when ivan turgenev was sick and near death he cheerfully undertook a milk cure which predictably enough consis
When IvanTurgenev was sick and near death, he cheerfully undertook a “milk cure,” which, predictably enough, consisted of drinking nine or ten glasses of milk a day and not much else. He reported that it made him feel much better.
turgenev called his fellow russians lazy and slow and sullen and suspicious but the government usually sensiti
Turgenev called his fellow Russians "lazy and slow" and "sullen and suspicious," but the government, usually sensitive to any criticism, has plowed money into celebrating his place in the pantheon of Russian literature.
isabella hammad s debut novel the parisian has intimidating 19th century precedents tolstoy turgenev stendhal
Isabella Hammad's debut novel, "The Parisian," has intimidating 19th-century precedents — Tolstoy, Turgenev, Stendhal — for a narrative structure of historical change filtered through a young person’s coming-of-age