ইতালির রূপকথা

Gorky s participation in the Russian revolution of his public opposition to the granting of loans to czarist Russia by the West and the publication of his novel Mother made it impossible for th

  • Title: ইতালির রূপকথা
  • Author: Maxim Gorky Noni Bhowmik
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 340
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Gorky s participation in the Russian revolution of 1905, his public opposition to the granting of loans to czarist Russia by the West, and the publication of his novel Mother made it impossible for the writer to reside in Russia His health too was severely undermined, and in October 1906 he went to Italy for a prolonged cure It was there, in the period between 1906 andGorky s participation in the Russian revolution of 1905, his public opposition to the granting of loans to czarist Russia by the West, and the publication of his novel Mother made it impossible for the writer to reside in Russia His health too was severely undermined, and in October 1906 he went to Italy for a prolonged cure It was there, in the period between 1906 and 1913 that the Tales were written.In the Tales of Italy Gorky sketched scenes from life in the Italy he knew I have called these scenes Tales, he wrote, because both the landscape of Italy and the customs of its people, indeed their entire way of life, is so different from Russia that to the ordinary Russian reader they might indeed seem like tales The Tales cover a wide range of subject matter In them one finds the social theme side by side with legends or genre sketches from Italian everyday life The story of the Simplon tunnel alternates with a hymn of praise to Mothers, stories of the marriage customs of the Italian laboring folk with descriptions of colorful pageants in Capri The mischievous urchin darting in and out among the crowds is a familiar figure in the Tales This is not merely a colorful feature of the Italian street scene, not only a confirmation of the Italian s love for children In Gorky s tales children are a symbol of the future for which their fathers are striving The heralds of spring, Gorky calls them There are no tales finer than those created by life itself, these words chosen for the epigraph in his book, but express the essence of Maxim Gorky s Tales of Italy.

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    1. I have just spent a week with Maxim Gorky in glorious Italy. The descriptions are heady and overwhelm the senses just as the abundance of life in Italy might do. A celebration of nature and humanity. I have a beautiful old hardback copy produced by the Foreign Languages Publishing House Moscow translated by Rose Prokofieva and illustrated with charming drawings by T. V. Shishmareva. A lovely book and a blissful way to pass the time when kept indoors by wintry weather.

    2. "অনেক জিনিস নিয়েই ভালো কিছু লেখা যায়, কিন্তু সবচেয়ে ভালো লেখা হয় ভালো মানুষকে নিয়ে" - জিওভান্নি সিদ্ধান্ত। কীভাবে জিওভান্নির জীবনে পরিবর্তন এসেছিল? সৈন্য হিসেবে কাজ করতে গিয়ে কীভাবে কৃষকদের [...]

    3. গুগল ট্রান্সলেটারে Сказки об Италии এর ইংরেজি অনুবাদ দেখাচ্ছে Tales of Italy। এজন্যই গল্পগুলোকে রূপকথা মনে হয়নি।

    4. Очень красивые "сказки." Трогательные истории, которые уносят с собой в то пространство и время.

    5. Saya suka buku ini, meskipun ada beberapa bagian yang memerlukan pemahaman yang lebih mendalam deri segi kebahasaan, Maxim gorki menyajikan cerita dengan gamblang baik itu tempat dan penokohan. Kumpulan cerpen ini terdiri dari banyak kisah mulai dari percintaan,keluarga bahkan konflik sosial. Gorki mencoba menyajikan setiap kejadian secara mendetail, membuat kita seolah berselancar mengarungi waktu menuju Italia bagian selatan dengan kompleksitasnya. Pertama kali membaca buku ini saya merasa asi [...]

    6. Maxim Gorky travelled to Italy specifically the Island of Capri to recover from the vigours of battling Tsarist Russia. Suffering from ill-health he penned these short stories about the sunnier climes he resided in. He has a marked affinity for near poetical descriptions of nature and these passages are among the best in these short vignettes of Italian life. His strong socialist convictions are front and center in many of these tales but he also touches on social themes of Italian life such as [...]

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