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Amazing Russian Novels in Translation at SFPL
Created by SFPL_JohnS | 13 items
Russian novels are renowned for their drama, their psychological depth, their historical and social sweep, and their fearless grappling with life and death issues. Here are some of the best novels in recent translations.
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Title Overview Format & Publisher Call Number
War and Peace War and Peace Book - 2007
Alfred A. Knopf
F TOLSTOY
Fathers and Sons Fathers and Sons Book - 2008
Oxford University Press
F TURGENEV
The Brothers Karamazov The Brothers Karamazov
A Novel in Four Parts With Epilogue
Book - 1991
Vintage Books
891.733 D742bp 1991
Eugene Onegin and Other Poems Eugene Onegin and Other Poems Book - 1999
Knopf
891.713 P979ej
Anna Karenina Anna Karenina Book - 2014
Yale University Press
F TOLSTOY
A Hero of Our Time A Hero of Our Time Book - 2009
Penguin Books
F LERMONTO
Crime and Punishment Crime and Punishment Book - 2008
Wilder Publications
F DOSTOYEV 2008
One Day in the Life of Ivan Denisovich One Day in the Life of Ivan Denisovich Book - 1995
Knopf Distributed by Random House
F SoLzheni
The Master and Margarita The Master and Margarita Book - 1997
Penguin
F BULGAKOV
We We Book - 2006
Modern Library
SF ZAMIATIN 2006
Oblomov Oblomov Book - 2006
Bunim & Bannigan
F GONCHARO 2006
Petersburg Petersburg
A Novel in Eight Chapters With A Prologue and An Epilogue
Book - 2011
Penguin Books
F BELY AND
Medea and Her Children Medea and Her Children Book - 2002
Schocken Books
F ULitskai
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