Bohater naszych czasów. [Mihail Responsibility: Michaił Lermontow ; przekład Wiktor Luboradzki. Add tags for “Bohater naszych czasów”. Bohater naszych czasów has ratings and reviews. Barry said: I’ve been meaning to read this one for a while. It’s one of those Russian classi. Tytuł: Polskie i anglosaskie przekłady “Bohatera naszych czasów” Michaiła Lermontowa. Autor: Pisarska, Justyna. Promotor: Fast, Piotr. Słowa kluczowe: Michaił.
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He who has experienced them knows their languor and sweetness; there is no way of explaining them to one who has not.
Bohater naszych czasów – Michaił Lermontow • BookLikes (ISBN)
First, I wish I had read this first, or perhaps not immediately after Spring Torrentsas I didn’t like it nearly as much as Turgenev’s book. It’s like Tolkien and his blades of fucking grass. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Quotes from Bohater naszych c This second narrator, or third main character if you choose, is an arrogant fop who according to wiki embodies the elements of the Byronic hero.
Guess what, Byronic hero? A Hero of Our Time has an interesting format.
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Otherwise it was boring, confusing, and just plain bizarre. In its adventurous happenings, its abductions, duels, and sexual intrigues, A Hero of Our Time looks backward to the tales of Sir Walter Scott and Lord Byron, so beloved by Russian society in the s and ’30s. Levin, Tolstoy’s would be alter-ego, and the titular Anna. There are passing descriptions of the wonderful scenery, hit and miss references to the various cultural groups, but not much else.
Bohater naszych czasów (powieść)
Your rating has leermontow recorded. I saw a lot of myself in Pechorin. To tell the truth there are three narrators: Some features of WorldCat will not be available. What I also didn’t like was how the story is told: Reviews User-contributed reviews Add a review and share your thoughts with other readers.
A romantic Russian nihilist antihero lives, loves and savages his way through the Caucasus.
The E-mail Address es field is required. The whole thing felt like listening to bohaetr tell some stories that were disjointed and dull. The point of it? His ending was particularly entertaining. It is naxzych the sign of an evil nature or of a profound and lasting sorrow.
Know how I know?? That’s what reading the final two-third of Hero was like. One thing that jumped out at me right away and then throughout the book was noticeable in its similarity to Spring Torrentsand I even remarked on it in my review for that book: When he is done with them, he forgets about them.
Your list has reached the maximum number of items. Apparently he really likes everything about Byron and kept referencing him. Please re-enter recipient e-mail address es. Imagine following Levin without the heartfelt worries of Anna. This is how he’s lived his life. Not good but not horrible 2 out of 5 stars! That said, if you enjoyed Turgenev’s Fathers and Sons, Camus’ The Stranger, and though-I-enjoyed-it-years-ago-but-would-now-prolly-find-irritating Catcher in the Rye, then this one may be just the ticket.
I’m more of a Coleridge fan, but he’s entitled to like Byron. It’s a nice winter habit. I’m a lil familiar with Byron, the person, but not overly familiar with his work. I was pretty bored reading it. Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account.
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Remember me on this computer. Then again, we all have that one artist we just adore. Bojater Forgot your password? Lermontov died in a duel like his great predecessor poet, Aleksandr Pushkin.
There was a mystical quality to it, and the goings on were outrageous, but not completely unbelievable. After describing Lermontov’s life, how the book was accepted, his poetry, various literary devices, its effect on future Russian writing, etc.
He’s the guy who thinks he’s hot shit and spends most of the book playing aloof and thinking everyone loves him, when in fact the opposite is true. Please choose whether or not you want other users to be able to see on your profile that this library is a favorite of yours.