Yüzbaşının Kızı - Bütün Öyküler, Bütün Romanlar (2020)

Yüzbaşının Kızı - Bütün Öyküler, Bütün Romanlar Alexander Pushkin Ataol Behramoğlu Y zba n n K z B t n yk ler B t n Romanlar Aleksandr Pu kin Topu topu y l s ren mr komploya ok benzeyen bir d elloyla son buldu unda Pu kin iiri kadar roman ve yk leriyle de Gogol la birlikte y zy l n nc Rus klasikleri aras na
  • Title: Yüzbaşının Kızı - Bütün Öyküler, Bütün Romanlar
  • Author: Alexander Pushkin Ataol Behramoğlu
  • ISBN: 9789754588002
  • Page: 473
  • Format: Paperback
Yüzbaşının Kızı - Bütün Öyküler, Bütün Romanlar Alexander Pushkin Ataol Behramoğlu Aleksandr Pu kin 1799 1837 Topu topu 38 y l s ren mr komploya ok benzeyen bir d elloyla son buldu unda Pu kin, iiri kadar roman ve yk leriyle de Gogol la birlikte 19 y zy l n nc Rus klasikleri aras na girmeye hak kazanm t.Nitekim, elinizdeki kitapta Y zba n n K z ndan Byelkin yk leri ve Erzurum Yolculu u na bu nemli anlat c n n t m yk ve romanlar zamAleksandr Pu kin 1799 1837 Topu topu 38 y l s ren mr komploya ok benzeyen bir d elloyla son buldu unda Pu kin, iiri kadar roman ve yk leriyle de Gogol la birlikte 19 y zy l n nc Rus klasikleri aras na girmeye hak kazanm t.Nitekim, elinizdeki kitapta Y zba n n K z ndan Byelkin yk leri ve Erzurum Yolculu u na bu nemli anlat c n n t m yk ve romanlar zamandizinsel s ralamayla birarada okura sunulmaktad r.Ataol Behramo lu 1942 iirimizin son 40 y l ndaki en nemli toplumsalc ozanlardan biri olman n yan s ra, Pu kin den ehov a, Lermontov ve Turgenyev den a da Rus iiri Antolojisi ne eviri edebiyat m z n da en yetkin adlar ndan biridir.
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  1. Fernando

    Este vol men de Pushkin es esencial para todos los que aman la literatura rusa y su obra en particular El libro es complet simo e incluye sus m s famosas novelas, como La Dama de Piqu y La Hija del Capit n , ambas, verdaderas joyas de quien fuera el m s rom ntico de los rusos El nivel de detalle y descripci n que logra Pushkin de las distintas clases sociales rusas es impecable Pareciera como que nadie conociera la idiosincrasia de su pueblo como l, tanto de campesinos como de nobles, de enamora [...]

  2. Perry

    Collection of Pushkin s powerful stories, including the novella The Captain s Daughter A whole book could be, and likely has been, written on the fascinating story of how Pushkin s life cut short at 37 in an 1837 duel over the honor of his 25 year old wife, and yet he had an undeniable impact on Russian literature, including on the two Russian giants of Western lit, Dostoevsky and Tolstoy, and, to a lesser degree, on Russian music, including that of Tchaikovsky and Mussorgsky.Pushkin was a poet, [...]

  3. Jorge

    Relatos de gran calidad de uno de los padres de la Literatura Rusa Aunque es conocido por su poes a, en la prosa es tambi n un tit n alma cansada por las pasiones, el ocio y una secreta melancol a.

  4. Lance

    There is certainly a reason why Pushkin is the most celebrated author in Russia His nuanced characterization of the Russian intelligentsia is way ahead of his time, foreshadowing many future philosophical analyses, like Habermas and the Vekhi If you re interested in the unique way modernity developed in Russia, these stories are a must read.

  5. Aaron

    So.I ve been fairly obsessed with the Russians lately on a whim bought this book here, as well as a Collection of Tales by Gogol, Great Short Works of Dostoevsky, and also his The Idiot And one by one I devoured them all, starting with the Idiot I don t know what it is about those Russians that kills me well, I do have an idea.but those reveries do not belong here , but during those weeks I was anticipating getting home from work like there was a fat steak waiting there for me this analogy is no [...]

  6. J.M. Hushour

    Although Pushkin will always be revered for his poetry, and rightfully so, his fiction is hardly anything to sniff at He has a refreshing folksy simplicity and a startling lack of metaphor Most of the stories are straight forward and ever hurtling, born by a momentum that s almost Brothers Grimmian Of them all, the Tales of Belkin and The Captain s Daughter stand out, though the others, especially the weird Queen of Spades aren t shoddy in the slightest There s something almost Londonian or Hem [...]

  7. Alex Kartelias

    Being the first Russian writer I ve ever read, I have nothing to compare Pushkin to But all the amazing things I ve heard about him, ring true after reading these tails especially his poetry I am mostly into Romanticism than Realism but, Pushkin s writing style is beautiful even in an English translation and his frequent delving into deep pathos, plot turns and shocking climaxes makes his work shine with luster amidst the snowy settings There s a haunting and romantic gloom that sets the tone f [...]

  8. julieta

    Es lo primero que leo de Pushkin, y ahora me dedicar a buscar m s cosas suyas Me encant por la sencillez que se ve que persigue Aunque tengo algunas quejas de esta edici n, hay muchos cuentos inconclusos que es un poco extra o leer junto a otros buen simos evidentemente m s trabajados Es una queja para la editorial Empezar a leer a un autor con un cuento inconcluso, es como entrar a una casa bellisima por la puerta de atr s.

  9. FP

    Este libro contiene toda la prosa narrativa de Pushkin No contiene sus obras teatrales como Boris Godunov ni sus poemas como Eugene Onegin.Ya dicho eso, al leer este libro se est ante la presencia de un genio Algo que no se puede apreciar bien con una traducci n es c mo Pushkin b sicamente construy un lenguaje de la nada El ruso era una lengua hablada por la poblaci n m s pobre de forma precaria, lo que le daba una mala reputaci n como lengua La aristocracia hablaba franc s y los campesinos eran [...]

  10. Moushine Zahr

    After reading the 5 star fiction novel The Captain s Daughter , I read this excellent fable illustrated book by Alexander Pushkin It s been decades since last I ve read fables First, the painting illustration by Palekh for these fables are excellent and a work of art by itself A reader can understand the stories just by admiring attentively the illustrations The fables are epic, poetic, and romantic worth to be read by both adults and children The first fable is by far the best fable and most im [...]

  11. Cindy Marsch

    Almost every Russian novel I read mentions Pushkin, the father of Russian literature, so I was glad to have a chance to try this collection My conclusion is that Pushkin is known for his poetry and drama, not his fiction, since the works in this volume are a few short stories and several unfinished novels and one novella, perhaps I enjoyed the tales, though I puzzle about unfinished are we talking about first drafts I kind of hope so, because each feels uneven in development Some passages are tr [...]

  12. Jaylia3

    Reading this collection of beautifully written fiction it s easy to see why Pushkin was held in such high regard by later Russian authors, including Tolstoy According to a letter quoted in the Introduction one of the included stories, The Guests were arriving at the Dacha , helped inspire Tolstoy s Anna Karenina Several of my favorite pieces, notably Roslavlev and We Were Spending the Night at the Dacha , reminded me of salon scenes in War and Peace I also greatly enjoyed The Moor of Peter the G [...]

  13. Jessica

    If my memoirs fall into your hands, remember that the best and most enduring changes are those arising from a betterment of s without violent shocks.

  14. Zach

    From these fine paper leafs strung with needle and thread in a red binding sprung the brightest truths, and fiery words that ever a pen has splashed on the dawn of the warmest day in literary history.

  15. Elena Sala

    This lovely edition of Pushkin s collected stories has a flaw some stories are incomplete and the reader is never warned about this It was a very disappointing experience Some stories have never been completed, others seem to be like a first version, never fully revised by the author The writing seems too spare and experimental in some pieces.However, The Tales of Belkin , The Queen of Spades , The Captain s Daughter and the chronicle A History of Pugachev are included in this tome.Pushkin is, t [...]

  16. Fatma Burçak

    Klasikler denince ilk akl m za gelen Rus Klasikleri olur nedense Selim leri S z n Sak nmadan da klasik kurgunun 18 19 yy Rus Edebiyat yla zirveye kt n , orada tamamland n s ylemi ve onu a man n art k m mk n olmad n belirtmi ti Bir de hayat n farkl d nemlerinde klasikleri en az kere okumak gerekti ini s yleyen bir deyim var, bilirsiniz.Rus Klasiklerini yeniden okumaya karar verdi imde bu kez yle akl ma esti i, elime ge ti i gibi de il de zaman bilimsel kronolojik bir s ralamayla gitmeye karar ver [...]

  17. Claudia Putnam

    Feels a little wrong to give Pushkin only four stars, but this is mainly a reaction to the anthology rather than to Pushkin s prose I would not, myself, have gathered all of this stuff for translation Most of it is fragmentary abandoned work Therefore, neither meant for nor ready for prime time Of interest to scholars, of course, but scholars working on Pushkin at this level would should be fluent in Russian and not in need of translations A shorter anthology including the Travels to Arzrum, Cap [...]

  18. Frankie

    I m happy to find that Pushkin s prose is as good as his verse, if not easier to comprehend in translation There are names dropped and in this edition asterisks substituted for prominent names, just as in his poetry This can be tedious Another slight shortcoming many of these short stories and novellas end abruptly with the editor s Pushkin never completed this story While I don t enjoy these conclusions, I appreciate Pushkin s ability to conclude at every paragraph Dubrovsky holds my attention, [...]

  19. Katie

    Pushkin s prose is best when he s got his tongue in his cheek but he has amazing range and the heroic tales are fun too Tales of the Late Ivan Petrovich Belkin were my favorite and made me want to reread Gogol.Be forewarned that many of the stories novellas are incomplete, so this book will leave you wanting The introduction, which is not so great, takes too long to mention this I also would have liked from the introduction about exactly how he influenced Tolstoy et al andwhat he did was innov [...]

  20. Nels Mattson

    although not as powerful as eugene onegin, this collection of stories was a pleasure to read most of the stories are unfinished and they sometimes feel like variations on a theme rather than several unique stories.

  21. Tony

    NOVELS, TALES, JOURNEYS The Complete Prose of Alexander Pushkin 2016 Pevear Volokhensky .It is good to have all of Pushkin s prose together in one place The husband wife translating team has done what seems to be an excellent job in bringing these works to the English reader Much of Pushkin s writing seems much like the writing that was going on in the rest of Europe at the time though infused with a lot sarcasm than most To really appreciate the quality of his writing, one should compare it wi [...]

  22. Ted Prokash

    Many of the stories included here are unfinished I felt terribly tricked the first couple of times because this is not made immediately clear the reader is clipping along becoming engaged in the tale, getting to know the characters when it just stops abruptly to the editor s Pushkin never completed this story Some of these abortions are the early chapters of novels that never developed and I don t see why anyone who is not a Pushkin scholar would want to read them.The finished stories are very g [...]

  23. Jason Furman

    Wonderful to have a complete collection of Pushkin s prose including all the incomplete writings and fragments While the published ones are the best Tales of Belkin, The Queen of Spades and The Captain s Daughter , everything Pushkin wrote is various combinations of direct, vivid, insightful, funny, satirical, suspenseful and perceptive The Richard Pevear and Larissa Volokhonsky translations are controversial with many but no issues jumped out with me and the accurate and completeness outweigh a [...]

  24. Fred Dameron

    What can I say it s Pushkin These are the short stories that created Russian Lit out of almost nothing If Dostoyevsky, Tolstoy and Gogol are great it s because they stand on Pushkin s shoulders Just fantastic a well done translation that embodies all of the passion and pain that the Pushkin and Russia has.

  25. Catherine

    This is a highly enjoyable read especially in the winter when the snow is high It is nearly always winter in Pushkin.

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