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Russian gentleman

S. T. Aksakov

Russian gentleman

by S. T. Aksakov

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Published by Oxford University Press in Oxford, New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Aksakov, S. T. -- 1791-1859 -- Family.

  • Edition Notes

    Translation of: Semeĭnai︠a︡ khronika.

    StatementSergei Aksakov ; translated by J.D. Duff ; with an introduction by Edward Crankshaw.
    SeriesThe World"s classics
    ContributionsDuff, J. D. 1860-1940.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsPG3321.A5 Z53513 1994
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxv, 208 p. ;
    Number of Pages208
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL21020325M
    ISBN 100192815733

    The story of a young aristocratic Russian gentleman who is arrested and tried for being an aristocrat and who is banished to a small room in the Attic of the hotel in which he has been living. We meet the staff and visitors to the hotel as he adapts to his new life and learn of the goings on in Russia as the country transitions to communism. Book Companion A Gentleman in Moscow is the utterly entertaining second novel from the author of Rules of Civility. Amor Towles skillfully transports us to The Metropol, the famed Moscow hotel where movie stars and Russian royalty hobnob, where Bolsheviks plot revolutions and intellectuals discuss the merits of contemporary Russian writers.

    If A Gentleman in Moscow stirs or renews your interest in Russian literature, I recommend the translations of Pevear & Volokhonsky. Over the course of the last twenty years, this husband and wife team has been systematically translating the works of Russia’s golden age including those by Gogol, Turgenev, Dostoevsky, Tolstoy and Chekhov.   A GENTLEMAN IN MOSCOW By Amor Towles pp. Viking. $ Beyond the door of the luxurious ­Hotel Metropol lies Theater Square and the .

      The Washington Post logo. “A Gentleman in Moscow” offers a chance to sink back into a lost attitude of aristocracy The book opens a few years after the Russian Revolution in a period. gentleman translation in English-Russian dictionary. chiefly historical) A man of gentle but not noble birth, particularly a man of means (originally ownership of property) who does not work for a living but has no official status in a peerage; (Britain law) an armiferous man ranking below a knight.


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A Russian Gentleman book. Read 13 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. At the center of this chronicle of Russian provincial life in t /5.

Amor Towles’ A Gentleman In Moscow is an epic writ small, a story of Tolstoyan scope on a minute scale. Here we see a country in repeated upheaval over the course of decades—from the end of Imperial Russia in the Bolshevik Revolution past the rise of the USSR, a period that includes the defeat of one of history’s greatest evils by a country that becomes another—and we see it all from Author: Ryan Vlastelica.

The book's title refers to Stepan, a Russian gentleman, landowner, who is also a patriarch of a family, one of whom is his grandson, the book's author.

The book examines Russian culture and family life, potraying the pride, illiteracy, and male chauvinism that dominated it/5(3). Melinda and I sometimes read the same book at the same time.

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Book Review: 'A Gentleman In Moscow,' By Amor Towles Amor Towles' new novel stars a Russian aristocrat, sentenced by the Soviets to permanent house arrest in a. A Gentleman in Moscow is a novel by Amor Towles. It is his second novel, following the release of the New York Times bestselling novel Rules of Civility ().

6 Further reading. Count Alexander Ilyich Rostov, the chief protagonist of A Gentleman in Moscow, was born in Saint Petersburg, Russia on the 24th of October in He grew up on Author: Amor Towles.

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To enhance your book club check out A Study Guide for Book Clubs: A Gentleman In Moscow. Published inA Gentleman in Moscow, by American author Amor Towles, is the story of Count Alexander Rostov, a Russian nobleman who, after the Bolshevik Revolution ofis sentenced to lifelong imprisonment in Moscow’s Metropol Hotel.

The Count must adjust not only to his new circumstances in a small room in the hotel’s belfry but. Reading Sergei Aksakov's A RUSSIAN GENTLEMAN always makes me wish that some American writer had done a book like it about some American pioneer.

Fenimore Cooper (a contemporary of Aksakov had a chance to do it. His father was a large landowner at Cooperstown, New York, in a region that had once been the home of the Iroquois (as Aksakov's Ufa had once been the home of the Bashkirs).

A Russian Gentleman_ seems a suitable title for this book, because the whole scene, in which a multitude of characters appear, is entirely dominated and permeated by the tremendous personality of Aksakoff's grandfather, Stepan Mihailovitch. What other book might you compare A Gentleman in Moscow to and why.

I can't think of any. Having said that, one of the best things in this book is the way that the characterization, which is rich, drives an excellent plot. I loved the characters and I miss them now that the book is behind me.

In A Gentleman in Moscow, which begins after the Russian Revolution ofTowles's protagonist, Count Alexander Ilyich Rostov, aspires to move down the social ladder, transforming himself from count to comrade to save his Soviet-era skin while preserving his Russian soul.

A Gentleman in Moscow is an amazing story because it manages to be a little bit of everything. There’s fantastical romance, politics, espionage, parenthood and poetry. The book is technically historical fiction, but you would be just as accurate calling it a thriller or a love story.” —Bill Gates “The book is like a salve.

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On JCount Alexander Ilyich Rostov is sentenced to a life of house arrest in Moscow’s Metropol Hotel. The sentence is handed down by a Bolshevik tribunal because the Count had written a poem in with revolutionary undertones.

He is a member of the Russian nobility, which is quickly being dissolved in favor of a Communist government structure, and so when he returns to the. Love, New York and all that jazz This article is more bearing major booty in the form of a proof of A Gentleman in Katey Kontent, the daughter of a Russian immigrant, and her friend, Evie Author: Rachel Cooke.Additional Physical Format: Online version: Aksakov, S.T.

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Plain and rough in his appearance and habits, but proud of his long descent; hardly able to read or write.