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Ivan Turgenev

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Russian Nihilism – In Ivan Turgenev’s Fathers And Sons

Revolution and Ideology

Become a PatronWe discuss the nihilist subculture in Russia in the 19th century and the significance of Ivan Turgenev's novel "Fathers and Sons."Other VideosSubscribe on YouTube Twitter @RevAndIdeology Reddit r/RevolutionAndIdeology Discord FacebookBecome a Patron! Subscribe!#mc_embed_signup{background:#fff; clear:left; font:14px Helvetica,Arial,sans-serif; } /* Add your own Mailchimp form style overrides in your site stylesheet or in this style block. We recommend moving this block and the preceding CSS link to the HEAD of your HTML file. */Subscribe to our Newsletter* indicates required Email Address *

35mins

16 Apr 2021

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Fathers and Sons by Ivan Turgenev #siberianary

sofareader

The first Episode of 2021, and the first of the #siberianary This review contains no spoilers of the story, it has the historical, political, social context to this great novel. The bookfluencers i have mentioned: @christianassuncao made the live on this book, and @ratoledo made the short course on introduction to Russian History For more content on #siberianary go to my insta @sofareader

31mins

4 Jan 2021

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Mokondo#45 - Ulasan buku Fathers and Sons karya Ivan Turgenev

Mokondo Podcast

Konflik antar generasi yang menarik tapi nggak seribet War and Peace. Studi karakter yang bikin kamu hemat waktu nggak perlu banyak gaul.

9mins

8 Nov 2020

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Elisabeth on Ivan Turgenev

Tea. Toast. & Trivia.

S1.E3: Elisabeth on Ivan Turgenev Welcome to Tea, Toast and Trivia. Thank you for listening in. Elisabeth van der Meer from the extraordinary blog, A Russian Affair, has joined me from the far distance of 7,514 km or 4,669 miles. Yes, I am thrilled to report that once again, we are connecting Finland and Canada via Russian Literature. Elisabeth has come back to discuss the life and work of the brilliant writer, Ivan Turgenev, and the complicated relationships that existed between the great Russian writers. So, put the kettle on and add to this exciting conversation.  I am your host Rebecca Budd and I’m looking forward to sharing this moment with you. Thank you for joining Elisabeth and me on Tea Toast & Trivia.  And a special thank you to Elisabeth for sharing your love of Russian literature.  I am truly grateful for your willingness to come back and speak about Ivan Turgenev. I would heartily recommend Elisabeth’s blog “A Russian Affair” which is highly entertaining and an invaluable resource for understanding the complexities of Russian Literature.  Stay tune for more from Elisabeth.  She will be back to discuss – I will only give you a hint!  Something about a dual. One last thought comes from Ivan Turgenev, “If we wait for the moment when everything, absolutely everything is ready, we shall never begin.” Until next time, dear friends, safe travels wherever your adventures take you. Music by Leimoti, “Jeanne in a Waltz” Epidemic Sound

14mins

14 Jan 2020

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“The End of the World: A Dream” by Ivan Turgenev

The Voice before the Void: Arcana, Story, Poetry

Halloween: Horror to be felt. -The Voice before the Void “The End of the World: A Dream” Ivan Turgenev translated from the Russian by Constance Garnett

6mins

20 Oct 2019

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“A Conversation” by Ivan Turgenev

The Voice before the Void: Arcana, Story, Poetry

Halloween: All’s a matter of perspective. -The Voice before the Void “A Conversation” Ivan Turgenev translated from the Russian by Constance Garnett

5mins

11 Oct 2019

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“The Skulls” by Ivan Turgenev

The Voice before the Void: Arcana, Story, Poetry

Halloween: Speak, speak of immortality. -The Voice before the Void “The Skulls” Ivan Turgenev translated from the Russian by Constance Garnett

2mins

27 Sep 2019

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18 - China Tariffs and Middle Men (Ivan Turgenev's "Biryuk" from "A Sportsman's Sketches")

Dispatches from Nowhere

China and the US are at it again. Why is the US-China Trade War just the beginning of a much larger clash?  And why are Economic Middle Men on the rise? All that and more, when Adam, Clint and Jeff come at you from Nowhere for another Dispatch. And let's not forget today's short story: Ivan Turgenev's "Biryuk" from his novel "A Sportsman's Sketches" Be a hero. Like. Share. Subscribe. Thanks! © 2019 The Dispatches From Nowhere--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/appSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/dispatches/support

50mins

27 Aug 2019

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Padri e figli di Ivan Turgenev recensione di Luigi Gaudio

Letteratura dell'ottocento

14mins

24 Feb 2019

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A Real Housewife of Russia, Ivan Turgenev Edition

Around Broadway

Decades before Anton Chekhov’s plays about the struggles of existence among ostensibly successful and wealthy Russians, Ivan Turgenev wrote A Month in the Country, a play that contains many elements of Chekhov’s more famous works. There’s a bored, young wife on a country estate and men who orbit her in varying degrees of attraction and repulsion. The play has been given a rare revival this season by the Classic Stage Company. The production features two stars currently appearing in popular television shows: Taylor Schilling from “Orange Is the New Black” and Peter Dinklage from “Game of Thrones.” New York Times theater critic Charles Isherwood shares his thoughts on this classic 19th century play as produced with actors of 21st century fame.

3mins

4 Feb 2015

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