... Florence Hapgood. BY ISABEL F. HAPGOOD AUTHOR OF THE EPIC SONGS
OF RUSSIA " bien ou ANOD rien . āhe Riverside Press BOSTON AND NEW
YORK HOUGHTON , MIFFLIN AND COMPANY The Riverside Press , Cambridge 1895 slow 3018.1591 Marylougend font + Copyright , 1895 , BY. RUSSIAN RAMBLES.
Her account entitled Russian Rambles (1895) highlighted detached pictures of Russian society. She stressed, like Bouton, that travelers must refuse to ...
Author: Jennifer M. Hudson
Publisher: Lexington Books
This study examines cases of rhetorical antagonisms and collaborations between the United States and the Soviet Union throughout the Cold War. The author analyzes relations from cultural and political angles and investigates mutual perspectives at both the government and grassroots levels.
Author: San Francisco Public LibraryPublish On: 1895
1895 . 914.571 BRANDES , G. Impressions of Russia . 1889. 914.438
EDWARDS , H. S. Russians at home and abroad . 2 vols . 1879 . 914.348-9
HAPGOOD , I. Russian rambles . 1895 . 914.292 HARE , A. J. C. Studies in
Russia . 914.390 ...
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Russian Rambles . Isabel F. Hapgood . 12mo , Boston 1895 Social England .
H. D. Trail , Ed . Vol . 4 . 8vo , N. Y. 1895 Some Memories of Paris . F. Adolphus ,
12mo , N. Y. 1895 South Africa . W. B. Worsfold . 12mo , London 1895 Spanish ...
89..I 5815 Gesner , A. Industrial Resources of Nova Scotia . Halifax , 1849. 8o .... I
5078 Gilbert , L. Russia illustrated . London , 1833. 8 ° I 7832 Hall , Capt . B.
Voyages and Travels . London 1895. 8o . I 9774 Hapgood , I. F. Russian Rambles .
Category: Library catalogs
Consists of "accessions" and "books in foreign languages".
Author: Isabel Florence HapgoodPublish On: 2017-07-14
Many works of historical writers and scientists are available today as antiques only. Hansebooks newly publishes these books and contributes to the preservation of literature which has become rare and historical knowledge for the future.
Author: Isabel Florence Hapgood
Russian Rambles is an unchanged, high-quality reprint of the original edition of 1895. Hansebooks is editor of the literature on different topic areas such as research and science, travel and expeditions, cooking and nutrition, medicine, and other genres. As a publisher we focus on the preservation of historical literature. Many works of historical writers and scientists are available today as antiques only. Hansebooks newly publishes these books and contributes to the preservation of literature which has become rare and historical knowledge for the future.
( 1894 ) , 919 . B21 Bok , Edward W. Success ward : A Young Man's Davis ,
Richard Harding About Paris . [ 1895 ) . 914.436 D29 Book for Young Men . [
1895 ] . 170. B73 Hapgood , Isabel F. Russian Rambles . [ 1895 ) . Sherwood ,
Mrs. John .
Isabelle Hapgood, Russian Rambles (Boston: Houghton, Mifflin & Co., 1895). ... Louise McReynolds, Russia at Play: Leisure Activities at the End ofthe Tsa- ...
Author: Margarita Marinova
In this study, Marinova examines the diverse practices of crossing boundaries, tactics of translation, and experiences of double and multiple political and national attachments evident in texts about Russo-American encounters from the end of the American Civil War to the Russian Revolution of 1905. Marinova brings together published writings, archival materials, and personal correspondence of well or less known travelers of diverse ethnic backgrounds and artistic predilections: from the quintessential American Mark Twain to the Russian-Jewish ethnographer and revolutionary Vladimir Bogoraz; from masters of realist prose such as the Ukrainian-born Vladimir Korolenko and the Jewish-Russian-American Abraham Cahan, to romantic wanderers like Edna Proctor, Isabel Hapgood or Grigorii Machtet. By highlighting the reification of problematic stereotypes of ethnic and racial difference in these texts, Marinova illuminates the astonishing success of the Cold War period’s rhetoric of mutual hatred and exclusion, and its continuing legacy today.
Author: Osterhout Free Library (Wilkes-Barre, Pa.)Publish On: 1895
BRANDES , G. M. C. Impressions of Russia , 1887. 1889 T47 B HAPGOOD , I. F. Russian Rambles . 1895. . T47 H JACKSON , F : G : Great Frozen Land ;
Narrative of a Winter Journey across the Tundras , and a Sojourn among the
Author: Osterhout Free Library, Wilkes-Barre, PaPublish On: 1895
BRANDES , G. M. C. Impressions of Russia , 1887. 1889 T47 B HAPGOOD , I. F. Russian Rambles . 1895 T47 H JACKSON , F : G : Great Frozen Land ; Narrative
of a Winter Journey across the Tundras , and a Sojourn among the Samoyads ...
She also wrote a number of studies and reflections, including The Epic Songs of Russia (1886), Russian Rambles (1895), and A Survey of Russian Literature ...
Author: Norman E. Saul
Publisher: Lexington Books
Charles R. Crane acquired his appreciation for Russian culture and life through travel in the country, making a total of twenty-four trips to Russia. Crane developed friendships and professional relationships with many prominent Russians in political, cultural, and artistic spheres. Crane spent a considerable amount of his own time and resources in his attempts to educate Americans about the Russian people. By studying this unusual man, Norman E. Saul explores the world in which he lived and traveled. The relationship between America and Russia has always been a complex and fascinating one, and Saul shines light on a pivotal period in that relationship.
Yet this Russian sadness is unobtrusive in social spheres; there is surface gaiety, ... many of them later included in her book Russian Rambles (1895).
Author: Dorothy Brewster
Category: Literary Collections
First published in 1954, East-West Passage is a detailed study of the literary relationship between Russia and the West. Divided into two parts, the book focuses both on specific literary connections, as well as on broader social and political considerations. It traces the gradual increase in awareness of Russian literature in England and the United States through the nineteenth and twentieth centuries, and considers the material that emerged in response, such as doctoral dissertations and critical essays. The volume highlights changes in literary tastes over the years, and explores in detail Russia’s influence on the West. East-West Passage is ideal for those with an interest in the history of literature, as well as social and cultural history.
Jersey City , F : D . Linn & Co. , 1895 . the doctrine of inspiration . ... Russian rambles . vocabulary , by Victor S. Clark . ... Miss Hapgood is , both through a
long residence there Few Americans are more familiar with Russia than [ 1233
The Russian words were translated not only on the foolscap sheet of paper ... published in 1891 ( and then in a book , Russian Rambles , in 1895 ) .
Author: Klaus Kaindl
Publisher: John Benjamins Publishing Company
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines
This volume extends and deepens our understanding of Translator Studies by charting new territory in terms of theory, methods and concepts. The focus is on literary translators, their roles, identities, and personalities. The book introduces pertinent translator-centered approaches in four sections: historical-biographical studies, social-scientific and process-oriented methods, and approaches that use paratexts or translations to study literary translators. Drawing on a variety of concepts, such as identity, role, self, posture, habitus, and voice, the various chapters showcase forgotten literary translators and shed new light on some well-known figures; they examine literary translators not as functioning units but as human beings in their uniqueness. Literary Translator Studies as a subdiscipline of Translation Studies demonstrates how exploring the cultural, social, psychological, and cognitive facets of translatorial subjects contributes to a holistic understanding of translation.
You seem to appreciate our Russian ways and thoughts. I have taken a good deal of interest in studying ... A CHAPTER FROM Russian Rambles, 1895 THE AMERICAS.
Publisher: Read Books Ltd
“I Travel the Open Road” contains a fantastic collection of classic travel writings by a variety of notable authors, including Robert Louis Stevenson, G. K. Chesterton, and others. With pieces covering Europe, Africa, Asia, Russia, and the Americas, this collection offers the reader an insight not only into many different countries around the world, but also into history and the people and places of times past. Highly recommended for lovers of travel writing and discerning collectors of classic literature. Contents include: “Summer in Somerset, by Richard Jefferies”, “Sunday in London, by George W. E. Russell”, “Cambridge as Village and City, by John Fiske”, “The Country-Side: Sussex, by Richard Jefferies”, “Rotterdam, by E. V. Lucas”, “Amsterdam, by E. V. Lucas”, “Antwerp and Brussels, by Charles Bullard Fairbanks”, “Paris, by Charles Bullard Fairbanks”, “Nature in the Louvre, by Richard Jefferies”, etc. Read & Co. Travel is proudly publishing this brand-new collection of classic travel writings for the enjoyment of a new generation.
Author: Somerville (Mass.). Public LibraryPublish On: 1895
Free Russia . 1870 ..... 914.7 D Du CHAILLU . Land of the midnight sun . 2v .
1882 ... 914.8 DI GAUTIER . Winter in Russia . 1875 ...... 914.7 G GREENE .
Sketches of army life in Russia . 1880 ...... 914.7 GI HAPGOOD . Russian rambles
. 1895 .