Author:Ivan Sergeyevich Turgenev

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Ivan Turgenev

Russian novelist and playwright. His novel Fathers and Sons is regarded as a major work of 19th-century fiction.

Ivan Turgenev





Short stories



  • A Rash Thing to Do (1843, Неосторожность)
  • ? (Где тонко, там и рвется, 1847)
  • ? (Завтрак у предводителя, 1849/1856)
  • A Conversation on the Highway (Разговор на большой дороге, 1850/1851)
  • ? (Безденежье, 1846/1852)
  • The Hanger-On; Fortune's Fool; The Family Charge (Нахлебник, 1857/1862)
  • A Month in the Country (Месяц в деревне, 1855/1872)
  • An Evening in Sorrento (Вечер в Сорренто, 1882)

Collected works in 15 volumes, translated by Constance Garnett

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