All Things Are Possible

Lev SHESTOV (1866 - 1938), translated by Samuel S. KOTELIANSKY (1880 - 1955)

A passionate exponent of Russian Existentialism, Lev Shestov is little known in the English-speaking world but had an extensive influence on philosophy and literature in the first half of the 20th century, his influence imprinting thinkers and writers as diverse as D. H. Lawrence, Nicholas Berdyaev, Georges Bataille, and Edmund Husserl. Driven out of Russia by the Bolshevik Revolution, Shestov continued to live, study, and write in Paris, where he died in 1955. - Summary by Expatriate

Genre(s): Modern

Language: English

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Play 01 Foreword by D.H. Lawrence Expatriate
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