Fyodor Dostoyevsky - White Nights

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"White Nights" (Russian: Белые ночиBelye nochi) is a short story by Fyodor Dostoyevsky, originally published in 1848, early in the writer's career.

Like many of Dostoyevsky's stories, "White Nights" is told in first person by a nameless narrator; the narrator is living in Saint Petersburg and suffers from loneliness. He gets to know and falls in love with a young woman, but the love remains unrequited as the woman misses her lover with whom she is finally reunited.

Film adaptations have been made by Italian director Luchino Visconti (Le notti bianche, 1957), by Russian director Ivan Pyryev (Belye nochi, 1959), by French director Robert Bresson (Four Nights of a Dreamer, 1971), by Iranian director Farzad Motamen (Shabhaye Roshan, 2003), by Indian film directors Manmohan Desai (Chhalia, 1960), Jananadhan (Iyarkai, 2003), Shivam Nair (Ahista Ahista, 2006), Sanjay Leela Bhansali (Saawariya, 2007), and Razi Muhammed (Velutha Rathrikal, 2015), by American director James Gray (Two Lovers, 2008), by Paul Vecchiali (Nuits blanches sur la jetée, 2014) and by Mexican director Alejandro Sugich (Prometo no enamorarme, 2018).

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Titre White Nights
Auteur Fyodor Dostoyevsky
Couverture paperback
Nombres de pages 72
Dimension 12X20
Date de production 2018
Produit phare

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