Resurrezione (2020)

Resurrezione Leo Tolstoy Eraldo Affinati Agostino Villa Resurrezione Resurrezione narra la metamorfosi di un uomo che dai salotti della buona borghesia moscovita giunge fino in Siberia al seguito di una donne che dopo aver sedotto vorrebbe sposare e redimere Il rimor
  • Title: Resurrezione
  • Author: Leo Tolstoy Eraldo Affinati Agostino Villa
  • ISBN: 9788881831555
  • Page: 148
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
Resurrezione Leo Tolstoy Eraldo Affinati Agostino Villa Resurrezione narra la metamorfosi di un uomo che dai salotti della buona borghesia moscovita giunge fino in Siberia al seguito di una donne che, dopo aver sedotto, vorrebbe sposare e redimere Il rimorso lo porta ad umiliarsi fino alla pi completa degradazione, inseguendo un riscatto che sembra impossibile da ottenere e che invece segner in modo indelebile la sua vita SResurrezione narra la metamorfosi di un uomo che dai salotti della buona borghesia moscovita giunge fino in Siberia al seguito di una donne che, dopo aver sedotto, vorrebbe sposare e redimere Il rimorso lo porta ad umiliarsi fino alla pi completa degradazione, inseguendo un riscatto che sembra impossibile da ottenere e che invece segner in modo indelebile la sua vita Scritto da un Tolstoj giunto al culmine della grandezza e ossessionato dall idea della te, questo grande romanzo chiude la serie dei capolavori russi dell Ottocento offrendo, anche al lettore di oggi, una riflessione insostituibile sulla condotta morale dell uomo Inoltre, per quegli aspetti di Resurrezione riconducibili al filone della letteratura concentrazionaria Toltsoj sembra quasi gettare un ombra lunga sui tempi futuri, rivelando il triste presentimento dell autore rispetto ai pericoli insiti nei meccanismi della repressione sociale dalla quarta di copertina
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  1. StevenGodin

    At half the size of War and Peace and two thirds the length of Anna Karenina Tolstoy s Resurrection is every bit as epic, and probably his most controversial novel that appears to have strong political and religious implications as the backbone to the story, and what a story A later Novel for Tolstoy written in 1899 under the leadership of Tsar Nicholas II and an empire repressing political opposition in the centre and on the far left Starting out as a courtroom drama we soon get drawn into a hu [...]

  2. Henry Avila

    What starts off as a seduction by a Russian nobleman of a orphan peasant girl , in the late 19th century during the Czarist era , will as pages turn and the flow of life advances into the unknown future , consequences follow, bad or good you the reader must decide Prince Dmitri Nekhlyudov, from Moscow, heir to vast estates is visiting two aunts of his Maria and Sophia, who worship him, in their home in the countryside, they are large landowners too Just nineteen, Dimitri is a student at the univ [...]

  3. Ahmad Sharabiani

    Waskriesienie Resurrection, Leo Tolstoy 2002 1315 307 6 19 1339 212 1363 184 1385 643 9648263345 1388 685 9789642613229 1389 780 9789643157005 .

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  5. MJ Nicholls

    Ignore the cynics Tolstoy s novel is a moralistic tale, yes, but the finest you are ever going to read Life changing.

  6. Corinne

    What moved me the most in this novel is how true is what Tolstoy says about the judicial system, even in our world of today And this is not just in France, but all over the world When I read those sections on judicial errors, imprisonment for lack of official papers, inhuman treatment of prisoners, and the fallacy of the correctional system , I really had the impression that very little has changed since his time.But, before I get carried out, here are some points that also moved me deeply, as [...]

  7. Pavel

    I have NO idea why this book is less popular then War and Peace or Anna Karenina Zero ideas Look at goodreaders AK 25,866 ratings, WaP 11,258 ratings, Resurrection 691 ratings This is so unfair I would never risk to write an actual review on this text, but reading it was one of the biggest turning points in my life at some point.

  8. Fernando

    Resurrecci n es la ltima novela que escribi Tolstoi en 1899 y la tercera m s extensa despu s de sus obras magnas, Guerra y Paz y Anna Karenina Siempre la literatura rusa ha sido una de mis preferidas y sigue siendo Fi dor Dostoievski, de quien le toda su obra uno de mis escritores predilectos Agrego tambi n a esta lista de escritores eslavos a los geniales Alexandr Pushkin, Nik lai G gol, Mija l Bulg kov y en menor medida a Iv n Turgu niev y Ant n Chejov.Entre los primeros tambi n ubico a este g [...]

  9. El

    Dear Tolstoy I heart you.Love,El.______________________I had some reservations about reading this book because I knew going into it that it was the last novel he wrote, and I know that in his later years he became especially religious and it showed in his writing, and jeez, do we really need of that sort of preachiness Apparently we do.Resurrection isn t as popular as Tolstoy s other two major novels, Anna Karenina and War and Peace, nor is it as long as those others Apparently when it was firs [...]

  10. Chrissie

    So what is this book, Tolstoy s last novel published in 1899 , about Five things 1 The brutality and injustice of both the legal and prison system 2 The grimness of life for the peasantry in Russia in the early decades of the 1800s 3 Land ownership.4 Religion.5 The importance of compassion and empathy for others.The book is clearly written as a polemic As such it was too preachy for my taste Knowing that Tolstoy at midlife transformed himself from a dissipate aristocrat into a penitent, saintly [...]

  11. Darwin8u

    The whole trouble lies in that people think that there are conditions excluding the necessity of love in their intercourse with man, but such conditions do not exist Things may be treated without love one may chop wood, make bricks, forge iron without love, but one can no deal with people without love than one can handle bees without care Leo Tolstoy, RessurectionWhile not as big or beautiful as Tolstoy s great, BIG novels War and Peace, Anna Karenina , there is still something grand and beauti [...]

  12. Nemo

    The last major novel by Tolstoy According to , Vladimir Nabakov heaped superlatives upon Anna Karenina , but questioned the reputation of War and Peace , and sharply criticized Resurrection and The Kreutzer Sonata My opinion is the exact opposite.To me, this is a mature and riveting work than Anna Karenina , because it contains deeper spiritual and social insights, the upshot of the author s personal struggles and growth in the intervening years In Anna Karenina , we witness the despair and des [...]

  13. Andrei Tamaş

    Ultimul roman al lui Tolstoi este inspirat dintr un caz real de la sf r itul secolului al XIX lea Urm nd parc traiectoria trasat de cel din urm i cel mai pregnant roman dostoievskian, Fra ii Karamazov , autopsia nvierii se deschide cu un proces n care destinele a doi oameni se reintersecteaz ntr o manier ciudat Prin ul Dimitri Nehiliudov, figur impozant a aristocra iei n declin, i ndepline te sarcina ob teasc de a fi jurat ntr un proces, pe vremea c nd, n materia justi iei penale, nc se mai folo [...]

  14. Alexander

    Bin ich verr ckt, da ich sehe,was die anderen nicht sehe, oder sind die verr ckt, die das tun, was ich sehe S 583 Gekonnt erz hlt Tolstoi die wundersame Wandlung des Protagonisten jener erkennt seine Schuld gegen ber einer Frau Und diese Erfahrung l sst ihn barmherzig werden und auch ihm ist so Barmherzigkeit widerfahren.

  15. Kahveci

    Nehl dov varl kl bir ailenin o lu, hovarda, tutkular n n pe inden giden kayg s z bir gen , niversite rencisi zengin bir prens Maslova ise annesi ve babas n tan ma f rsat bulamam , do umundan sonra ans eseri hayatta kalabilmi , Nehl dov un halalar n n evinde yeti en gen ve ok g zel bir k z.Nehl dov halalar n n evine geldi inde Moslova onu g r r ve a k olur ama bunu kendine bile itiraf edemez Nehl dov en ba larda ona kar kay ts z kalsa da yava yava ona kan kaynamaya ba lar Aradan iki y l ge tikten [...]

  16. Robyn

    This book has been described as preachy in tone and outdated in content and I couldn t disagree One of the major themes of this book is the difficulty of living a moral life in a society that makes it difficult to achieve life s satisfactions and remain moral In exploring this theme, you get not only the wonderful social commentary Tolstoy is so known for, but also a synthesis of the moral philosophies that characterize his later work I know that a lot of people might not agree with Tolstoy s v [...]

  17. Perry

    Incensed Indictment of Criminal Justice and Penal System More Sermon Than StoryLeo Tolstoy s last major novel 1899 is a twilight indictment of Russia s criminal justice and penal systems The novel opens with Russian prince Dmitri N PDN serving on a jury in a criminal trial of 3 peasants accused of poisoning and robbing a man PDN recognizes Ms Maslova, one of the two accused women as a young maid he deflowered when both were teens a decade earlier during a visit to his aunts home The head maid fi [...]

  18. Bettie☯

    Description Resurrection 1899 is the last of Tolstoy s major novels It tells the story of a nobleman s attempt to redeem the suffering his youthful philandering inflicted on a peasant girl who ends up a prisoner in Siberia Tolstoy s vision of redemption, achieved through loving forgiveness and his condemnation of violence, dominate the novel An intimate, psychological tale of guilt, anger, and forgiveness, Resurrection is at the same time a panoramic description of social life in Russia at the e [...]

  19. Simona

    Da quella notte ebbe inizio per Nechljudov un esistenza nuova non tanto perch mutarono le sue condizioni vita, quando perch tutto ci che gli accadde in seguito acquist per lui un significato diverso Sar l avvenire a dirci come si concluder questo nuovo tempo della sua vita Resurrezione non affatto un libro semplice, complesso, non scorrevole e non di facile lettura.Prima o poi ogni essere umano deve pagare le colpe dei propri atti, delle proprie scelte e Nechljudov lo sa molto bene Nechljudov un [...]

  20. Girish

    One may deal with things without love But you cannot deal with men without it It cannot be otherwise, because natural love is the fundamental law of human life Leo Tolstoy s last novel is a thinker s book It is brutally honest and realistic journey of guilt, redemption and making sense of the world It is also dark as reality is prone to be commentary on the missing pages between the Imperial Government rule and the Russian revolution of 1905.It starts out as a courtroom trial where Prince Dmitri [...]

  21. Brent McCulley

    Tolstoy s last fiction novel published after his spiritual awakening, Resurrection is truly a delightful, prosaic, fluid piece of Russian literature filled with Tolstoy s philosophy unlike his previous lengthier works In it, he explores themes such as the right, or lack thereof, to private property, civil institutions, ethics, capital punishment and the entire penal system, human suffering, evil, and The characters are extremely likeable, even if sometimes Tolstoy s own autobiographical interlo [...]

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