Ideals and Realities book. THIS book originated in a series of eight lectures on ‘Russian Literature during the Nineteenth Century’ which Peter Kropotkin delivered in March 1901, at the Lowell Institute, in Boston
Ideals and Realities book. THIS book originated in a series of eight lectures on ‘Russian Literature during the Nineteenth Century’ which Peter Kropotkin delivered in March 1901, at the Lowell Institute, in Boston. Given the impossibility of exhausting so wide a subject as Russian Literature within the limits of one book, Kropotkin focused his attention on modern literature.
Kropotkin, Petr Alekseevich, Kni︠a︡zʹ. First published 1905 under title: Russian literature "Bibliographical notes. This book originated in a series of eight lectures on Russian literature during the nineteenth century which I delivered. in March, 1901, at the Lowell institute, in Boston. MoreLess Show More Show Less.
Kropotkin Russian Literature - Free ebook download as PDF File . df), Text File . xt) or read book online for free. In this book he very ably intermingled his impressions of travel with various philosophical and moral discussions and with pictures from Russian life. He insisted especially upon the horrors of serfdom, as also upon the bad organi- sation of the administration, the venality of the law-courts, and so on, conrming his general condemnations by concrete facts taken from real life.
Book Source: Digital Library of India Item 2015. d. ontributor Literature d. ubject. classification: Literature d. keywords: Pushkin And Lermontoff - Literature d. keywords: Gogol - Literarture d. keywords: Turgueneff - Tolstoy - Literarture d. keywords: Gontcharoff - Dostoyevskiy - Nekrasoff - Literarture d. keywords: Russian Literature - Literay Studies d. itle: Russian Literature Ideals And Realities.
This scarce antiquarian book is a facsimile reprint of the original. Due to its age, it may contain imperfections such as marks, notations, marginalia and flawed pages.
Items related to Russian Literature: Ideals and Realities. Kropotkin, Petr Alekseevich; Kropotkin, Peter Russian Literature: Ideals and Realities. ISBN 13: 9781410207548. Russian Literature: Ideals and Realities. Prince Peter Kropotkin (born in 1842) was best known as an anarchist philosopher, and many do not realize that in the early 20th-century he wrote and lectured in the United States on Russian literature.
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PRINCE KROPOTKIN'S "Ideals and Realities in Russian Literature" originated in a series or lectures at the Lowell Institute, Boston, in 1901. The change in the attitude of the public toward things Russian may be gauged by the fact that since its reissuance by Mr. Knopf it has gone to a second printing within a year. View Full Article in Timesmachine .
Kropotkin gave up his life of nobility. He became the intellectual leader of Anarchist-Communism. The introduction states, "The Conquest of Bread is a revolutionary idyl, a beautiful outline sketch of a future society based on liberty, equality and fraternity
Kropotkin gave up his life of nobility. The introduction states, "The Conquest of Bread is a revolutionary idyl, a beautiful outline sketch of a future society based on liberty, equality and fraternity. It is, in Kropotkin's own words, "a study of the needs of humanity, and of the economic means to satisfy them. It meets all the difficulties of the social inquirer who says: The Anarchist ideal is alluring, but how could you work it out?" OZON.