This 1917 biography of the great Russian novelist, author of such classic works as Fathers and Sons and On the Eve, features a foreword by Joseph Conrad and presents a concise yet insightful overview of Turgenev's life and work.
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About the Author
Edward Garnett (1867-1937) was an English writer, critic, and editor, as well as the husband of the famous Russian translator Constance Garnett and the father of the novelist David Garnett. A discerning literary tastemaker, he helped further the careers of Joseph Conrad, Ford Madox Ford, D. H. Lawrence, T. E. Lawrence, John Galsworthy, and Stephen Crane, among others.