Foss directed his Ode for Symphonic Orchestra and Peter Ilych
Tchaikovsky's Francesca da Rimini.
Steel Works, a grimy scene of mid-20th century industrial sprawl, is one of Ukraine's most important factories, producing 5 million tons of slab steel a year.
To go breath by breath with Ivan Ilych
as he is forced to recognize that he's dying, that the relinquishment of his personal self causes him this extraordinary and believable grief.
Donnelly looks especially at the efforts made by many critics to deny the Christian character of the epiphany experienced by Ivan Ilych
on his death bed.
Every musical instrument that ever existed relies on resonance to produce and sustain sound," says Ilych
Tchaikovsky was born in Russia in 1840 and would have become a civil servant if his parents had had their way.
By contrast, Sam, whose knowledge of Tolstoy seems limited to basic information learned from Hally, actually exemplifies Tolstoy's philosophy of egalitarianism and Christian pacifism and, perhaps most significantly, demonstrates a compassionate dignity toward his difficult "master" in a manner strikingly reminiscent of Tolstoy's Gerasim, the kindly peasant servant who cares for the dying Ivan in The Death of Ivan Ilych
There will no longer be any question of a meeting of Leonid Ilych
with Carter, and the visit of [French President] Giscard d'Estang at the end of March will be placed in question.
The greatest literary work on death that I've ever read is Tolstoy's The Death of Ivan Ilych
Lancaster, Hart, and Gardiner (2002) offered a one-month course in which medical students read stories, such as Tolstoy's The Death of Ivan Ilych
This selfless awareness reminds me of Ivan Ilych
's death-bed epiphany in Tolstoy's story "The Death of Ivan Ilych
I think of Ivan Ilych
fixated on being le phoenix de la famille, the rising star of Iris family.