“Nowhere” Leskova in the summary

Two young girls, “poplar and birch”, Lizaveta Grigoryevna Bakhareva and Eugenia Petrovna Glovatskaya return from Moscow after graduation from the institute. Along the way, they visit the monastery for Aunt Bakhareva, Mother Superior of Agnia, where Lisa demonstrates new views on the role of women in the family and life. There, the girls get acquainted with the ingenuous young nun Feoktistoy, who lost her husband and child and escaped to the monastery from her stern mother-in-law. In the village of Merevo, the girls are greeted by the leader Yegor Nikolayevich Bakharev with “childishly simple-hearted blue eyes,” restrained Pyotr Lukich Glovatsky, Lisa’s mother Olga Sergeevna and her sisters: Zinaida, who married the landowner Shatohin, but periodically runs away from her husband to her parents, and Sonia, young lady, what a lot. ” Here is the candidate of jurisprudence Justin Pomada, “very pretty,

Soon Glovatsky and his daughter leave for the district town, where the father again fulfills the duties of the schoolmaster of the school, and Zhenya willingly takes up a simple farm. Two “respectable young people” are frequent guests of their house. Nikolai Stepanovich Vyazmitinov and Alexei Pavlovich Zarnitsyn, Dr. Rozanov and several other people who make up “a circle of very short and very discreet people to each other is a completely new phenomenon in the county’s life.” Zarnitsyn urges Glovatsky to the high calling of a citizen, Vyazmitinov is mostly silent, and the doctor becomes a hot fan of “modest virtues of Jenny.” Glovatskaya never misses and is not burdened by the quiet monotony of her life. Lisa remains in Mereva, but one day she comes to Glovatskaya and asks her to be taken from her family, where everything is “fussy and dead, otherwise it will turn into a “demon” and “monster”. Jenny refuses to take Lisa to her place, Vyazmitinov supplies her with books, and Jenny goes off and makes sure of the girlfriend’s rightness. After talking with her sister, threatening to take Lisa away to her, if she is not allowed to live “according to her nature,” Bakharev sends his eldest daughter to her husband by force, and Liza gives the best room. At a farewell party before leaving for the winter in the provincial town of Jenny and Lisa pay attention to the young foreigner Rainer. In the Epiphany evening, after an unpleasant episode at the ball, when Lisa stood up for the honor of Jenny, she almost froze along the road, returns to Merevo, where she decides to live alone. The old man Bakharev sees that the daughter is not right, but she pities her and believes the words of Agnia about Bakharev’s disposition, the ideas of anxiety that must pass. Lisa comes to Glovatsky extremely rarely, only for Vyazmitinov’s books. She reads randomly, and all close people seem to her “monuments of past attachments,” living not in the world, but in the “world.” On one evening at Glovatsky there is a remarkable dispute in which Rozanov, in opposition to Zarnitsyn, asserts that “every nation has its own dramatic struggle”, which does not differ word-for-word. Brother Jenny, Hippolytus, imprisoned for student business, his fate is decided by the intercession and communications of the abbess Agnia. Zarnitsyn conceals and, portraying himself as a politician, puts proclamations in the pocket of the inspector of the Greek school, Safianos. Vyazmitinov is more serious and has common business with Rainer. Soon Vyazmitinov admits Jenny in love. And on the passionate week, Rosa Lisa, clearly sympathetic to Lisa, encourages him to give up the life the doctor leads and leave. The doctor gives a promise and soon leaves for Moscow. The family of Bakharevs also goes there.

In Moscow, Rozanov settles in front of his university friend, the investigating officer, Evgraf Fedorovich Nechai and his wife Dashi, gets acquainted with the regular visitors of their apartment – the hostess of the house by Captain Davydovskaya and the proofreader Ardalion Arapov, who introduces Rozanov to the Moscow circle of “his” people and Kazimir’s house Ratsiborsky, who later turned out to be a Polish conspirator, decided to use “new people” for his own purposes. Arapov represents the doctor of the “strange” person – already familiar to Rozanov Frenchman Rainer, as well as Beloyartsev, Zavulonov and other “socialists.” The evening ends with drunkenness and dirty songs, equally unpleasant to Rozanov and Rainer. Both enter the house of the Marquise de Baral and her neighbors – the “carbonaceous fairy of clean ponds” – the Yaroslavtsev sisters. Imaginary Ratsiborsky arranges Rozanov to the hospital, where he converges with the hard-working resident Lobachevsky, who is sure that “all suffering is from idleness,” and begins to write a thesis. Arapov introduces Rozanov to the Berdic Jew Nafrtula Soloveichik, who poses as an embittered representative of the nation. The Bakharevs live in Moscow in the family of Olga Sergeevna’s brother, whose son Sergei “liberalizes”, and so that the “gatherings” do not end with the police, his mother specially plays the son’s arrest, but actually sends him to the estate. The marquise circle believes in arrest, panics and accuses “new people” – Rozanov and Rainer – of spying and betrayal. Meanwhile, Soloveitchik writes a denunciation of all the “liberals”, but on occasion kills two beggars, steals their money and runs away. Rozanova is invited by General Strepetov, speaks to him as a “revolutionary”, calls to understand that everything they do is insane, and indirectly warns about the possible interest of the police. Rozanov comes to Arapov and, while everyone is asleep, burns the printed leaflets, takes away the lithographic stone and thereby condemns himself to contempt. But the police actually showed that Rozanov, on the contrary, saved everyone, and his opinion changes for everyone except Lisa, who considers him a vexed “mediocrity.”

The Marquise de Baral is interested in Lisa as a “material” and introduces her into a circle that soon collapses. One Lisa “does not weaken” for a minute, although she has nowhere to go and it is not known what to do. Lobachevsky refused to organize a school for women, and he left for St. Petersburg. Rozanov once again dreams of establishing a family life, but Olga Aleksandrovna who comes back immediately undermines his reputation in the circle of “carbonated fairies” and moves to live with the marquis. Lisa is blinded, can not read much and gets to know the “sheared maiden” Bertholdi, “working on Proudhon” “materialist.” Rozanov, who is “empty” and unbearably bored, goes to Liza, gets acquainted with the “ill-starred Bertholdinsky,” who lives for Bakharev’s account, and Lisina Institute girlfriend Polinka Kalistratova, whose husband squandered all the fortune and ended up in a prison. While Bertholdi considers her to be a person to be developed, for Kalistratov’s Bertoldi is only “ridiculous,” the Company leaves for Sokolniki, where the “Moscow revolutionary period” Beloyartsev soon ends, and with him all those who survived the scattered “code.” Their society wearies Rozanov, who has the most tender feelings for Polinka. Lipstick brings gifts from Jenny, Lisa sincerely rejoices at the meeting, and he remains in complete servility to her. where the soon-to-come “Finished the Moscow Revolutionary Period” Beloyartsev, and with him and all those who survived the crumbling “code.” Their society wearies Rozanov, who has the most tender feelings for Polinka. Lipstick brings gifts from Jenny, Lisa sincerely rejoices at the meeting, and he remains in complete servility to her. where the soon-to-come “Finished the Moscow Revolutionary Period” Beloyartsev, and with him and all those who survived the crumbling “code.” Their society wearies Rozanov, who has the most tender feelings for Polinka. Lipstick brings gifts from Jenny, Lisa sincerely rejoices at the meeting, and he remains in complete servility to her.

Coming from St. Petersburg socialist Krassin proves the priority of physiology over moral obligations and... preaches the criterion of “reasonableness”. Rozanov stands for an “insoluble” marriage and receives from Bertholdi the name “gradualist” and “idealist.” Lisa accuses the doctor of selfishness and indifference to the human grief, Rozanov points to her inhuman treatment of the accustomed and ruined Lipstick and calls, with the boundless breadth of aspirations and love for mankind, to pity the people who surround her. In his opinion, all Liziny’s acquaintances – with the exception of Rainer, “windbag” – arrange so that a decent person is ashamed of the name of the Russian liberal. After the break with Lisa, Rozanov communicates only with Polinka Kalistratova, but in his life the “martial law” is again established: Olga Aleksandrovna insists on divorce. Rozanov begins to drink, but Polinka loves him, and they leave for St. Petersburg. After Olga Sergeevna threatens Lisa with a “straitjacket”, she completely disagrees with her family, and, cursed by Bakharev, leaves Bertholdi for St. Petersburg, where, while reading Moleschott’s “Teaching about food,” he cries about his father. The old man, from whom the daughter “left”, a blow happens, and soon both he and Olga Sergeyevna die. Zhenny, married to Vyazmitinov, moves to St. Petersburg. Moleshotta, crying about his father. The old man, from whom the daughter “left”, a blow happens, and soon both he and Olga Sergeyevna die. Zhenny, married to Vyazmitinov, moves to St. Petersburg. Moleshotta, crying about his father. The old man, from whom the daughter “left”, a blow happens, and soon both he and Olga Sergeyevna die. Zhenny, married to Vyazmitinov, moves to St. Petersburg.

Rozanov continues to live with his little daughter, serves as a police doctor and does not part with Polinka, who became a midwife. Having met Nanny Abramovna, he learns about Lisa’s whereabouts and finds her aged and fathered. Liza lives a civil family with Bertholdi, Beloyartsev and other “people of the case”, full of contempt for ordinary work, indifferent to careers and family start and reasoning about the unnatural distribution of labor and capital, but still not knowing what to do. Here often happens Rainer, who has his own commune, living at his expense. Beloyartsev creates a more influential “role” for himself, lives in the house as a “general” and, in Liza’s opinion, violates “public equality”. Lisa and Rozanov with Polinka come to Vyazmitinov, but when Rainer appears, who, in Liza’s opinion, ” Lisa leaves the House of Concord, where Beloyartsev establishes dictatorial orders. Rainer leaves for Poland to fight for the freedom of slaves. The lipstick disappears. Lisa leaves the House of Concord, where Beloyartsev establishes dictatorial orders. Rainer leaves for Poland to fight for the freedom of slaves. The lipstick disappears.

Lisa more and more often happens at Jenny, where they do not pay attention to the “beech” of Nikolai Stepanovich. Rainer admits to Liza that she dreams of destroying the “profanation of the doctrine” and closing the House of Accord. Lisa accuses him of cowardice. Meanwhile, Rainer is being shadowed, and Jenny gives him a roadwoman. Rainer calls Lisa, but, not waiting and hiding from Vyazmitinov, runs away. Lisa suffers that she “dispersed” everyone and “lost”, and the residents of the house destroy all compromising papers, but only the shopkeeper with the demand for money comes to them.

At this time in Belovezhskaya Pushcha a detachment of insurgents, led by Pan Kulay, encounters a house where two seriously wounded people die. One of them turns out to be Lipstick, who was “tired of living” and whose mother was Polish. But then they attacked the detachment, and Rainer and his dying Lipstick were taken prisoner. When Lisa finds out about the possible arrest of Rainer, she asks Rosanova to borrow money from her husband Sophia Baron Alterzon for her. But he refuses to give money “for licentiousness” and declares that, according to her mother’s will, Lisa has no inheritance. Rozanov learns in it Naftula Soloveichika. After another unsuccessful attempt to get a job, Lisa receives news of the imminent shooting of Rainer and disappears. Bertoldi drags Olga Aleksandrovna Rozanov into the house of Accord. After nine days, Lisa returns in a fierce fever and admits that she went to the execution. Following the pleas of Zhenya and Abramovna, the patient agrees to confess and take communion and asks Lobachevsky to at least give her poison. Liza dies with the words: “With them I have in common at least hatred and inability to put up with society, but with you nothing.” On the day of Vyazmitinov’s birthday, a banquet is held, where Zarnitsyn with the cross advocates the introduction of the world situation about peasants, the brother of Jenny Ippolit, who serves as an official at the governor, talks about old acquaintances, career and women’s rights. Jenny states that unlike those who “faked” in his youth, “Kolobrodit” she was “nowhere”. Olga Alexandrovna escapes from the House of Concord and settles in Rozanov’s apartment, divided into two separate halves. the patient agrees to confess and take communion and asks Lobachevsky in the last resort to give her poison. Liza dies with the words: “With them I have in common at least hatred and inability to put up with society, but with you nothing.” On the day of Vyazmitinov’s birthday, a banquet is held, where Zarnitsyn with the cross advocates the introduction of the world situation about peasants, the brother of Jenny Ippolit, who serves as an official at the governor, talks about old acquaintances, career and women’s rights. Jenny states that unlike those who “faked” in his youth, “Kolobrodit” she was “nowhere”. Olga Alexandrovna escapes from the House of Concord and settles in Rozanov’s apartment, divided into two separate halves. the patient agrees to confess and take communion and asks Lobachevsky in the last resort to give her poison. Liza dies with the words: “With them I have in common at least hatred and inability to put up with society, but with you nothing.” On the day of Vyazmitinov’s birthday, a banquet is held, where Zarnitsyn with the cross advocates the introduction of the world situation about peasants, the brother of Jenny Ippolit, who serves as an official at the governor, talks about old acquaintances, career and women’s rights. Jenny states that unlike those who “faked” in his youth, “Kolobrodit” she was “nowhere”. Olga Alexandrovna escapes from the House of Concord and settles in Rozanov’s apartment, divided into two separate halves. On the day of Vyazmitinov’s birthday, a banquet is held, where Zarnitsyn with the cross advocates the introduction of the world situation about peasants, the brother of Jenny Ippolit, who serves as an official at the governor, talks about old acquaintances, career and women’s rights. Jenny states that unlike those who “faked” in his youth, “Kolobrodit” she was “nowhere”. Olga Alexandrovna escapes from the House of Concord and settles in Rozanov’s apartment, divided into two separate halves. On the day of Vyazmitinov’s birthday, a banquet is held, where Zarnitsyn with the cross advocates the introduction of the world situation about peasants, the brother of Jenny Ippolit, who serves as an official at the governor, talks about old acquaintances, career and women’s rights. Jenny states that unlike those who “faked” in his youth, “Kolobrodit” she was “nowhere”. Olga Alexandrovna escapes from the House of Concord and settles in Rozanov’s apartment, divided into two separate halves.

A month later, the merchant’s son, Luka Nikolayevich Maslyannikov, returned home. They tell him that Olga Alexandrovna went to the monastery “whiteness.” And he promises to arrange schools and hospitals, but claims that his new writings “will not be knocked out.” And he talks angrily about people who have only trivia on their minds. They “mutate” the people, but they do not know the road and without “our brother” they will not find it.


“Nowhere” Leskova in the summary