K.S. Aksakov, a Study in Ideas (Christoff, Peter K//Introduction to Nineteenth-Century Russian Slavophilism)

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Biography. Aksakov was born in the village of Nadezhdino (then Orenburg Governorate, now Bashkortostan), into a family of prominent Russian writer Sergey Timofeevich Aksakov (—) and his wife Olga Semyonovna Zaplatina (—). The third son of eleven children, he was a younger brother of the writers Konstatin and Vera Aksakova.

His paternal grandfather Timofey. Resources by Konstantin Sergeevich Aksakov (10) Ty drevneĭ slavoi︠u︡ polna, ili Neistovyĭ moskvich / K. Aksakov ; sostavitelʹ, avtor vstupitelʹnoĭ statʹi, putevoditeli︠a︡ i kommentariev E.I︠U︡. Filʹkina Aksakov, Konstantin Sergeevich, [ Book: ] Languages: Russian.

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K.S. Aksakov had claimed that the novel was "a naked imitation of the external features of the great works of Gogol."15 Perhaps where The Double struck a nerve most was the perception of its unconventional portrayal of lunacy. Belinsky himself saw Dostoevsky's fantastical elements as a break from the accurate aims of literature.

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The author compares the views of K.S. Aksakov, I.V. Kireyevsky and A.S. Khomyakov with L.N. Tolstoy's position on the dispute about the books for common people. "Mr. Jackson's book is exemplary not only because it offers persuasive interpretations, but also because it identifies the essential difficulties that the texts pose to a reader, and it faces these difficulties with unfailing enthusiasm and intelligence.''- William'M.

Todd III, Stanford University $ K. Aksakov, A Study in Ideas. The essays present fresh approaches to his central themes: love, death, religious faith and doubt, violence, the animal kingdom, and war. They also assess his reception both in his lifetime and subsequently.

Setting new agendas for the study of this classic author, this volume provides a snapshot of more current scholarship on Tolstoy. Soviet literary scholarship has worked fruitfully to assimilate Goethe’s heritage. In prerevolutionary Russia, Goethe was studied and translated beginning in the 18th century.

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Aksakov, for example, responded to Dostoevsky's newly-published “poem” as follows: nor ideas, nothing. From the rags of the once-beautiful clothing of a true artist Mr.

Dostoevsky. Khomiakov’s poem “To Russia” () had a strong impact on Russian society, as did K. Aksakov’s “The Return” (). “To Peter” (), and “Free Speech” () and I. Aksakov’s narrative poem The Tramp (). These poems were critical of serfdom and denounced unjust courts, bribe-taking, and the alienation of the.

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