Who Is to Blame?

Who Is to Blame?

A Novel in Two Parts
Alexander Herzen
Introduction by Michael R. Katz
Translated by Michael R. Katz
"Herzen's novel played a significant part in the intellectual ferment of the 1840s. It is an important book in social and moral terms, and wonderfully expressive of Herzen's personality."—Isaiah Berlin

Alexander Herzen was one of the major figures in Russian intellectual life in the nineteenth century. Who Is to Blame? was his first novel. A revealing document and a noteworthy contribution to Russian literature in its own right, it establishes the origins of Herzen's spiritual quest and the outlines of his emerging social and political beliefs, and it foreshadows his mature philosophical views.

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Literature : Fiction, Poetry, and Drama
Literature : Literature / Russia and the Former USSR

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