Mikhail Lermontov: Kniaginia Ligovskaia [Princess Ligovskaya] (943 words)

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Many Russians know by heart reams of Lermontov's lyric poetry, much of it expounding on ill-starred love or premonitory death amid awesome Caucasian scenery, while his mature Caucasian narrative poems, The Demon [Demon] and The Novice [Mtsyri], rank among the finest of their genre in the Russian language. However, it is Lermontov's prose which, perhaps inevitably, travels best in translation; and, moreover, his reputation in this field rests almost entirely on A Hero of Our Time [Geroi nashego vremeni], first published in 1840 (second edition 1841), his only completed novel.

Depicted in A Hero of Our Time as a man …

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Cornwell, Neil. "Kniaginia Ligovskaia". The Literary Encyclopedia. First published 23 June 2009
[https://www.litencyc.com/php/sworks.php?rec=true&UID=26813, accessed 25 September 2017.]


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