Additional Resources for Fathers and Sons by Ivan Turgenev

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Costlow, Jane Tussey, Worlds within Worlds: The Novels of Ivan Turgenev, Princeton University Press, 1990.

Turgenev's books are well known for the accurate portrayal of life within his time. The author discusses this aspect of his writing combined with his exquisite style for words.

Freeborn, Richard, The Russian Revolutionary Novel: Turgenev to Pasternak, Cambridge University Press, 1985.

Turgenev and Pasternak are just two of the Russian writers who faced persecution for their revolutionary works. One of the richest periods in Russian literature spans from the novels of Turgenev's time in the middle of the nineteenth century to those of Pasternak in the middle of the twentieth century.

Hayek, F. A., The Road to Serfdom, University of Chicago Press, 1994.

Ahead of its time when first published in 1947, this book discusses the dangers to a society when the government gains increasing economic control. Hayek focuses mainly on the tyrannies of his time...

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