Petersburg

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  • Paperback
  • 424 pages
  • Petersburg
  • Nikolay A. Nekrasov
  • English
  • 22 April 2018
  • 0810125730

About the Author: Nikolay A. Nekrasov

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Petersburg This landmark collection of short works forms a vivid documentary of life in midnineteenth century St Petersburg Editor Nikolai Nekrasov was the most influential literary entrepreneur of the day, and he assembled works ranging from ethnography to fiction to literary criticism, all written by leading authors and thinkers of the time The book he edited represents many important strands in Russian culture and history, including the development of Russian prose and the rise of the intelligentsia A vital political document as well, Petersburg is a record of and served as a spur to the changes in Russian society that culminated in the 1917 revolution This first ever English edition brings its storied and studied illumination to a new audience, providing a key to understanding the place that St Petersburg holds in Russia s identity. Download Petersburg By Nikolay A. Nekrasov – scottishhomebakingawards.co.uk

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10 thoughts on “Petersburg

  1. Richard Thompson says:

    Until I picked up this book and read the introduction, I was totally unaware of the nineteenth century genre of physiology books, which were microscopic encyclopedic literary examinations of a particular place or topic The genre was apparently particularly popular in France, and this book was one of several attempts to translate it to Russia Reading this book did not make me want to run out and further explore the genre, but it was generally enjoyable and well worth the effort to read, parti Until I picked up this book and read the introduction, I was totally unaware of the nineteenth century genre of physiology books, which were microscopic encyclopedic literary examinations of a particular place or topic The genre was apparently particularly popular in France, and this book was one of several attempts to translate it to Russia Reading this book did not make me want to run out and further explore the genre, but it was generally en...

  2. John says:

    This is a translation of a book published in Russia in the 1840s I ve never seen a copy in Russian It s very interesting if you are strongly interested in Russian culture.