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A Sportsman's Sketches


A Sportsman's Sketches (1852), alternatively titled Sketches from a Hunter's Album, or Notes of a Hunter. is a collection of short stories establishing Turgenev as a master of Russian Realism, prior to publication of his novel considered his masterwork, Fathers and Sons, published in 1862. Volume I stories presented here, some offered singly in "Short Stories." [Illustrations by Pyotr Petrovich Sokolov for "Lgov" and "The Counting-House" and Turgenev's own illustration for "Kassyan."]

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Table of Contents

Chapter I - KHOR AND KALINITCH

Chapter II - YERMOLAÏ AND THE MILLER'S WIFE

Chapter III - RASPBERRY SPRING

Chapter IV - THE DISTRICT DOCTOR

Chapter V - MY NEIGHBOR RADILOV

Chapter VI - THE PEASANT PROPRIETOR OVSYANIKOV

Chapter VII - LGOV

Chapter VIII - BYEZHIN PRAIRIE

Chapter IX - KASSYAN OF FAIR SPRINGS

Chapter X - THE AGENT

Chapter XI - THE COUNTING-HOUSE

Chapter XII - BIRYUK

Chapter XIII - TWO COUNTRY GENTLEMEN

Chapter XIV - LEBEDYAN

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