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Swan Song

 
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THE last years of the nineteenth century were for Russia tinged with doubt and gloom. The high-tide of vitality that had risen during the Turkish war ebbed in the early eighties, leaving behind it a dead level of apat­hy which lasted until life was
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Swan Song
Swan Song
Platanus Publishing
27.00
THE last years of the nineteenth century were for Russia tinged with doubt and gloom. The high-tide of vitality that had risen during the Turkish war ebbed in the early eighties, leaving behind it a dead level of apat­hy which lasted until life was again quickened by the high interests of the Revolution. During these grey ye­ars the lonely country and stagnant provincial towns of Russia buried a peas-antry which was enslaved by want and toil, and an educated upper class which was ensla­ved by idle-ness and tedium. Most of the Intellectu­als, with no outlet for their energies, were content to forget their ennui in vodka and card-playing only the more ide-alistic gasped for air in the stifling atmosphe­re, cry-ing out in despair against life as they saw it, and looking forward with a pathetic hope to happiness for humanity in two or three hundred years. It is the inevi­table tragedy of their existence, and the pit-iful humour of their surroundings, that are por-trayed with such in­sight and sympathy by Anton Tchekoff who is, perhaps, of modern writers, the dearest to the Russian people.
 
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    • THE last years of the nineteenth century were for Russia tinged with doubt and gloom. The high-tide of vitality that had risen during the Turkish war ebbed in the early eighties, leaving behind it a dead level of apat­hy which lasted until life was again quickened by the high interests of the Revolution. During these grey ye­ars the lonely country and stagnant provincial towns of Russia buried a peas-antry which was enslaved by want and toil, and an educated upper class which was ensla­ved by idle-ness and tedium. Most of the Intellectu­als, with no outlet for their energies, were content to forget their ennui in vodka and card-playing only the more ide-alistic gasped for air in the stifling atmosphe­re, cry-ing out in despair against life as they saw it, and looking forward with a pathetic hope to happiness for humanity in two or three hundred years. It is the inevi­table tragedy of their existence, and the pit-iful humour of their surroundings, that are por-trayed with such in­sight and sympathy by Anton Tchekoff who is, perhaps, of modern writers, the dearest to the Russian people.
      Stok Kodu
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      9786257525671
      Boyut
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      135-210
      Sayfa Sayısı
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      26
      Baskı
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      1
      Basım Tarihi
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      2021-10
      Çeviren
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      Marian Fell
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