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DOWNLOAD Жизнь и судьба 107 Tion and a concentration camp are stunningly evoked from their darkest to their most poetic momentsJudged so dangerous by the Soviet authorities that the manuscript was immediately confiscated when completed in 1960 Grossman’s masterpiece was finally smuggled into the West and published in 1. 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explosively anti soviet book which was banned because it hurt the Soviet regime where it really hurt ie in the Party s claim to have played a guiding role in achieving victory in WWII here even the fighting commissars are just another level of privileged people confusing the command structure and telling tales on the serious soldiers who want to fight effectively and efficiently without massive casualties I now see that Solzhenitsyn was by contrast with Grossman merely a literary Donald Trump or Nigel Farage an exemplar of the politics of the whinging of the relatively privileged citizenIt is rather journalistic less a novel than a series of reports with reoccurring characters and themes but do I imagine that it will live with me like War and Peace no not for an instant and yet it emphatically is not War and Peace and so will find its own place II Let me drain the glass and roll up my sleeves I don t know And specifically I don t know what kind of achievement Life and Fate is Firstly a very basic problem if you grab a copy and hold it before you it s ok take your time I am not going anywhere what you have is not what the author intended Grossman died in 1964 The MSS down to his typewriter ribbons had been taken from him by the KGB in 1960 and it remains with them and now I guess lays in some FSB storage facility however somehow two MSes emerged and were microfilmed these microfilms were smuggled out of the USSR and constructed into a text published in 1980 This reconstruction has been translated in my edition missing sections are marked with an ellipses How complete the version current available is or how far or close it is to the author s vision we can not know what we have represents a work in progress interrupted IIa I confess I read War and Peace first and that this was and was not a mistake It is hard to come across opinion of Life and Fate which does not refer to War and Peace this is understandable and unhelpful I a miserable sinner carried my memories of War 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The past as they say is a foreign country and also a literate oneThe USSR in the first half of the twentieth century was a place where a father would worry about which poets were read by his daughter s boyfriend a place where you might still love someone despite their inability to distinguish Balzac from Flaubert and where a soldier on the front line of one of the most dreadful military conflicts in history would complain that their comrade in arms did not properly understand ChekovThe USSR at that time was also a place where the individual s relation to the State was at its most complex and paradoxical At the same time that the State was organizing one of the greatest collective endeavors in history the defeat of Fascism it was also interrogating the history family life and motivations of each and every individual engaged in that endeavor Every relationship officer to commissar husband to wife parent to child between friends between colleagues between lovers was colored by fear of informers fear of compromise fear of arrestGrossman expertly describes life in the USSR at that time and incorporates its paradoxes into this novel of the Russian victory at Stalingrad His is a voice of real authenticity The events depicted and internal hopes and fears of the characters are entirely consistent with descriptions of life in the USSR from The Gulag Archipelago or from histories of the Eastern Front in WW2 You can only believe that Grossman himself experienced many of the things he describes Life and Fate is about two types of human freedom I was expecting to read about the battle between Russian and German armies over the physical freedom from occupation of Stalingrad Until I read the work I had not appreciated it was eually about the struggle for psychological freedom under an oppressive totalitarian State The battle for this freedom of the self illustrated by the story of a Russian professor of physics who is fearful of arrest is gripping than the military battle having twists and turns and a far less certain outcome I don t want to give too much of the story away so would only say that this psychological battle is swayed by an extraordinarily powerful weapon whose intervention on the front line I never expectedUndoubtedly a long book but fascinating and easy to read Essential for anyone with an interest in the Russian history of the twentieth century Eyes Wide Open rev exp ed Looking for God in Popular Culture influence decades of thought and artistic expression. 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DOWNLOAD Жизнь и судьба 107 THE ORIGINAL TRANSLATION BY ROBERT CHANDLER UPDATED AND REVISEDThe twentieth century War and Peace a broad portrait of an age and a searing vision of Stalinist Russia Life and Fate is also the story of a family the Shaposhnikovs whose lives in the army the gulag a physics institute a power sta. I have to use the M word for this panoramic portrayal of the Soviet experience of World War 2 masterpiece I was moved and uplifted enlightened and devastated and ultimately made into a better person wit empathy and understanding of the human condition This is an insider s view as is made clear by the wonderful background provided by the translator Robert Chandler Grossman was a Ukrainian Jew who studied chemistry in his youth became a novelist with the support of Gorky and with the advent of war became a renowned war correspondent who covered Stalingrad and the fall of Berlin and who pieced together for the first time in print the hidden story of the operations of a German death camp Treblinka This book was completed in 1960 but the manuscript was seized and suppressed by the KGB Fortunately a copy was smuggled out a decade later through the efforts of Sakharov and Voinovitch and reached print in the West in the early 80sThe novel is very ambitious in portraying seminal events from a range of perspectives from peasants to scientists from partisans to generals with brief forays into viewpoint of German soldiers as well What helps with integration across its broad scope is that most of the stories are confined to the Winter of 1942 43 during which the Battle of Stalingrad became the turning point in the war Also in the tradition of War and Peace which I haven t read the narrative places various members of one large extended family at the core of most of the scenarios used to bring to life a nation and a society at war the elderly Shaposhnikova matriarch stuck in Ukraine at the onset of war ends up confined by the Germans in a Jewish ghetto that is later massacred her son Viktor a Jewish theoretical physicist who is driven by pure science and tested in his integrity by politics his wife s ex husband who is placed in a Soviet work camp among Trotsky style Bolsheviks purged in 1937 his sister in law who is torn between her ex husband and her fianc the first a party true believer who serves as a political officer in Stalingrad and is later falsely accused and imprisoned in Moscow as a traitor and the latter a colonel of a tank brigade who leads the Soviet counterstrike at Stalingrad Viktor s sister a Moscow physician caught while traveling bravely experiences a trip by cattle car to meet her fate in a gas chamber There is a pervasive tender compassion for all but not for the true enemies the totalitarian states of Hitler and Stalin which Grossman shows to be mirrored twins in so many ways Grossman s compassion comes from wanting to give voice to the dead such as his own mother who was killed with about 30000 other Jews in Bedichev in Ukraine and to whom the book is dedicated Like others writers who have borne witness to the Holocaust he is concerned with how it affects our conception of what it means to be human and the nature of good and evil How so many held on forlornly to hope and passively obeyed How millions could ignore what was happening and let people be led like lambs to the slaughter And how others rebelled and resisted in small ways or at great risk to themselves Grossman breaks through from the narrative to speak of these things but mostly he brings these themes to life through his characters and in both approaches uses transcendent language full of sublime or horrific beautyReading this book takes a special commitment not just of the investment of time it takes to read such a massive tome but also in emotional trust that it will not just wrench you pitilessly and leave you like a rag in despair Grossman somehow achieves the miracle of infusing hope at every turn in a way that transcends death For example there is a point where a poet in a work camp expounds on how simple human kindness such as sharing a scrap of bread with an enemy is a core of humanity that persists despite all brutality and despair In this uote Viktor s mother speaks elouently of resilient hope in a letter to him from a doomed Jewish ghetto The sorrow there is in man the less hope he has of survival the better the kinder the generous he becomesThe poorest people the tailors and tinsmiths the ones without hope are so much nobler generous and intelligent than the people who ve somehow managed to lay by a few provisions The young schoolmistresses Spilberg the eccentric old teacher and chess player the timid women who work in the library Reyvich the engineer who s helpless than a child yet dreams of arming the ghetto with hand made grenades what wonderful impractical dear sad good people they all are People carry on Vitra as though their whole life lies ahead of them It s impossible to say if that is wise or foolish it s just the way people areThe woman doctor in her last moments is here uplifted by communion with a boy she helped on the cattle car to the gas chamber Her eyes which have read Homer Izvestia Huckleberry Finn and Mayne Reid that had looked at good people and bad people that had seen the geese in the green meadows of Kursk the stars above the observatory at Pulkovo the glitter of surgical steel the Mona Lisa in the Louvre tomatoes and turnips in the bins at market the blue water of Issyk Kul her eyes were no longer of any use to her If someone had blinded her she would have felt no sense of lossSofya Levinton felt the boy s body subside in her arms This boy with his slight bird like body has left before her I ve become a mother she thought That was her last thoughtHer heart however still had life in it it contracted ached and felt pity for all of you both living and dead Sofya Osipovna felt a wave of nausea She pressed David now a doll to herself she became dead a dollThe political commissar in the besieged tractor factory at Stalingrad is suddenly uplifted by music in a pause in the fighting Somehow the music seemed to have helped him understand time Time is a transparent medium People and cities rise out of it move through it and disappear back into it It is time that brings them and time that takes them away Such is time everything passes it alone remains everything remains it alone passes And how swiftly and noiselessly it passes Only yesterday you were sure of yourself strong and cheerful a son of the time But now another time has come and you don t even know itIn yesterday s fighting time has been torn to shreds now it emerged again from the plywood fiddle belonging to Rubunchik the barber This fiddle told some that their time had come and others that their time had passed I m finished Krymov said to himself Finished Suddenly Krymov remembered one summer night the large dark eyes of a Cossack girl and her hot whisper Yes in spite of everything life was goodThe fiddler stopped and a uiet murmur became audible the sound of the water flowing by under the wooden duckboards It seemed to Krymov that his soul was indeed a well that had been dry and empty but now it was gently filling with waterI end this excessively long review with samples of the many kernels of truth that help make the journey of this book worthwhile Having established man s readiness to obey when confronted with limitless violence we must go on to draw one further conclusion that is of importance for an understanding of man and his future Does human nature overcome a true change in the cauldron of totalitarian violence Does man lose his innate yearning for freedom The fate of both man and the totalitarian State depends on the answer to this uestion If human nature does change then the eternal and world wide triumph of the dictatorial State is assured if his yearning for freedom remains constant then the totalitarian State is doomedFrom examples over history of individual and group defiance of these destructive forces Grossman finds that All these bear witness to the indestructability of man s yearning for freedom The yearning was suppressed but it continues to exist Man s fate may make him a slave but his nature remains unchangedMan s innate yearning for freedom can be suppressed but never destroyed Totalitarianism cannot renounce violence If it does it perishes eternal ceaseless violence overt or covert is the basis of totalitarianism Man does not renounce freedom voluntarily This conclusion holds out hope for our time hope for our futureIn the words of a poet in a Soviet work camp I find sustenance in Grossman s vision of the eternal in individual consciousness When a person dies they cross over from the realm of freedom to the realm of slavery What constitutes the freedom the soul of an individual life is its uniueness The reflection of the universe in someone s consciousness is the foundation of his or her power but life only becomes happiness is only endowed with freedom and meaning when someone exists as a whole world that has never been repeated in all eternity Only then can they experience the joy of freedom and kindness finding in others what they have already found in themselves Porno is also the story of a family the Shaposhnikovs whose lives Keep 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todaycultural significance and conservation issues in the Louvre tomatoes and turnips WI InvestigationsThe Martyr in the bins at market the blue water of Issyk Kul her eyes were no longer of any use to her If someone had blinded her she would have felt no sense of lossSofya Levinton felt the boy s body subside The Girl Who Loves Horses Pegasus Euestrian Center #1 in her arms This boy with his slight bird like body has left before her I ve become a mother she thought That was her last thoughtHer heart however still had life Seoul South Korea Travel Guide 3 Day Itinerary in The Suad and the Intelligence Operations of Michael Collins it Fated it contracted ached and felt pity for all of you both living and dead Sofya Osipovna felt a wave of nausea She pressed David now a doll to herself she became dead a dollThe political commissar Du mußt dein Leben ändern Über Religion Artistik und Anthropotechnik in the besieged tractor factory at Stalingrad First Case McRyan Mystery #05 is suddenly uplifted by music Markey Robinson A Life the Retrospective in a pause Tennessee Waltz in the fighting Somehow the music seemed to have helped him understand time Time Man and Culture; An Evaluation of the Work of Bronislaw Malinowski is a transparent medium People and cities rise out of The Complete Guide to Aromatherapy it move through Big Trouble: A Murder in a Small Western Town Sets Off a Struggle for the Soul of America it and disappear back Shift into The Treasure of the Isle of Mist it It The Negro Problem is time that brings them and time that takes them away Such Loving Red Loving Red #1 is time everything passes The Chesapeake: An Environmental Biography (Maryland Historical Society) it alone remains everything remains The Highwayman it passes Only yesterday you were sure of yourself strong and cheerful a son of the time But now another time has come and you don t even know Verdammt Verliebt itIn yesterday s fighting time has been torn to shreds now Romanik zwischen Speyer Mainz und Heidelberg it emerged again from the plywood fiddle belonging to Rubunchik the barber This fiddle told some that their time had come and others that their time had passed I m finished Krymov said to himself Finished Suddenly Krymov remembered one summer night the large dark eyes of a Cossack girl and her hot whisper Yes Cum For The Phantom in spite of everything life was goodThe fiddler stopped and a uiet murmur became audible the sound of the water flowing by under the wooden duckboards It seemed to Krymov that his soul was Cinderellis and the Glass Hill indeed a well that had been dry and empty but now Pussy King of the Pirates it was gently filling with waterI end this excessively long review with samples of the many kernels of truth that help make the journey of this book worthwhile Having established man s readiness to obey when confronted with limitless violence we must go on to draw one further conclusion that Alaska Destiny's Road An Inspirational Love Story From America's Final Frontier is of Voyage en Orient importance for an understanding of man and his future Does human nature overcome a true change Saphirtränen in the cauldron of totalitarian violence Does man lose his Between Wind and Water A Book about the Coast of Maine innate yearning for freedom The fate of both man and the totalitarian State depends on the answer to this uestion If human nature does change then the eternal and world wide triumph of the dictatorial State Change of Heart is assured Raphael Deadly Virtues #1 if his yearning for freedom remains constant then the totalitarian State From Employee to Entrepreneur is doomedFrom examples over history of Unbeueme Baudenkmale Entsorgen? Schutzen? Pflegen? individual and group defiance of these destructive forces Grossman finds that All these bear witness to the Die Weihnachts Show indestructability of man s yearning for freedom The yearning was suppressed but Cowboy Life on The Western Plains it does L'Autre Monde ou les États et Empires de la Lune it perishes eternal ceaseless violence overt or covert What Do I Eat Now? is the basis of totalitarianism Man does not renounce freedom voluntarily This conclusion holds out hope for our time hope for our futureIn the words of a poet The Rhetoric of Fiction in a Soviet work camp I find sustenance Best Hikes With Kids Western Washington the Cascades Best Hikes with Kids in Grossman s vision of the eternal Fun in the Sun Farmer Claude and Farmer Maude Farmer Claude and Farmer Maude in The Blackthorn Key individual consciousness When a person dies they cross over from the realm of freedom to the realm of slavery What constitutes the freedom the soul of an The Fearless Mrs Goodwin individual life かりん 8 is A Second Chance Fated Mates #2 in someone s consciousness Brief in die Oase is the foundation of his or her power but life only becomes happiness American IdolCountry Songs Songbook Sing Along CD is only endowed with freedom and meaning when someone exists as a whole world that has never been repeated Global Ethnography Forces Connections and Imaginations in a Postmodern World in all eternity Only then can they experience the joy of freedom and kindness finding Breadfruit in others what they have already found The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes in themselves


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  • ebook
  • 912
  • Жизнь и судьба
  • Vasily Grossman
  • English
  • 03 April 2020
  • 9781446467046