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Antonovich, M. A., "Asmodey nashego vremeni (An As-modeus of our Time)," in Fathers and Children, edited by Patrick Waddington, Everyman, p. 253, originally published in Sovremennik (The Contemporary), No. 3, 1862.

Berlin, Isaiah, Lecture on Fathers and Children, in Fathers and Children, edited by Patrick Waddington, Everyman, p. 272, originally published in "Fathers and Children": the Romanes Lecture, delivered in the Sheldonian Theatre, 12 November 1970, Oxford University Press, 1972, pp. 55-56.

Engel, Barbara Alpern, Excerpt, in Fathers and Children, edited by Patrick Waddington, Everyman, p. 273, originally published in Mothers and Daughters: Women of the Intelligentsia in Nineteenth-Century Russia, Cambridge University Press, 1983, p. 63.

Garnett, Edward, Turgenev, Kennikat Press, 1966, p. 110.

Gertsen, A. I., "Yeshchéraz Bazarov (Bazarov Again)," in Fathers and Children, edited by Patrick Waddington, Everyman, p. 257, originally published in Polyarnaya zvezda (The Pole Star), 1869.

Henry, Peter, "I. S. Turgenev: Fathers and Sons," in Fathers and Children, edited by Patrick Waddington, Everyman, p. 277-78, originally...

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