Early In Her Literary Career Nadezhda Lokhvitskaya, Born In St Petersburg In 1872, Adopted The Pen Name Of Teffi, And It Is As Teffi That She Is Remembered In Prerevolutionary Russia She Was A Literary Star, Known For Her Humorous Satirical Pieces In The 1920s And 30s, She Wrote Some Of Her Finest Stories In Exile In Paris, Recalling Her Unforgettable Encounters With Rasputin, And Her Hopeful Visit At Age Thirteen To Tolstoy After Reading War And Peace In This Selection Of Her Best Autobiographical Stories, She Covers A Wide Range Of Subjects, From Family Life To Revolution And Emigration, Writers And Writing Like Nabokov, Platonov, And Other Great Russian Prose Writers, Teffi Was A Poet Who Turned To Prose But Continued To Write With A Poet S Sensitivity To Tone And Rhythm Like Chekhov, She Fuses Wit, Tragedy, And A Remarkable Capacity For Observation There Are Few Human Weaknesses She Did Not Relate To With Compassion And Understanding.
was a Russian humorist writer Teffi is a pseudonym Her real name was Nadezhda Alexandrovna Lokhvitskaya o after her marriage Nadezhda Alexandrovna Buchinskaya Together with Arkady Averchenko she was one of the most prominent authors of the Satiricon magazine.
- 220 pages
- Tolstoy, Rasputin, Others, and Me
- 22 March 2018 Teffi