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A new translation of this Russian novel that should be of interest to anyone who wishes to understand the course of Russian history and the political debate over democratization taking place in Russia today.It remained a part of revolutionary underground literature until 1906, when the authora#39;s son, M. N. Chernyshevsky, included both the first ... and rewriting of Ivan Turgeneva#39;s liberal Fathers and Sons (1862), so too was Prologue intended as a response to the famous author. ... Prologue referred to the greatest of the great reforms, namely, the emancipation of the serfs (1861), and therefore was supposed toanbsp;...

Author: Nikolay Gavrilovich Chernyshevsky
Publisher:Northwestern University Press - 1995

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