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  1. 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 witempathy 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 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 witempathy 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 o...

  2. QUI SI SCRIVE, NON SI VA A ZONZOQui si scrive, non si va a zonzo cos avrebbe detto Tolstoj se avesse potuto leggere Vita e destino.Qui non si va a zonzo, sono pagine con peso specifico, importanti, ben oltre il lor numero settecento.Da anni, molti, non leggevo un libro cos.Cos bello, cos denso, cos esigente, cos ricco.Arrivato a met , ho istintivamente rallentato, per non finirlo troppo presto, per gustarlo a fondo, distillarlo Quando l ho chiuso per l ultima volta, ho deciso di tenerl QUI SI SCRIVE, NON SI VA A ZONZOQui si scrive, non si va a zonzo cos avrebbe detto Tolstoj se avesse potuto leggere Vita e destino.Qui non si va a zonzo, sono pagine con pe...

  3. When I first learned that Vasily Grossman s model for this novel was War and Peace, I thought he was setting his sights astronomically not to say unattainably high There are huge differences between the two books, of course Remember Tolstoy s lovely modulated long sentences Grossman doesn t even try to compete on that level By contrast, his language tends toward the so called Soviet realism of the day This was a style in which many of the Party hacks also wrote The difference between When I first learned that Vasily Grossman s model for this novel was War and Peace, I thought he was setting his sights astronomically not to say unattainably high There are huge differences between the two books, of course Remember Tolstoy s lovely modulated long sentences Grossman doesn t even try to compete on that level By contrast, his language tends toward the so called Soviet realism of the day This was a style in which many of the Party hacks also wrote The difference between those scribblers and Grossman is the fact that he told the truth Nor is there anything in Life and Fate to compare wit...

  4. Zhizn i sadba Life and Fate a novel Stalingrad 2 , Vasily GrossmanLife and Fate Russian is a 1960 novel by Vasily Grossman and is seen as the author s magnum opus Technically, it is the second half of the author s conceived two part book under the same title Although the first half, the novel For a Just Cause, written during the rule of Joseph Stalin and first published in ...

  5. A confession in three parts I Well, I was completely wrong about this book, and I am pleased to admit it To nuance that, if I was going to give it a Goodreads star rating it would be two star, maybe two and a half, or 2.47.I was even so unwise to tell a very dear friend that in my opinion it was nothan a 20th century rewrite of War and Peace, which it is but importantly it emphatically is not.I had also imagined that it was about the battle of Stalingrad, reading, I see that really A confession in three parts I Well, I was completely wrong about this book, and I am pleased to admit it To nuance that, if I was going to give it a Goodreads star rating it would be two star, maybe two and a half, or 2.47.I was even so unwise to tell a very dear friend that in my opinion it was nothan a 20th century rewrite of War and Peace, which it is but importantly it emphatically is not.I had also imagined that it was about the battle of Stalingrad, reading, I see that really it is about anti Semitism, actually the issue of being Jewish in modern totalitarian states in which number I include on the grounds of laziness the so called nation states which have admittedly increasingly only implicit notions of exclusivity Part 2, chapter 31 treats anti semitism in detail but it is present throughout in a range of forms, notably none of the Jewish characters seem to be observant, nor Yiddish speaking, while people who use Ukrainian words are point...

  6. A monumental novel in the Great Russian tradition which has been rightly compared with War and Peace It focuses on the Battle of Stalingrad, but covers a Science Institute, various prison camps and a concentration camp The list of characters is vast and the dramatis personae in my edition was well used Grossman was a journalist who covered the Battle of Stalingrad from the front line and his experience shows However this is, like War and Peace, very much not just a war novel Its scope is br A monumental novel in the Great Russian tradition which has been rightly compared with War and Peace It focuses on the Battle of Stalingrad, but covers a Science Institute, various prison camps and a concentration camp The list of characters is vast and the dramatis personae in my edition was well used Grossman was a journalist who covered the Battle of Stalingrad from the front line and his experience shows However this is, like War and Peace, very much not just a war novel Its scope is broad and it provides a penetrating analysis of the Soviet system and Stalinism in particular As you would expect the plot is interwoven with numerous themes Grossman was a Jew and Jewish identity is explored through one of the main characters, the scientist Victor Shtrum The description of the gas chamber is a very powerful piece of writing, focussing as it does on a child and an unrelated ...

  7. Rese a completa este libro est ambientado durante la batalla de Stalingrado, realmente lo que muestra son retazos de vidas durante la Segunda Guerra Mundial Puntos de vista muy dispares, personajes que sufrieron desde los campos de trabajo a los de concentraci n, el asedio, las bombas, la vida en el frente y la angustia por los familiares desaparecidos Vida y destino es mucho m s que una cr nica, habla de arte, literatura, dignidad, amor Rese a completa este libro est ambientado durante la batalla de Stalingrado, realmente lo que muestra son retazos de vidas durante la Segunda Guerra Mundial Puntos de vista muy dispares, personajes que sufrieron desde los campos de trabajo a los de concentraci n, el asedio, las bombas, la vida en el frente y la angustia por los familiares desaparecidos Vida y destino es mucho m s que una cr nica, habla de arte, ...

  8. Sin duda, es un libro duro pero tambi n, o sobretodo, retrata la humanidad de las personas Se puede decir que es una cr nica de la segunda guerra mundial vista desde la batalla de Stalingrado pasando por campos de concentraci n alemanes, los Gulag rusos y el d a a d a de la guerra, con todos sus horrores PD Como an cdota, cuando Grossman termin de escribir el libro, la KGB irrumpi en su piso y confisc todos sus apuntes y documentos Le pido que devuelva la libertad...

  9. 4 1 2Grossman stands in the tradition of the Russian novelists of the nineteenth century His characters, like Dostoevsky s, engage in great philosophical debates and the structure of Life and Fate is loosely based on that of Tolstoy s War and Peace Ideologically, however, the model to which Grossman admitted to feeling closest was Chekhov who brought into Russian literature a new kind of humanism based on the ideas of freedom and loving kindness Tzvetan TodorovGrossman during the Second Word 4 1 2Grossman stands in the tradition of the Russian novelists of the nineteenth century His characters, like Dostoevsky s, engage in great philosophical debates and the structure of Life and Fate is loosely based on that of Tolstoy s War and Peace Ideologically, however, the model to which Grossman admitted to feeling closest was Chekhov who brought into Russian literature a new kind of humanism based on the ideas of freedom and loving kindness Tzvetan TodorovGrossman during the Second Word War, a war correspondent for Krasnaya ZvezdaThe translator, Robert Chandler, has con...

  10. The past, as they say, is a foreign country and also aliterate one.The 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 ...