Village of Stepanchikovo
Fyodor Mikhailovich Dostoyevsky (1821-1881): His first novel, The Humanlets, was published in 1846. The famous critic V. Belinski spoke of Dostoevsky as the great writer of the future on this work. However, his later published works did not attract much attention at that time. The writer was arrested in 1849 on the grounds that he was a member of the Petrashevsky group, which opposed the oppressive regime of Nicholas I. When he was about to be shot, his sentence was commuted to exile and compulsory military service. After completing his sentence and returning from Siberia, he started publishing the magazine Vremya in Petersburg. Dostoyevsky, with the characters he drew in the Village of Stepanchikovo, published in 1859, shows that the Russian personality is no different in the village than in the city.
Fyodor Mihayloviç Dostoyevski (1821-1881): İlk romanı İnsancıklar 1846’da yayımlandı. Ünlü eleştirmen V. Belinski bu eser üzerine Dostoyevski’den geleceğin büyük yazarı olarak söz etti. Ancak daha sonra yayımlanan eserleri o dönemde fazla ilgi görmedi. Yazar 1849’da I.Nikola’nın baskıcı rejimine muhalif Petraşevski grubunun üyesi olduğu gerekçesiyle tutuklandı. Kurşuna dizilmek üzereyken cezası sürgün ve zorunlu askerliğe çevrildi. Cezasını tamamlayıp Sibirya’dan döndükten sonra Petersburg’da Vremya dergisini çıkarmaya başladı. Dostoyevski, 1859’da yayımlanan Stepançikovo Köyü’nde çizdiği karakterlerle Rus kişiliğinin köyde de şehirdekinden farksız olduğunu sergiler.
Nihal Yalaza Taluy (1900-1963): She is one of the leading Russian translators of the first generation of the Republic. The translation corpus of Taluy, whose translations of Pushkin, Gogol and Turgenev, as well as Dostoyevsky and Tolstoy are read with admiration, exceeds thirty books.
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