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Author: David Marshall Lang
ISBN: 083719637X
ISBN13: 978-0837196374
Language: English
Publisher: Greenwood-Heinemann Publishing; New edition edition (November 1977)
Pages: 298
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The First Russian Radical by David Marshall Lang is the fascinating biography of Alexander Radishchev (1749-1802). Radishchev lived a very interesting life that led him from early success working in the government of Catherine the Great to exile in Siberia and personal ruin.

The First Russian Radical by David Marshall Lang is the fascinating biography of Alexander Radishchev (1749-1802). This turnabout was triggered by the controversial book that he wrote after taking a journey from St. Petersburg to Moscow.

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University of California, Los Angeles RAYMOND H. FISHER. DAVID MARSHALL LANG, The First Russian Radical: Alexander Radishl- chev, 1749-1802. London: George Allen & Unwin Lt. 1959. However, to enlarge on this may seem pedantic, and one of the best things about Dr. Lang is that he is not pedantic. To him, history is not a mere catalogue of dates and statistics to be memorized. He makes it come alive.

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David Marshall Lang (6 May 1924 – 30 March 1991), was a Professor of Caucasian Studies, School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London. He was one of the most productive British scholars who specialized in Georgian, Armenian and ancient Bulgarian history. First Russian Radical, Alexander Radischev, 1749-1802 (London: George Allen & Unwin, 1959). A Modern History of Georgia (London: Weidenfeld and Nicolson, 1962). The Georgians (New York: Praeger, 1966).

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This book has so much information you will need to read it five times! Alexander Radishchev is one of the most interesting individuals of the enlightenment period in Russia.
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The First Russian Radical by David Marshall Lang is the fascinating biography of Alexander Radishchev (1749-1802). Radishchev lived a very interesting life that led him from early success working in the government of Catherine the Great to exile in Siberia and personal ruin. This turnabout was triggered by the controversial book that he wrote after taking a journey from St. Petersburg to Moscow. Radishchev's book strongly criticized the ruling class and expressed concern for the serfs that suffered under its rule. Expressing these views would be controversial at any time, but was especially dangerous at a time when monarchs throughout Europe were deeply concerned over the violence of the French Revolution. This biography contains interesting descriptions of Radishchev's early education and work, the Russian government under the rule of Catherine the Great, the conditions of the serfs in Czarist Russia, and Radishchev's journey and exile in Siberia. Radishchev was a man of the Enlightenment and, like Joseph Priestley in England and Enlightenment figures in France, Radishchev paid a heavy price for his progressive views. Lang's biography does a good job of describing the life of this little known and very interesting man.
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