Anthology of Russian Literature from the Earliest Period to the Present Time - Vol. 2

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CONTENTS
PAGE
PREFACEv
A SKETH OF RUSSIAN IN THE NINETEENTH CENTURY1
THE NINETEENTH CENTURY25
Karamzín (1766-1826)27
Letters of a Russian Traveller28
Tver28
On the French Tragedy30
On Shakspere31
London32
The Churchyard33
Poor Líza34
History of the Russian Empire. Introduction37
Krylóv (1768-1844)41
The Ass and the Nightingale41
The Quartette43
Damian's Fishsoup44
The Swan, the Pike, and the Crab45
The Lion and the Wolf45
The Cloud . 46
The Shipwrecked Sailor and the Sea46
Izmáylov (1779-1831)46
The Drunkard's Vow47
The Canary and the Nightingale47
The Two Cats48
Naryézhny (1780-1825)49
The Two Iváns; or, The Passion for Litigation49
Zhukóvski (1783-1852)54
Svyetlána55
The Minstrel in the Russian Camp.63
Kozlóv (1779-1840)67
Solitude68
Kíev69
The Black Monk70

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  • Title Page iie
  • Preface v
  • Contents vii
  • A Sketch of Russian Literature in The Nineteenth Century 1
  • The Nineteenth Century 25
  • Index 495
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