A hunter's note


The Hunter’s Notes by Ivan Turgenev.
This is one of the most famous works of Russian classical literature, full of subtle psychology and unsurpassed description of nature.
A series of stories about the villagers of European Russia, the small gentry, serfs and free peasants, their everyday life and customs, and the complexity of their characters.
The book contains over 120 illustrations, which include spreads, single-page pictures, headpieces, endpapers, colophon images, flyleaves, table of contents and titles.