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Ostrovsky: The Storm

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Ostrovsky's The Storm is generally regarded as one of the finest plays to have been written in 19th-century Russia. Contemporary critics viewed it either as showing the dark forces of conservatism or as the highest expression of love for the traditional life and character of the Russian middle class. This edition is edited with an Introduction, Notes & Vocabulary.

Synopsis:

Is generally regarded as one of the finest plays to have been written in 19th-century Russia. Contemporary critics viewed it either as showing the dark forces of conservatism or as the highest expression of love for the traditional life and character of the Russian middle class.

Synopsis:

Ostrovsky's The Storm is generally regarded as one of the finest plays to have been written in 19th-century Russia. Contemporary critics viewed it either as showing the dark forces of conservatism or as the highest expression of love for the traditional life and character of the Russian middle class. This edition is edited with an Introduction, Notes & Vocabulary.

Synopsis:

Generally regarded as one of the finest plays to have been written in 19th-century Russia

Product Details

ISBN:
9780631154525
Author:
Ostrovsky, Aleksandr Nikolaevich
Publisher:
Bristol Classical Press
Author:
Henley, Norman
Author:
Ostrovskii, A.N.
Location:
Oxford, OX, UK ;
Subject:
Russian
Subject:
General
Subject:
Russian & Former Soviet Union
Subject:
Drama-Women and Ethnic
Copyright:
Edition Description:
Trade paper
Series:
Blackwell Russian texts
Series Volume:
no. 3
Publication Date:
1988
Binding:
Paperback
Language:
English
Pages:
160
Dimensions:
8.4 x 5.4 x 0.3 in 1 lb

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Is generally regarded as one of the finest plays to have been written in 19th-century Russia. Contemporary critics viewed it either as showing the dark forces of conservatism or as the highest expression of love for the traditional life and character of the Russian middle class.
"Synopsis" by ,
Ostrovsky's The Storm is generally regarded as one of the finest plays to have been written in 19th-century Russia. Contemporary critics viewed it either as showing the dark forces of conservatism or as the highest expression of love for the traditional life and character of the Russian middle class. This edition is edited with an Introduction, Notes & Vocabulary.
"Synopsis" by , Generally regarded as one of the finest plays to have been written in 19th-century Russia
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