A School for Fools
A School for Fools (Школа для дураков) is a novel written by Sasha Sokolov in the 1960s. "A School for Fools" was first circulated via 'samizdat,' or self-publication through underground connections. However, the novel was formally published in 1976 in U.S. (tamizdat). Школа для дураков is often classified as a work of phantasmagoric modernism. Vladimir Nabokov called it "an enchanting, tragic, and touching work."
-The Narrator (unnamed).
-Those Who Came.
-The narrator’s Father.
-The narrator’s Mother.
-Savl/Pavel Petrovich Norvegov.
-Yakov and Sheina Emmanuilovna Trachtenberg-Tinbergen.
-Arcady Arcadievich Acatov.
Themes and Motifs
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