Youth

Lev Nikolayevich Tolstoy (1828-1910):The great author of Anna Karenina, War and Peace, Resurrection, in the last thirty years of his life, he devoted himself to theoretical studies on human, family, religion, state, society, freedom, submission, rebellion, art and aesthetics. In the novels and stories he wrote during this period, he dealt with the problems of humanity, which he had been thinking about for years, with a literary fiction. Youth, the last book of Tolstoy’s semi-autobiographical trilogy (Childhood, Adolescence, Youth), was first published in the journal Sovremennik in 1857.

In the last book, Tolstoy describes his hero’s acquaintance with university, a different social environment, love, and his ever-expanding horizon, in an extremely sincere and effective language, as in the first two books. Youth is one of the first works in which the power of observation that distinguishes Tolstoy from his contemporaries and the simple, striking style that has now become the author’s trademark come to the fore.

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Lev Nikolayeviç Tolstoy (1828-1910): Anna Karenina, Savaş ve Barış, Diriliş’in büyük yazarı, yaşamının son otuz yılında kendini insan, aile, din, devlet, toplum, özgürlük, boyun eğme, başkaldırma, sanat ve estetik konularında kuramsal çalışmalara da verdi. Bu dönemde yazdığı roman ve öykülerinde yıllarca üzerinde düşündüğü insanlık sorunlarını edebi bir kurguyla ele aldı. Tolstoy’un yarı otobiyografik denebilecek üçlemesinin (Çocukluk, İlkgençlik, Gençlik) son kitabı olan Gençlik, ilk kez 1857 yılında Sovremennik dergisinde yayımlandı.

Tolstoy son kitapta kahramanının üniversiteyle, farklı bir sosyal çevreyle, aşkla tanışmasını, gittikçe genişleyen ufkunu, ilk iki kitaptaki gibi son derece samimi, etkili bir dille anlatır. Gençlik, Tolstoy’u çağdaşlarından ayıran gözlem gücünün ve artık yazarın alâmetifarikası haline gelen sade, çarpıcı üslubunun öne çıktığı ilk eserlerden biridir.

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Ayşe Hacıhasanoğlu (1952): She graduated from DTCF Russian Language and Literature Department. He worked as a translator in the Press Office of the USSR Embassy for a while. He made translations in the fields of literature and social sciences. Dostoyevsky, Tolstoy, Gorky, Bagirov are among the authors whose works he translated into Turkish.

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Turkish

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256

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2015

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