Сотников

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  • Title: Сотников
  • Author: Vasil Bykaŭ
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 189
  • Format: Hardcover
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      Published :2018-07-21T08:51:51+00:00

    About the Author

    Vasil Bykaŭ

    Vasil Byka was born in the village By ki, not far from Viciebsk in 1924 In 1941 he was in Ukraine when Germany attacked the USSR At first seventeen year old Byka dug trenches then he volunteered for the Red Army For years after the war he continued to serve, returning to the USSR only in the mid 1950s There he started to work as a journalist for the Hrodna Pravda newspaper In that same decade his first novellas began to come out, of which the most famous are Sotnika , The Obelisk , To Go and Not Return , and To Live Till Sunrise During and after the Perestroika, he participated in pro reform movement e.g Popular Front of Belarus In October 1993, he signed the Letter of Forty Two.Byka s literary achievement lies in his sternly realistic, albeit touched by lyricism, depictions of World War II battles, typically with a small number of personages In the ferociousness of encounter they face moral dilemmas both vis a vis their enemies and within their own Soviet world burdened by ideological and political constraints Byka s novellas that are available in English translation, such as The Dead Feel No Pain 1965 , The Ordeal 1970 , Wolf Pack 1975 and Sign of Misfortune , challenged the official version of the war This brought upon the writer vicious accusations of false humanism from some Red Army generals and the Communist Party press Vasil Bykov is a very courageous and uncompromising writer, rather of the Solzhenitsyn stamp, wrote Michael Glenny in Partisan Review in 1972 Byka was one of the most admired writers in the Soviet Union In 1980 he was awarded the honorific title of People s Writer of the Belarusian SSR.Outside of his native country, Vasil Byka is the most widely read Belarusian writer During the Soviet period, his works were translated into most major languages of the world However, most of the translations were done on the basis of Russian rendering Byka wrote all of his works in his native Belarusian language, and translated several of them into Russian by himself Vasil Byka s stature in the life of his country remains enormous An opponent of Alexander Lukashenko s regime and a supporter of the Belarusian People s Front, he lived abroad for several years first in Finland, then in Germany and the Czech Republic , but returned to his homeland just a month before his death The memory of his turbulent life and uncompromising stance on the war have only enhanced his reputation at home and abroad ever since.

    465 Comment

    • Anita said:
      Oct 18, 2018 - 08:51 AM

      Понравилось всё, а особенно способ подачи истории с постоянными отсылками в прошлое, через которые мы и узнаем главных героев. Очень трогательно, учит ценить каждую минуту нашей жизни.#егэчиталка

    • July said:
      Oct 18, 2018 - 08:51 AM

      "Nie, život je jediná reálna hodnota pre všetko, čo existuje, aj pre človeka. Raz v dokonalej ľudskej spoločnosti stane sa absolútnou kategóriou, mierou aj hodnotou všetkého. Každý jeden život bude hlavným zmyslom žijúcich bytostí a stane sa rovnakou hodnotou aj pre celú spoločnosť, ktorej silu i harmóniu bude určovať šťastie všetkých jej členov." (Vasilij Bykov)

    • Valeriy Ryazanov said:
      Oct 18, 2018 - 08:51 AM

      Хорошее, сильное произведение. Я знал примерно сюжет, но большую часть книги не знал, какой из героев как себя поведет. Фильм "Восхождение", снятый по этой книге, сильно уступает - он более плоский, в нем сразу говорится - вот это черное, а это белое.

    • Erma Odrach said:
      Oct 18, 2018 - 08:51 AM

      Bykov (1924-2003) is a Belarusian author, who wrote in Belarusian and translated many of his own works into Russian, which were in turn translted into English. The Ordeal depicts a realistic picture of the Great Patriotic War. It gives an inside glimpse (and first-hand account) of German-occupied Russia, and how some men became partisans and others traitors, helping the German militia. A good intro. in the book would have been helpful, as Bykov is relatively unknown (at least in the West). It's [...]

    • Elly said:
      Oct 18, 2018 - 08:51 AM

      "По существу, он жертвовал собой ради спасения других, но не менее, чем другим, это пожертвование было необходимо и ему самому. Сотников не мог согласиться с мыслью, что его смерть явится нелепой случайностью по воле этих пьяных прислужников. Как и каждая смерть в борьбе, она [...]

    • Anton said:
      Oct 18, 2018 - 08:51 AM

      Рекомендую к просмотру фильм Ларисы Шепитько «Восхождение», снятый по этой повести. Очень мощная картина с блестящей игрой актёров.

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