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(Biography) Ivan Alekseyevich (iˈvan alɪkˈsjejɪvitʃ). 1870–1953, Russian novelist and poet; author of The Gentleman from San Francisco (1922)
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Ivan Alekseevich, 1870–1953, Russian writer: Nobel prize 1933.
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The refugees included some of the country's best writers: Marina Tsvetayeva, Ivan Bunin, Viktor Shklovsky, among others.
Among the topics are irrationalism and antisemitism in late-tsarist literature, the philosophical sources and nature of Dostoevskii's anti-rationalism, irrational elements in Ivan Bunin's short story "The Grammar of Love," irrationalist aspects in Russian art from Fedotov to Malevich and into the beyond, and Vladimir Sorokin and the return of history.
She cites Nobel prize-winning Russian author, Ivan Bunin, who maintains it is not the words that need to be translated, but the spirit.) Olin draws upon specific examples from the cavatina to demonstrate phrasing, legato, and other musical and textual considerations.
Zenkovsky), or speculated that Tolstoy may have wished to die reconciled with the Orthodox Church (Ivan Bunin).
Work Author(s): Ivan Bunin; Robert Bowie, translator
Berriault, born of Latvian and Lithuanian parents, was influenced by Chekhov and is appreciative of various writers--including Ivan Turgenev, Ivan Bunin, Vladimir Nabokov, Primo Levi, Raymond Carver, and black and Hispanic writers.
The inclusion of the latter makes the omission of her namesake Ivan Bunin all the more surprising.
Mahoney understands fully and correctly where the value of Solzhenitsyn should be sought: not primarily in the area of the aesthetic, because among his contemporaries Vladlmir Nabokov and Ivan Bunin, Mikhayl Bulgakov and Boris Pasternak, and perhaps even Communists such as Leonid Leonov and others surpass him.