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EUROPE Russian. The Russian novel properly begins with Niko- lay Karamzin (
1766-1826), who introduced into Russian literature not only the exotic
sentimental romanticism best seen in his novels Poor Lisa and Natalya, the Boy-
In pre-Revolution- Pre-Rev- ary Russia may be observed a most dramatic
illustration olutionary of the disproportion that ... It does include the fables of Ivan
Krylov; a great treasury of Russian folktales (skazki) assembled by A.N.
Afanasyev; the ...
Bakunin admired Marx's intellect but could hardly forget that Marx had published
a report in 1848 charging him with being a Russian agent. He felt that Marx was a
German authoritarian and an arrogant Jew who wanted to transform the ...
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