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The Russians And Their Language - N. Jarintzov
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London, UK: Kegan Paul, Trench, Trubner, 1919. First Edition . Hardcover. Very Good. Size=6."x8.5. (full book description) Kegan Paul, Trench, Trubner, London, UK, 1919. 1st Ed. (U.K.) VG+, Hard Cover, No Dust Jacket. Size=6."x8.5", 248pgs(Index). RUSSIAN TEXT. English "Explanatory Notes". Blue cloth, black lettering. Cover fore-edge corners lightly browned, o.w. clean & tight. No ink names, bookplates, etc. Contents bright & in Near Fine condition. 99% OF OUR BOOKS ARE SHIPPED IN CUSTOM BOXES, WE ALWAYS PACK WITH GREAT CARE!, Kegan Paul, Trench, Trubner, 1919, Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1917. Third impression. Accented texts, grammatical and explanatory notes, vocabulary by Boyer and Speranski. Adapted for English-speaking students by Harper. 386 pp. Moderate shelfwear, with frayed spine ends. 1" tear at the front joint. The hinges are broken. Previous owner's names are on the front endpapers.. Hard Cover. Good/No Jacket. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall., University of Chicago Press, 1917, Primary Sources, Historical Collections. Paperback. New. Paperback. 426 pages. Dimensions: 9.7in. x 7.4in. x 0.9in.This book, from the series Primary Sources: Historical Books of the World (Asia and Far East Collection), represents an important historical artifact on Asian history and culture. Its contents come from the legions of academic literature and research on the subject produced over the last several hundred years. Covered within is a discussion drawn from many areas of study and research on the subject. From analyses of the varied geography that encompasses the Asian continent to significant time periods spanning centuries, the book was made in an effort to preserve the work of previous generations. This item ships from multiple locations. Your book may arrive from Roseburg,OR, La Vergne,TN., Primary Sources, Historical Collections, University of Chicago Press. VERY GOOD. 1932. Hardcover. Book 381pp, the introduction in English, then each page has Russian text with extensive English explanatory notes. Tall book, green cloth with gilt lettering. Book VERY GOOD CONDITION, solid and clean, no dj. ., University of Chicago Press, 1932, University of Chicago Press, 1906 Unmarked book, light wear. Hardcover. Good+/No Dust Jacket., University of Chicago Press, 1906, Moscow: Russkij Jazyk, 1991. 8vo. 493 pp. Text chiefly in Russian, with a Russian-English glossary at the back. Near fine., Moscow: Russkij Jazyk, 1991, Barnsley, S Yorkshire, UK: Pen & Sword, 2012. 208 pages, b&w illustrations, notes, bibliography, index. Translated and edited by Jonathan North. Major Louis Joseph Vionnet’s memoirs of Napoleon’s disastrous 1812 campaign in Russia are readable, detailed, and full of personal anecdote and vivid glimpses into the life of the nineteenth-century soldier. His account concentrates in particular on the retreat from Moscow, but he was present at all the major actions and followed the entire course of the campaign from the opening moves in July 1812 to being chased through Prussia by bands of Cossacks in early 1813. He was present at the destruction of Smolensk, toured the battlefield of Borodino and witnessed the great fire in Moscow. Vionnet was a major in the Fusiliers-Grenadiers, a regiment of veterans in the Imperial Guard, and his account provides a wonderful insight into the élan, morale and cohesion of this elite fighting force. Jonathan North has translated Vionnet’s memoirs for the first time for this English edition. In addition to providing detailed explanatory notes, he quotes from the accounts left by five other soldiers from the same regiment, and these extracts allow the reader to follow the ups and downs of the unit as a whole. Louis Joseph Vionnet, Vicomte de Maringoné, was born in Longueville in 1769, the son of a peasant and a lace maker. He joined the artillery in 1793 and was promoted to captain in the line in 1794. He fought in Italy in 1796, in the line infantry in 1798 and the Guard grenadiers in 1806, and campaigned in Prussia, Poland and Spain. In 1809, he joined the Fusiliers of the Guard, fought again in Spain in 1811 and then, with the rank of major, he took part in the 1812 Russian campaign, which he survived. He retired in the 1830s and died in 1834.. First Edition. Hardback. New/New., Pen & Sword, 2012, Moscow: Russian Language Publishers, 1981. Short Stories and Fairy-Tales of the Peoples of the North. A Russian Reader with Explanatory NotesHardback, ex-library, with usual stamps and markings, in good all round condition., Russian Language Publishers, 1981, Moscow: Russian Language Publishers, 1980. Russian Reader with Explanatory Notes Russian and English textPaperback, ex-library, with usual stamps and markings, in poor all round condition, suitable as a reading copy., Russian Language Publishers, 1980, Macritchie Press. Paperback. New. Paperback. 256 pages. Dimensions: 8.5in. x 5.5in. x 0.6in.PREFACE THE appearance of this volume at the present moment is so apposite that any prefatory or explanatory remarks are really superfluous, all , the more so that the authoress is already known in this country by her excellent writings on Russia which have appeared in the course of the last few years. It has, however, been suggested that something may be usefully said as to some purposes which, amongst others, this book may serve. In the first place, it is something really new, being an exposition of Russian psychology illustrated by examples of the Russian language. One often hears said by those who have read translations of Russian works, or books written in English about Russia, that they do not yet understand Russian psychology. To that it may be answered that it is very difficult to understand Russian psychology without knowing, at any rate, something of the Russian language. Translations of Russian books are sometimes inexact, and books about Russia are sometimes one-sided. The fact that this book on Russia, Russian, and Russians is written by a Russian in English endows it with the authority of an original, and saves it from the tedium and incorrections of a translation. The authoress has lived long enough in England to how what is both interesting and unintelligible to English readers, and has lived long enough out of Russia to be able to look at her country and countrymen objectively and to appreciate fully the value and beauty of her own language at the same time she is still able to write sufficiontly subjectively to be inspiriting, and sufficiently broad- mindedly to be convincing. In this way, with the aid of the numerous quotations from such authors as Gogol, Dostoyevski, and others more modern, the book will appeal to those who are interested in Russian literature and psychology, but have no time or indination to study the language written in an engaging and conversational style, it brings certain interesting and illuminating aspects of the Russian character and language to them in their armchairs, as it were. In the second place, the book will be directly useful to the rapidly increasing number of people in this country who are actually studying the Russian language. The many aptly chosen linguistic examples and their explanations and interprotations which illustrate the book go a long way towards providing a Russian syntax very attractively disguised, and will help to impress certain remarkable characteristics of the Russian language on the minds of students more effectively and pleasantly than the arid pages of graminars and textbooks are wont to do. Although differing somewhat radicaIly from the authoress in certain points-amongst others, of pronunciation and the vexed problem of terms- literation and therefore it may be hoped not to be suspected of collusion-the writer has no hesitation in saying that for serious students of the Russian language, literature, and psychology, the present work, being, as it is, a sort of concentrated essence of Russia, is equal in value to half a dozen of the large books on that country which have latterly been so plentifully showered upon us. English people seem to be interested nowadays in Russian literature. Happily, there exist some translations which convey the general meaning of the originals very well indeed-like those by Mrs. Edward Qarnett and a few others, But even they could not possibly transfer the atmosphere of the Russian speech, its beautiful subtlety, or its extreme analytical power. . . This item ships from multiple locations. 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[ED: Taschenbuch], [PU: Macritchie Press], PREFACE THE appearance of this volume at the present moment is so apposite that any prefatory or explanatory remarks are really superfluous, all , the more so that the authoress is already known in this country by her excellent writings on Russia which have appeared in the course of the last few years. It has, however, been suggested that something may be usefully said as to some purposes which, amongst others, this book may serve. In the first place, it is something really new, being an exposition of Russian psychology illustrated by examples of the Russian language. One often hears said by those who have read translations of Russian works, or books written in English about Russia, that they do not yet understand Russian psychology. To that it may be answered that it is very difficult to understand Russian psychology without knowing, at any rate, something of the Russian language. Translations of Russian books are sometimes inexact, and books about Russia are sometimes one-sided. The fact that this book on Russia, Russian, and Russians is written by a Russian in English endows it with the authority of an original, and saves it from the tedium and incorrections of a translation. The authoress has lived long enough in England to how what is both interesting and unintelligible to English readers, and has lived long enough out of Russia to be able to look at her country and countrymen objectively and to appreciate fully the value and beauty of her own language at the same time she is still able to write sufficiontly subjectively to be inspiriting, and sufficiently broad- mindedly to be convincing. In this way, with the aid of the numerous quotations from such authors as Gogol, Dostoyevski, and others more modern, the book will appeal to those who are interested in Russian literature and psychology, but have no time or indination to study the language written in an engaging and conversational style, it brings certain interesting and illuminating aspects of the Russian character and language to them in their armchairs, as it were. In the second place, the book will be directly useful to the rapidly increasing number of people in this country who are actually studying the Russian language. The many aptly chosen linguistic examples and their explanations and interprotations which illustrate the book go a long way towards providing a Russian syntax very attractively disguised, and will help to impress certain remarkable characteristics of the Russian language on the minds of students more effectively and pleasantly than the arid pages of graminars and textbooks are wont to do. Although differing somewhat radicaIly from the authoress in certain points-amongst others, of pronunciation and the vexed problem of terms- literation and therefore it may be hoped not to be suspected of collusion-the writer has no hesitation in saying that for serious students of the Russian language, literature, and psychology, the present work, being, as it is, a sort of concentrated essence of Russia, is equal in value to half a dozen of the large books on that country which have latterly been so plentifully showered upon us. English people seem to be interested nowadays in Russian literature. Happily, there exist some translations which convey the general meaning of the originals very well indeed-like those by Mrs. Edward Qarnett and a few others, But even they could not possibly transfer the atmosphere of the Russian speech, its beautiful subtlety, or its extreme analytical power... Versandfertig in 3-5 Tagen, DE, Neuware, gewerbliches Angebot, offene Rechnung (Vorkasse vorbehalten)

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[ED: Taschenbuch], [PU: Macritchie Press], PREFACE THE appearance of this volume at the present moment is so apposite that any prefatory or explanatory remarks are really superfluous, all , the more so that the authoress is already known in this country by her excellent writings on Russia which have appeared in the course of the last few years. It has, however, been suggested that something may be usefully said as to some purposes which, amongst others, this book may serve. In the first place, it is something really new, being an exposition of Russian psychology illustrated by examples of the Russian language. One often hears said by those who have read translations of Russian works, or books written in English about Russia, that they do not yet understand Russian psychology. To that it may be answered that it is very difficult to understand Russian psychology without knowing, at any rate, something of the Russian language. Translations of Russian books are sometimes inexact, and books about Russia are sometimes one-sided. The fact that this book on Russia, Russian, and Russians is written by a Russian in English endows it with the authority of an original, and saves it from the tedium and incorrections of a translation. The authoress has lived long enough in England to how what is both interesting and unintelligible to English readers, and has lived long enough out of Russia to be able to look at her country and countrymen objectively and to appreciate fully the value and beauty of her own language at the same time she is still able to write sufficiontly subjectively to be inspiriting, and sufficiently broad- mindedly to be convincing. In this way, with the aid of the numerous quotations from such authors as Gogol, Dostoyevski, and others more modern, the book will appeal to those who are interested in Russian literature and psychology, but have no time or indination to study the language written in an engaging and conversational style, it brings certain interesting and illuminating aspects of the Russian character and language to them in their armchairs, as it were. In the second place, the book will be directly useful to the rapidly increasing number of people in this country who are actually studying the Russian language. The many aptly chosen linguistic examples and their explanations and interprotations which illustrate the book go a long way towards providing a Russian syntax very attractively disguised, and will help to impress certain remarkable characteristics of the Russian language on the minds of students more effectively and pleasantly than the arid pages of graminars and textbooks are wont to do. Although differing somewhat radicaIly from the authoress in certain points-amongst others, of pronunciation and the vexed problem of terms- literation and therefore it may be hoped not to be suspected of collusion-the writer has no hesitation in saying that for serious students of the Russian language, literature, and psychology, the present work, being, as it is, a sort of concentrated essence of Russia, is equal in value to half a dozen of the large books on that country which have latterly been so plentifully showered upon us. English people seem to be interested nowadays in Russian literature. Happily, there exist some translations which convey the general meaning of the originals very well indeed-like those by Mrs. Edward Qarnett and a few others, But even they could not possibly transfer the atmosphere of the Russian speech, its beautiful subtlety, or its extreme analytical power...Versandfertig in 3-5 Tagen, [SC: 0.00]

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[ED: Taschenbuch], [PU: MACRITCHIE PR], PREFACE THE appearance of this volume at the present moment is so apposite that any prefatory or explanatory remarks are really superfluous, all , the more so that the authoress is already known in this country by her excellent writings on Russia which have appeared in the course of the last few years. It has, however, been suggested that something may be usefully said as to some purposes which, amongst others, this book may serve. In the first place, it is something really new, being an exposition of Russian psychology illustrated by examples of the Russian language. One often hears said by those who have read translations of Russian works, or books written in English about Russia, that they do not yet understand Russian psychology. To that it may be answered that it is very difficult to understand Russian psychology without knowing, at any rate, something of the Russian language. Translations of Russian books are sometimes inexact, and books about Russia are sometimes one-sided. The fact that this book on Russia, Russian, and Russians is written by a Russian in English endows it with the authority of an original, and saves it from the tedium and incorrections of a translation. The authoress has lived long enough in England to how what is both interesting and unintelligible to English readers, and has lived long enough out of Russia to be able to look at her country and countrymen objectively and to appreciate fully the value and beauty of her own language at the same time she is still able to write sufficiontly subjectively to be inspiriting, and sufficiently broad- mindedly to be convincing. In this way, with the aid of the numerous quotations from such authors as Gogol, Dostoyevski, and others more modern, the book will appeal to those who are interested in Russian literature and psychology, but have no time or indination to study the language written in an engaging and conversational style, it brings certain interesting and illuminating aspects of the Russian character and language to them in their armchairs, as it were. In the second place, the book will be directly useful to the rapidly increasing number of people in this country who are actually studying the Russian language. The many aptly chosen linguistic examples and their explanations and interprotations which illustrate the book go a long way towards providing a Russian syntax very attractively disguised, and will help to impress certain remarkable characteristics of the Russian language on the minds of students more effectively and pleasantly than the arid pages of graminars and textbooks are wont to do. Although differing somewhat radicaIly from the authoress in certain points-amongst others, of pronunciation and the vexed problem of terms- literation and therefore it may be hoped not to be suspected of collusion-the writer has no hesitation in saying that for serious students of the Russian language, literature, and psychology, the present work, being, as it is, a sort of concentrated essence of Russia, is equal in value to half a dozen of the large books on that country which have latterly been so plentifully showered upon us. English people seem to be interested nowadays in Russian literature. Happily, there exist some translations which convey the general meaning of the originals very well indeed-like those by Mrs. Edward Qarnett and a few others, But even they could not possibly transfer the atmosphere of the Russian speech, its beautiful subtlety, or its extreme analytical power...Versandfertig in über 4 Wochen, [SC: 0.00]

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PREFACE THE appearance of this volume at the present moment is so apposite that any prefatory or explanatory remarks are really superfluous, all, the more so that the authoress is already known in this country by her excellent writings on Russia which have appeared in the course of the last few years. It has, however, been suggested that something may be usefully said as to some purposes which, amongst others, this book may serve. In the first place, it is something really new, being an PREFACE THE appearance of this volume at the present moment is so apposite that any prefatory or explanatory remarks are really superfluous, all, the more so that the authoress is already known in this country by her excellent writings on Russia which have appeared in the course of the last few years. It has, however, been suggested that something may be usefully said as to some purposes which, amongst others, this book may serve. In the first place, it is something really new, being an exposition of Russian psychology illustrated by examples of the Russian language. One often hears said by those who have read translations of Russian works, or books written in English about Russia, that they do not yet understand Russian psychology. To that it may be answered that it is very difficult to understand Russian psychology without knowing, at any rate, something of the Russian language. Translations of Russian books are sometimes inexact, and books about Russia are sometimes one-sided. The fact that this book on Russia, Russian, and Russians is written by a Russian in English endows it with the authority of an original, and saves it from the tedium and incorrections of a translation. The authoress has lived long enough in England to how what is both interesting and unintelligible to English readers, and has lived long enough out of Russia to be able to look at her country and countrymen objectively and to appreciate fully the value and beauty of her own language at the same time she is still able to write sufficiontly subjectively to be inspiriting, and sufficiently broad- mindedly to be convincing. In this way, with the aid of the numerous quotations from such authors as Gogol, Dostoyevski, and others more modern, the book will appeal to those who are interested in Russian literature and psychology, but have no time or indination to study the language written in an engaging and conversational style, it brings certain interesting and illuminating aspects of the Russian Books, Language Arts~~General, Russians-And-Their-Language~~Nadine-Jarintzov, 999999999, The Russians and Their Language, N. Jarintzov, 1443776130, Macritchie Press, , , , , Macritchie Press

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9781443776134
ISBN (ISBN-10): 1443776130
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Date de parution: 2008
Editeur: Macritchie Press
256 Pages
Poids: 0,327 kg
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