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eBook Letters of a Russian Traveler, 1789-1790: An Account of a Young Russian Gentleman's Tour through Germany, Switzerland, France, and England (Columbia Slavic Studies) ePub

by Florence Jonas

eBook Letters of a Russian Traveler, 1789-1790: An Account of a Young Russian Gentleman's Tour through Germany, Switzerland, France, and England (Columbia Slavic Studies) ePub
Author: Florence Jonas
Language: English
ISBN: 0837187257
ISBN13: 978-0837187259
Publisher: Praeger (April 2, 1976)
Pages: 351
Category: Writing Research & Publishing Guides
Subcategory: Reference
Rating: 4.2
Votes: 470
Formats: docx mbr lit lrf
ePub file: 1759 kb
Fb2 file: 1659 kb

This book is a fascinating record of the journey of a young Russian - just in his early 20s - through Germany . And teach he did. Victor Terras notes that several generations of Russians learned of Europe from this book and that echoes of it show up in The Brothers Karamazov.

This book is a fascinating record of the journey of a young Russian - just in his early 20s - through Germany, Switzerland, France and England. Karamzin is not a great writer, and if he was born in the mid-nineteenth century we probably wouldn't still know him. A lot of critics have noted his superficial style. So what Karamzin says here is important. Karamzin is most comfortable in German-speaking Europe. He speaks with Herder and Kant.

Letters of a Russian Traveler, 1791-1801, in which Karamzin’s impressions are . FLORENCE JONAS (1908-2003) was an American translator.

FLORENCE JONAS (1908-2003) was an American translator.

Home Browse Books Book details, Letters of a Russian Traveler, 1789-1790: A. .Publisher: Columbia Universty Press

Home Browse Books Book details, Letters of a Russian Traveler, 1789-1790: A.Publisher: Columbia Universty Press.

Letters of a Russian Traveler, 1791-1801, in which Karamzin’s impressions are woven into a wealth of information about Western European society and . Letters of a Russian Traveler, 1789-1790 - N. M. Karamzin.

Letters of a Russian Traveler, 1789-1790 - N.

Start by marking Letters of a Russian Traveler, 1789-1790: An.This book is aimed at both Russian specialists and Enlightenment scholars who do not read Russian.

The Letters of a Russian traveller (1797) are the most important expression of Enlightenment thought from the pen of a Russian writer. In 1789 Nikolai Karamzin (1765-1826), a leading historian and author of sentimental fiction, embarked on an unprecedented intellectual Grand Tour.

Letters of a Russian Traveler, 1791-1801, in which Karamzin’s impressions are woven into a wealth of information about . In 1789 he resolved to travel, and visited Germany, France, Switzerland and England.

Letters of a Russian Traveler, 1791-1801, in which Karamzin’s impressions are woven into a wealth of information about Western European society and culture that he derived from wide reading, b During 1789-90, Nicholai Mikhailovich Karamzin, a young poet and short-story writer, toured Western Europe. On his return, he distilled his impressions in the form of travel letters. On his return he published his Letters of a Russian Traveller, which met with great success.

On his return he published his Letters of a Russian Traveller, which met with great success.

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