A member of the landed gentry, with a seemingly guaranteed income from his estate in the country, Oblomov lives in Petersburg, uninterested in the business that provides his living and barely aware that the revenue is diminishing. Not that he leads a dissolute life of extravagance, balls and entertainment. Instead he is a dreamer, a sybarite, content above all to spend most of the day supine, in bed. The novel opens with Oblomov thus ensconced, attended only by his dirty, grumbling, indolent servant Zahar, who has looked after him since childhood, catering to his every need.
"Obry´v" - roman russkogo pisatelya I. A. Goncharova, napisannyj v 1869 godu. Tret'ya chast' ego "trilogii", v kotoruyu takzhe vhodyat romany "Obyknovennaya istoriya" i "Oblomov". V romane avtor podvergaet kritike idei revolyucionnogo nigilizma. Pervaya publikaciya - v zhurnale "Vestnik Evropy", 1869, ? 1-5. Pervoe otdel'noe izdanie - 1870 g. Bol'shaya chast' dejstviya romana proiskhodit v rodovom imenii Borisa Pavlovicha Rajskogo, kuda glavnyj geroj priezzhaet posle mnogih let, provedyonnyh v Sankt-Peterburge.
Oblomov is the best known novel by Russian writer Ivan Goncharov, first published in 1859. Oblomov is also the central character of the novel, often seen as the ultimate incarnation of the superfluous man, a symbolic character in 19th-century Russian literature. Oblomov was compared to Shakespeare's Hamlet as answering "No!" to the question "To be or not to be?" Oblomov is a young, generous nobleman who seems incapable of making important decisions or undertaking any significant actions.
"Oblomov" - radiospektakl' po romanu "Oblomov". Roman, napisannyy russkim pisatelem Ivanom Aleksandrovichem Goncharovym v period s 1847po 1859 god. Vpervye byl opublikovan v 1859 godu. Roman vhodit v trilogiyu s proizvedeniyami "Obyknovennaya istoriya" i "Obryv", yavlyayas' ee vtoroy chast'yu.
"Obyknovennaya istoriya" - roman vospitaniya, povestvuyushchij o vzroslenii i razocharovanii v sobstvennyh idealah neiskorenimogo, kak predstavlyaetsya vnachale, provincial'nogo romantika - Aleksandra Adueva. Po priezde v Peterburg on postupaet "pod krylo" svoego dyadi - suhovatogo del'ca Petra Adueva. Nesmotrya na popytki starshego Adueva urezonit' ego, romanticheskie ustremleniya mladshego Adueva neizmenno ostavlyayut ego s razbitym serdcem.
"Oblomov" - glavy iz romana "Oblomov". Roman, napisannyy russkim pisatelem Ivanom Aleksandrovichem Goncharovym v period s 1847po 1859 god. Vpervye byl opublikovan v 1859 godu. Roman vhodit v trilogiyu s proizvedeniyami "Obyknovennaya istoriya" i "Obryv", yavlyayas' ee vtoroy chast'yu.
This novel centers on the figure of Ilya Ilyich Oblomov, a member of the dying class of the landed gentry, who spends most of his time lying in bed gazing at life in an apathetic daze, encouraged by his equally lazy servant Zakhar and routinely swindled by his acquaintances. But this torpid existence comes to an end when, spurred on by his crumbling finances, the love of a woman, and the reproaches of his friend, the hardworking Schtoltz, Oblomov finds that he must engage with the real world and face up to his commitments.
Иван Александрович Гончаров (1812 - 1891) - выдающийся русский писатель и литературный критик. Член-корреспондент Петербургской академии наук по разряду русского языка и словесности, действительный статский советник.
"Obyknovennaya istoriya" - radiospektakl' po odnoimennomu romanu. Postanovka Moskovskogo teatra "Sovremennik". Eto pervyy roman russkogo pisatelya Ivana Aleksandrovicha Goncharova, opublikovannyy v 1847 godu v zhurnale "Sovremennik". Inogda ego ob edinyayut v neformal'nuyu trilogiyu s posleduyushchimi romanami "Oblomov" i "Obryv".
A Common Story was the first of novel by Ivan Alexandrovich Goncharov, a Russian novelist. This is an ageless - and predictable - story of the transformation of an idealistic young man from a small town into a rich and cold-hearted metropolitan.