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Critical Essay by Margaret Dalton

SOURCE: Dalton, Margaret. “Common Romantic Motifs: Karolina Pavlova's ‘Dvojnaja žizn’ and Ivan Turgenev's ‘Faust.’” In Alexander Lipson: In Memoriam, pp. 50-8. Columbus, Ohio: Slavica Publishers, 1993.

In the following essay, Dalton finds parallels between Karolina Pavlova's “A Double Life” and Turgenev's “Faust.”

At first glance a comparison between one of the few prose works1 by a prominent nineteenth-century poetess, and a story by a representative of so-called Russian realist fiction hardly seems justified.2 Pavlova's society tale, “A Double Life” (published in 1848), describes the dream experiences of the heroine, Cecilia von Lindenborn, against a background of petty intrigue and manipulation: while Cecilia's mother tries to get her married to the wealthy...

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