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This new translation by Richard Freeborn makes Turgenevs masterpiece about the conflict between generations seem as fresh, outspoken, and exciting as it was to those readers who first encountered its famous hero. The controversial portrayal of Bazarov, the nihilist or new man, shocked Russian society when the novel was published in 1862. The image of humanity liberate This new translation by Richard Freeborn makes Turgenevs masterpiece about the conflict between generations seem as fresh, outspoken, and exciting as it was to those readers who first encountered its famous hero. The controversial portrayal of Bazarov, the nihilist or new man, shocked Russian society when the novel was published in 1862. The image of humanity liberated by science from age-old conformities and prejudices is one that can threaten establishments of any political or religious persuasion, and is especially potent at the present time. Richard Freeborn is the first translator to have had access to Turgenevs working manuscript. An appendix contains the first English translation of some of Turgenevs preparatory sketches for the novel.

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This new translation by Richard Freeborn makes Turgenevs masterpiece about the conflict between generations seem as fresh, outspoken, and exciting as it was to those readers who first encountered its famous hero. The controversial portrayal of Bazarov, the nihilist or new man, shocked Russian society when the novel was published in 1862. The image of humanity liberate This new translation by Richard Freeborn makes Turgenevs masterpiece about the conflict between generations seem as fresh, outspoken, and exciting as it was to those readers who first encountered its famous hero. The controversial portrayal of Bazarov, the nihilist or new man, shocked Russian society when the novel was published in 1862. The image of humanity liberated by science from age-old conformities and prejudices is one that can threaten establishments of any political or religious persuasion, and is especially potent at the present time. Richard Freeborn is the first translator to have had access to Turgenevs working manuscript. An appendix contains the first English translation of some of Turgenevs preparatory sketches for the novel.
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Title Fathers and Sons Height 195 mm
Ivan Sergeevich Turgenev , Lionel Kelly Introduction , C J Hogarth Translator , Keith Carabine General editor , Ivan Turgenev Width 125 mm
ISBN-13 9781853262869 Binding Paperback
ISBN-10 #1853262862 Spine Width 12 mm
Publisher Wordsworth Editions Pages 240
Edition New ed Availability In Stock

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