Poor Folk pdf
Poor Folk (Russian: Бедные люди, Bednye lyudi), sometimes translated as Poor People, is the first novel by Fyodor Dostoevsky, written over the span of nine months between 1844 and 1845. Dostoyevsky was in financial difficulty because of his extravagant lifestyle and his developing gambling addiction; although he had produced some translations of foreign novels, they had little success, and he decided to write a novel of his own to try to raise funds.
Poor Folk Summary
Poor Folk explores poverty and the relationship between the poor and the rich, common themes of literary naturalism. Largely influenced by Nikolai Gogol’s The Overcoat, Alexander Pushkin’s The Stationmaster and Letters of Abelard and Heloise by Peter Abelard and Héloïse d’Argenteuil, it is an epistolary novel composed of letters written by Varvara and her close friend Makar Devushkin. The name of the book and the main female character were adapted from Nikolai Karamzin’s Poor Liza. Additional elements include the backgrounds of the two protagonists and the tragic ending, both typical characteristics of a middle-class novel.
Details Poor Folk pdf Book
Name Of the Novel: Poor Folk
Author: Fyodor Dostoevsky
Original title: Russian: Бедные люди, Bednye lyudi’
Genre: Epistolary novel
Publication date: 1846
Published in English 1894
Media type: Print (Hardback & Paperback)
Dewey Decimal 891.73/3
LC Class: PG3328
Book Type: pdf / ePub
Download Poor Folk Full pdf Book
There are many students who don’t have enough money to buy books. We are publishing Poor Folk Book full pdf for those who are unable to buy Poor Folk Book. To download this book click the button below.
I hope you have successfully downloaded Poor Folk Book novel from pdfcorner.com. Mistakes are made by human. All the articles published on this site are uploaded by human. If you get the wrong download file or if you face any problem while downloading Poor Folk Book then please let us inform using the comment box.
We do respect All Authors of the books. If you have DCMA related issue/claim then please visit our DCMA Section.