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Russia: Its People and Its Literature

By condesa de Emilia Pardo Bazán
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  • RUSSIA
  • ITS PEOPLE AND ITS LITERATURE
    • BY
    • EMILIA PARDO BAZÁN
      • Translated from the Spanish
      • TRANSLATOR'S PREFACE.
        • CONTENTS.
      • CONTENTS.
      • Book I.
      • THE EVOLUTION OF RUSSIA.
      • I.
      • Scope And Purpose of the Present Essay.
      • II.
      • The Russian Country.
      • III.
      • The Russian Race.
      • IV.
      • Russian History.
      • V.
      • The Russian Autocracy.
      • VI.
      • The Agrarian Communes.
      • VII.
      • Social Classes in Russia.
      • VIII.
      • Russian Serfdom.
      • Book II.
      • RUSSIAN NIHILISM AND ITS LITERATURE.
      • I.
      • The Word "Nihilism."
      • II.
      • Origin of the Intellectual Revolution.
      • III.
      • Woman and the Family.
      • IV.
      • Going to the People.
      • V.
      • Herzen and the Nihilist Novel.
      • VI.
      • The Reign of Terror.
      • VII.
      • The Police and the Censor.
      • Book III.
      • RISE OF THE RUSSIAN NOVEL.
      • I.
      • The Beginnings of Russian Literature.
      • II.
      • Russian Romanticism.—the Lyric Poets.
      • III.
      • Russian Realism: Gogol, its Founder.
      • Book IV.
      • MODERN RUSSIAN REALISM.
      • I.
      • Turguenief, Poet and Artist.
      • II.
      • Gontcharof and Oblomovism.
      • III.
      • Dostoiëwsky, Psychologist and Visionary.
      • IV.
      • Tolstoï, Nihilist and Mystic.
      • V.
      • French Realism and Russian Realism.
    • Translated from the Spanish
    • TRANSLATOR'S PREFACE.
      • CONTENTS.
    • CONTENTS.
    • Book I.
    • THE EVOLUTION OF RUSSIA.
    • I.
    • Scope And Purpose of the Present Essay.
    • II.
    • The Russian Country.
    • III.
    • The Russian Race.
    • IV.
    • Russian History.
    • V.
    • The Russian Autocracy.
    • VI.
    • The Agrarian Communes.
    • VII.
    • Social Classes in Russia.
    • VIII.
    • Russian Serfdom.
    • Book II.
    • RUSSIAN NIHILISM AND ITS LITERATURE.
    • I.
    • The Word "Nihilism."
    • II.
    • Origin of the Intellectual Revolution.
    • III.
    • Woman and the Family.
    • IV.
    • Going to the People.
    • V.
    • Herzen and the Nihilist Novel.
    • VI.
    • The Reign of Terror.
    • VII.
    • The Police and the Censor.
    • Book III.
    • RISE OF THE RUSSIAN NOVEL.
    • I.
    • The Beginnings of Russian Literature.
    • II.
    • Russian Romanticism.—the Lyric Poets.
    • III.
    • Russian Realism: Gogol, its Founder.
    • Book IV.
    • MODERN RUSSIAN REALISM.
    • I.
    • Turguenief, Poet and Artist.
    • II.
    • Gontcharof and Oblomovism.
    • III.
    • Dostoiëwsky, Psychologist and Visionary.
    • IV.
    • Tolstoï, Nihilist and Mystic.
    • V.
    • French Realism and Russian Realism.
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