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Vladimir Ilych Lenin expressed this idea with the sentence "Trust is good, control is better".
He added lessons on non-Western religion, including reading the Hindu Bhagavad Gita, and a lesson entitled "Finding Meaning in One's Life," reading Leo Tolstoy's short story The Death of Ivan Ilych and Elie Wiesel's novel Night.
The ballet owes its popularity to the exquisite musical score of Pyotr Ilych Tchakovsky, and the technically demanding, yet lyrical choreography by Marius Petipa and Lev Ivanov for the original production that was premiered by the Bolshoi Ballet on March 4, 1877.
Al contrario de lo que vulgarmente se piensa, Piotr Ilych Tchaikovsky esta muy lejos de ser autor lastimero, hombre que provoque lagrimas inocuas.
They include two social activists, Sellassie Blackwell, 39, and Ilych Sato, 42, a candidate for city supervisor, Edwin Lindo, 29, an educator, Ike Pinkston, 42, and a grandmother, Maria Cristina Gutierrez, 66.
Death, narrative integrity, and the radical challenge of self-understanding: A reading of Tolstoy's Death of Ivan Ilych.
Foss directed his Ode for Symphonic Orchestra and Peter Ilych Tchaikovsky's Francesca da Rimini.
We have to bring order to the city,'' Alexei Gorlov, a steelworker, said of his motivation for joining one of the unpaid and voluntary patrols that were organized at the Ilych Steel Works.
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.
Pyotr 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.