A Sequel To Rudin, A House Of Gentlefolk Was Originally Published In 1858 And Was Translated From The Russian By Constance Garnett In 1894 A Quintessential Turgenev Novel About Russian Society, Idealism, Innocence And Disillusionment It Is Set Amidst The Green Fields Owned By Bourgeois Russians.The Novel Pivots Around The Character Of Lisa, A Smart And Accomplished Young Woman Who Represents The Traditional, Dutiful, Innocent And Modest Russian Girlhood From That Era Lavretsky, The Hero, Is A Man Of Action And A Man Of Culture He, Like Lisa, Is A Democratic Russian And So It Is Almost Inevitable That He And Lisa Fall In Love Their Contentment Is Short Lived, However, As A Woman From Lavretsky S Past Enters Their Lives And Threatens To Ruin Their Happiness Forever.Although A Melancholy Story The Novel S Overall Tone Remains One Of Hope And It Is Easy To See How A House Of Gentlefolk Became The Favourite Turgenev Novel For English Speaking Readers.
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- A House of Gentlefolk
- Ivan Turgenev
- 12 October 2019 Ivan Turgenev