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Earth as computed in the 1820s although the comet burned up later in the nineteenth century This work was originally conceived as the third part of a trilogy which was also to have featured depictions of Russia in the time of Peter. A super cool surprisingly accurate portrayal of a version of the future Sure Odoevsky got things wrong but it's really amazing to see what things actually came to fruition from his predictions back in the 1830s The Chinese hating Chinaman in Russia is just funny albeit insulting I just wish it were longer and less disjointed we jump from letter to letter so it simply feels incomplete Read for class Soonish: Ten Emerging Technologies That'll Improve and/or Ruin Everything part of a trilogy which was also to have featured depictions of Russia in the time of Peter. A super cool surprisingly accurate Discordia portrayal of a version of the future Sure Odoevsky got things wrong but it's really amazing to see what things actually came to fruition from his Stage Mum predictions back in the 1830s The Chinese hating Chinaman in Russia is just funny albeit insulting I just wish it were longer and less disjointed we jump from letter to letter so it simply feels incomplete Read for class

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The Great and in the authors contemporary period the 1830's The first part was never written and the second and futuristic parts remained unfinished Fragments were published in 1835 and 1840 with the fullest version appearing in 192. Probably not the most interesting or literally ingenious book I've read But the descriptions of life in Russia in the year 4338 are amusing enough to continue reading One would expect a huge climax as a damaging comet is approaching Earth logically causing some unrest but that isn't really the case The story seems kind of unfinished All in all a not really boring but certainly also not very satisfactory booklet The Killing Of Katie Steelstock period the 1830's The first Birthday part was never written and the second and futuristic Soonish: Ten Emerging Technologies That'll Improve and/or Ruin Everything parts remained unfinished Fragments were Discordia published in 1835 and 1840 with the fullest version appearing in 192. Probably not the most interesting or literally ingenious book I've read But the descriptions of life in Russia in the year 4338 are amusing enough to continue reading One would expect a huge climax as a damaging comet is approaching Earth logically causing some unrest but that isn't really the case The story seems kind of unfinished All in all a not really boring but certainly also not very satisfactory booklet

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The Year 4338 Petersburg Letters Russian 4338 й год Петербургские письма is an 1835 novel by Vladimir Odoevsky It is a futuristic novel set in the year 4338 a year before Biela's Comet was to collide with the. a heavily fragmented work with the framing device uite inspired by montesuieu's persian letters some really incredible and elaborate forward thinking descriptions of future technology its difficult to tell what was written when especially with regards to the telegraph the 1835 chunks would have been before cookewheatstone and 1840 afterwards even if any plot is or less non existent and doesn't do much beyond a basic traveller story The Devious Duchess persian letters some really incredible and elaborate forward thinking descriptions of future technology its difficult to tell what was written when especially with regards to the telegraph the 1835 chunks would have been before cookewheatstone and 1840 afterwards even if any Geometric Dimensioning And Tolerancing: Self Study Workbook plot is or less non existent and doesn't do much beyond a basic traveller story


5 thoughts on “4338 й год Петербургские письма

  1. says:

    a heavily fragmented work with the framing device uite inspired by montesuieu's persian letters some really incredible and elaborate forward thinking descriptions of future technology its difficult to tell what was written when especially with regards to the telegraph the 1835 chunks would have been before cookewheatstone and 1840 afterwards even if any plot is or less non existent and doesn't do much beyond a basic traveller story


  2. says:

    A super cool surprisingly accurate portrayal of a version of the future Sure Odoevsky got things wrong but it's really amazing to see what things actually came to fruition from his predictions back in the 1830s The Chinese hating Chinaman in Russia is just funny albeit insulting I just wish it were longer and less disjointed we jump from letter to letter so it simply feels incomplete Read for class


  3. says:

    Probably not the most interesting or literally ingenious book I've read But the descriptions of life in Russia in the year 4338 are amusing enough to continue reading One would expect a huge climax as a damaging comet is approaching Earth logically causing some unrest but that isn't really the case The story seems kind of unfinished All in all a not really boring but certainly also not very satisfactory booklet


  4. says:

    From the English translation at really enjoyed this short little series of letters and notes I wish there was A lot better imaginative and foresight than Wells in some ways and he wrote this in 1835 Russia instead of 1895 EnglandVery comparable to HG Wells I look forward to reading from this Prince


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