Author(s): Beyhan ASMA
Turgenev is a master of novel and stories. His masterpieces tend to two types: a tale of romantic overtones that turns on the expression of a mood, and the more objective portrait of character and mores favored by the realist. In this article will be discovered that artful blend of realistic narration and lyrical coloring that is distinctively ‘Turgenevian’. Much of Turgenev’s works anticipating modernism veers away from psychological and social interests to a purer narrative and fantastical prose.Turgenev specialized in genre mutations:plays that were dreams, science fiction that was neither science nor fiction, adaptations that were actually original. So it is not surprise that his masterpieces are dense with mystery, fate, death, ambiguity and irony, a subversive work which fits no genre neatly. His novels are the only remarkable thing about him. The yare the justification for his existence.The supernatural stories seem to bring us to the very heart of the conflict in Turgenev’s ideology. It is seemed that it would not be true to say that the mysterious and the improbable appeared only when Turgenev thought his life to be especially dismal. His whole concept of fate and chance was always enveloped in an aura of mystery in which the caprices of a powerful and secret underlying force might suddenly erupt.