanoff and Nedopiuskin; The End of Tchertopkhanoff; Living Holy Relics and The Rattling. See other titles by this author available from Kessinger Publishing.
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