Goncharov I. Oblomov

Standing on a par with the great tragi-comedies of Dostoevsky and Gogol, Goncharov’s gentle satire on the failings of nineteenth-century Russian gentry and bureaucracy turns into something deeper and richer than satire as the novelist probes the character of a protagonist whose constitutional lethargy becomes a symbol for the malaise of the human spirit in an alienating world.

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