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Lady Macbeth do Distrito de Mtzensk By Nikolai Leskov Paulo Bezerra Nikolai Leskov Lady Macbeth do Distrito de Mtzensk Se Ivan Turgu niev o mais ocidental dos escritores russos do s culo XIX Nikolai Leskov o grande retratista dos costumes e da alma de seu povo Mas apesar da for a de suas narrativas curtas t o intens
  • Title: Lady Macbeth do Distrito de Mtzensk
  • Author: Nikolai Leskov Paulo Bezerra Nikolai Leskov
  • ISBN: 9788573264302
  • Page: 102
  • Format: Paperback
  • Lady Macbeth do Distrito de Mtzensk By Nikolai Leskov Paulo Bezerra Nikolai Leskov Se Ivan Turgu niev o mais ocidental dos escritores russos do s culo XIX, Nikolai Leskov o grande retratista dos costumes e da alma de seu povo Mas apesar da for a de suas narrativas curtas, t o intensas quanto os romances de Dostoi vski, e da fluidez do estilo, compar vel ao de Tolst i, ele um autor ainda pouco conhecido fora da R ssia Em lady macbeth do distrito dSe Ivan Turgu niev o mais ocidental dos escritores russos do s culo XIX, Nikolai Leskov o grande retratista dos costumes e da alma de seu povo Mas apesar da for a de suas narrativas curtas, t o intensas quanto os romances de Dostoi vski, e da fluidez do estilo, compar vel ao de Tolst i, ele um autor ainda pouco conhecido fora da R ssia Em lady macbeth do distrito de Mtzensk, publicada em 1865 na revista Epokha editada por Dostoi vski e considerada a obra prima de Leskov, o leitor acompanha a transforma o de Catierina Lvovna, a jovem e entediada esposa de um velho comerciante, em uma cruel assassina Essa hero na fria e calculista, que pode ser vista tamb m como um s mbolo da liberta o feminina em rela o opress o patriarcal, mas que em nenhum momento se arrepende das atrocidades cometidas, levou a cr tica a encontrar nessa vers o russa da trag dia shakespeariana aspectos mais tarde desenvolvidos pelo romance noir de Raymond Chandler e, al m disso, inspirou a famosa pera de Dmitri Shostak vitch, de 1934, e o filme Lady Macbeth siberiana, do cineasta polon s Andrzej Wajda.
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      also Nikolaj S LeskowNikolai LeskovNikolai LesskowNikolaj Sem novi Leskov Nikola Semenovich LeskovNikolai Ljeskow Nikolai Semyonovich Leskov Russian 16 February 1831 5 March 1895 was a Russian novelist, short story writer, playwright, and journalist who also wrote under the pseudonym M Stebnitsky Praised for his unique writing style and innovative experiments in form, and held in high esteem by Leo Tolstoy, Anton Chekhov and Maxim Gorky among others, Leskov is credited with creating a comprehensive picture of contemporary Russian society using mostly short literary forms His major works include Lady Macbeth of Mtsensk 1865 which was later made into an opera by Shostakovich , The Cathedral Clergy 1872 , The Enchanted Wanderer 1873 , and The Tale of Cross eyed Lefty from Tula and the Steel Flea 1881.Leskov was born at his parent s estate in Oryol Gubernia in 1831 He received his formal education at the Oryol Lyceum In 1847 Leskov joined the Oryol criminal court office, later transferring to Kiev where he worked as a clerk, attended university lectures, mixed with local people, and took part in various student circles In 1857 Leskov quit his job as a clerk and went to work for the private trading company Scott Wilkins owned by Alexander Scott, his aunt s English husband He spent several years traveling throughout Russia on company business It was in these early years that Leskov learned local dialects and became keenly interested in the customs and ways of the different ethnic and regional groups of Russian peoples His experiences during these travels provided him with material and inspiration for his future as a writer of fiction.Leskov s literary career began in the early 1860s with the publication of his short story The Extinguished Flame 1862 , and his novellas Musk Ox May 1863 and The Life of a Peasant Woman September, 1863 His first novel No Way Out was published under the pseudonym M Stebnitsky in 1864 From the mid 1860s to the mid 1880s Leskov published a wide range of works, including journalism, sketches, short stories, and novels Leskov s major works, many of which continue to be published in modern versions, were written during this time A number of his later works were banned because of their satirical treatment of the Russian Orthodox Church and its functionaries In his last years Leskov suffered from angina pectoris and asthma He died on 5 March 1895 He was interred in the Volkovo Cemetery in Saint Petersburg, in the section reserved for literary figures.

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    1. It was powerful and horrible Didn t like it, the choices of the characters were horrible for everyone involved and, frankly speaking, unsatisfying Deeply unsettling A cautionary tale Maybe.The genius of the author is unquestionable Still, the subject is madly horrific Basically, what the author has given us a glimpse of, is a total disrepect for human lives inherent to some people Had these people undewent a psychiatric review, they would have blipped as born killers with human identity disorder [...]


    2. Another beautiful book from the Hesperus Press I so wax lyrical about the beauty of these editions I almost feel i should be earning commission but seriously, they are lovely They are a press which focuses on making accessible, either through new translations or simply a new edition, what they state are unjustly neglected or simply little known works by otherwise well known authors They are always small works, in this case the story itself is only 58 pages long, and this one is written by a writ [...]


    3. No fancy pancy, no thousand adjectives and psychologic mambojambo That is left to us The book is well written, the story could be real Mr Leskow leaves it to us to think about the psychology of his characters had Katharina a latent psychiatric disease is it her fault or is the society s was it all because she wanted a better life for herself in a world where this was impossible if being a woman and poor is it a parabole love makes us do crazy shit who do you hate Katharina or Sergey I think tha [...]


    4. okuyanus yay nlar n n ex libris serisi asl nda biraz k y da k ede kalm t rk eye evrilmemi ama zaman n n nemli biraz daha gotik kitaplar n biraraya getiren bir seri yazar Nikolai Leskov da 19 yy rus yazarlar n n en az tan nanlar ndan k y da k ede kalm da olsa dilin sadeli i ger ek ve ger ek st n n birbirine ge i leri konu biraz s radan gelebilir kar koca ili kleri ihanet kar para k t l k vs bence dikkate de er zaten k sac k bir kitap kocaa Rus k lliyat nda bir Leskov u da tan madan ge meyelim der [...]


    5. Full of passion, jealousy and obsession, this short story is highly interesting and enjoyable Leskov s description of the emotional and moral dilemma, as well as the erotic frenzy, of the heroine is exceptional and realistic.


    6. , , , , , , , , , , , , , .Katerina is truly a Russian character, not because she is so extremely morally perverted, but because she could be understood only by those who are either Russians , or are familiar with the Russian culture The author does a wonderful job portraying her as a powerful, passionate and impulsive character She is totally deaf to the voice of her mind, but very susceptible to the voice of her feminine biological self She is mysterious not enigmatic, though Katerina ema [...]




    7. Lady Macbeth of Mtsensk is a short novella set in Russian province in the second half of 19th century The subject matter is pretty powerful passion, adultery, murder and betrayal Yet, for all that, the book is very unsentimental and true to life It is full of dark humour and the characters are very real and believable It is a shame that it does not seem particularly well known in the West, for it is, in my opinion, one of the best works in Russian literature.


    8. Even better than I remember it to be This story is packed with passion and crime, featuring the unforgettable character of Katerina Brutal, fascinating, and simply excellent read in Russian



    9. why do I always end up reading books which do nothing but squeeze and smash your heart The title of this one should have been a clear warning If you are called Macbeth you are up to no good Besides, this is a Russian story and they always end Up bad s a trip back to a time when women were commodities and had no option but to pass from male to male, from father to husband, being considered just goods Thus, Katerina finds herself married to a dull, weak Man who doubles her in age, and submitted to [...]


    10. Now and again in these parts you come across people so remarkable that, no matter how much time has passed since you met them, it is impossible to recall them without your heart trembling One such person was Katerina Lvovna Izmailova, a merchant s wife who was once the centre of a drama so terrible that our local gentry, taking their cue from someone s light hearted quip, took to calling her Lady Macbeth of Mtsensk what a dark little tale of desire and murder very pleased to have found this beca [...]


    11. Although I have been aware of this short novella for many years, I was never particularly interested in reading it until the recent film version which transfers the action to England Still, one can definitely see why it has remained such a powerfully potent and nasty little gem, and Chandler s translation seems to do it full justice.



    12. Add this book after seeing the interesting movie trailer That, and I have a thing for Shakespeare, Russian literature and female murderers.




    13. .Lido em Outubro de 2014STP.Para reler em simult neo com O Ru do do Tempo de Julian Barnes


    14. Esperaba mucho m s, le algo sobre que esta historia es de las mejores novelas rusas y maravillas varias sobre el autor pero no encontr nada de eso.


    15. La protagonista le da rienda suelta a lado mas malvado de la naturaleza humana para tener lo que desea y no conocer limites En fin, que puedo decir no esperaba nada de la historia pero me gusto


    16. This is a wonderful collection of four stories about the little people of Russia serfs, manual labourers, monks, etc in the middle of the nineteenth century The characters are at least two levels down in the social hierarchy from the Great Nobles portrayed by Tolstoy and at least one level down from the lower nobility and bourgeois who appear in Dostoyevsky s works Thus it affords a great way for the reader to round out the picture of nineteenth century society by Russia s two most famous writer [...]


    17. Leskov didn t invent the bored housewives gone wild genre Madame Bovary was published earlier Nor did he have the last word Anna Karenina came later But when it comes to in your face treatment, Leskov stands alone Heck, I d even put Katerina Lvovna, the so called Lady Macbeth of Mtsensk, ahead of the original Lady Macbeth I could even see Karerina and Alexandra Forrest the Glen Close character from Fatal Attraction becoming BFFs they d get each other.The first sentence of this novella is an eye [...]


    18. Eine von ihrem Mann gelangweilte, junge Ehefrau hat eine Aff re mit einem Knecht, was eine Reihe von Morden nach sich zieht Das ist so ungew hnlich grausam, und dabei so locker erz hlt, die Figuren sprechen ein sehr blumiges, volkssprachliches Russisch, fast wie im M rchen Die m rderische Konsequenz des Wunschs, etwas vom Leben zu haben Die Erz hlung gleitet v llig ab in Ha und Gewalt, gro artig.


    19. Perfectly tragic little novella Right up there with Bunin and Turgenev, though not as descriptive Recommended.


    20. Wow, that was dramatic Katerina can serve as an archetype for Russian women being ready to do anything for the sake of love.


    21. At first, a victim of passion and na vet then with each turn of the chapter calculating, conniving, colder, and brutal, until the ultimate sin And then, the turn.The na vet with Sergei begins to fall away, the cruelties endured, waiting for the right time, and in a calculated attack, exacts her justice against Sergei and her own crimes Brilliant.



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