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  • Nataliya

    eBook Евгений Онегин eBook ç Ê cutabovebarberagencycouk Евгений pdf, Онегин book, Евгений Онегин MOBII dare you double triple dog dare you¹ to find a Russian person who has never heard of Evgeniy Onegin ¹ If you do somehow manage to find this living under the rock person I unfortunately cannot provide you with a monetary reward since I have no money


  • Ahmad Sharabiani

    eBook Евгений Онегин eBook ç Ê cutabovebarberagencycouk Евгений pdf, Онегин book, Евгений Онегин MOBIЕвгений Онегин Yevgeniy Onegin Eugene Onegin Alexander Pushkin Eugene Onegin is a novel in verse written by Alexander Pushkin Onegin is considered a classic of Russian literature and its eponymous protagonist has served as the model for a number of Russian literary heroes so called superfluous men It was published in serial form between 1825 and 1832 The first complete edition was published in 1833 and the currently accepted version is based on the 1837 publicationIn the 1820's Eugene Onegin is a bored St Petersburg dandy whose life consists of balls concerts parties and nothing Upon the death of a wealthy uncle he inherits a substantial fortune and a landed estate When he


  • Fionnuala

    eBook Евгений Онегин eBook ç Ê cutabovebarberagencycouk Евгений pdf, Онегин book, Евгений Онегин MOBI1Have you ever dreamt in versesWoke to thoughts that tapped in tercesUnits measured in finger tipsRhymes recurring on your lipsYour whole mind on metre bentAll prose thoughts elsewhere sent?That's what comes of reading PushkinLate nights spent with his OneginScanning lines til eyelids droopAnd all your thoughts are in a loopCounting counting metres feetEndless tapping then repeat 2Woe to the reader used to proseWho seeks to fathom Eugene's poseWho must daily exerce her ear And progress slowly full of fearWhat if this poem she can't finishIn her eyes she will diminishBut with practice she gained speedAnd Pushkin's verses learned to readTil soon she saw with failing heartThat she and Eugene soon must partThe end loomed near mere pa


  • Alex

    eBook Евгений Онегин eBook ç Ê cutabovebarberagencycouk Евгений pdf, Онегин book, Евгений Онегин MOBIThis foundation stone of Russian literature is a smashing lilting read and it's only 200 pages to boot so it's less of a commitment than all those later Russians who thought editing was for assholes It's a novel in verse which means epic poem wtf in iambic tetrameter It's organized in stanzas that are almost sonnets but far enough off to kindof fuck with your head or mine anyway The scheme is abab ccdd effe gg so he's switching it up in each uatrain which leaves me constantly off balance But in a good way Tetrameter has a dangerous tendency to sound sing songy to me and this helps counterbalance that somehowIt also makes a tough challenge for a translator and for a long time Onegin was considered untranslatable Stanley Mitchell has done what feels like an admirable job; I'm sure if I knew Russian I'd say he brutalized it but on


  • Florencia

    eBook Евгений Онегин eBook ç Ê cutabovebarberagencycouk Евгений pdf, Онегин book, Евгений Онегин MOBI And then from all a heart finds tenderI tore my own; an alien soulWithout allegiances I vanishedThinking that liberty and peaceCould take the place of happinessMy God how wrong how I’ve been punished Alexander Pushkin Chapter VIIIContradictions We are made of dreams and contradictions We want something and after getting it we don't want it any But there's even a bitter reality we often want what we can't have We compare our lives with the lives of the characters we love and we long for that The literary universe created by another hum


  • Jan-Maat

    eBook Евгений Онегин eBook ç Ê cutabovebarberagencycouk Евгений pdf, Онегин book, Евгений Онегин MOBIUmbert Eco once wrote that Translation is the art of failure and your opinion of this work is likely to be decided by the translation that you readPushkin wrote Onegin in Alexandrines which have twelve syllable lines with an end rhyme This works well i


  • Kalliope

    eBook Евгений Онегин eBook ç Ê cutabovebarberagencycouk Евгений pdf, Онегин book, Евгений Онегин MOBII finally read this marvel of a novel poem? Inevitably I have felt for a long time daunted by the stature of the work but now after finishing it I feel both still daunted and surprised because it was a much easier read than I had expected While reading it the Onegin story rarely jumped at me This very simple story which I knew beforehand kept receding into the background behind the text Instead it was as if I were sitting with the Author who kept changing chairs with a masked Narrator and to whose musings I listened eagerly Luckily my edition provided excellent note


  • Emma

    eBook Евгений Онегин eBook ç Ê cutabovebarberagencycouk Евгений pdf, Онегин book, Евгений Онегин MOBIMy honest reaction to this poem is a sense of awe at the art and the translation rather than the story itself Since I regrettably don't know nearly enough Russian to read the original I can't speak to the accuracy of Anthony Briggs' efforts but each stanza reads with an incredible hypnotising rhythm and verve It


  • Edward

    eBook Евгений Онегин eBook ç Ê cutabovebarberagencycouk Евгений pdf, Онегин book, Евгений Онегин MOBIDouglas Hofstadter in his informative but self indulgent Le Ton beau de Marot devotes over 500 pages to the subject of translating a 28 line poem from French to English The book is filled with a multitude of attempts each with its own character its own aims in conveying some element of the original and each differing significantly in style language and emotion There is a seemingly infinite linguistic freedom and complexity in the translation of even a poem of just 60 words between languages that are virtual siblings By comparison Eugene Onegin is a poetic novel consisting of over 200 pages which utilises a poetry of grammar completely alien to English understanding What is left then must be regarded as a vague ghost of the original and it would be pure folly to attempt an earnest review Perhaps all that survives the distortion of translation are the most salient and immutable elements the captivating story itself; Pushkin's play


  • Antonomasia

    eBook Евгений Онегин eBook ç Ê cutabovebarberagencycouk Евгений pdf, Онегин book, Евгений Онегин MOBI ARC review 2016 Pushkin Press edition translated by Anthony Briggs375? I've yet to be convinced that it's possible to translate Russian poetry into consistently excellent English verse Translator Anthony Briggs' introduction suggests that it is easier to make Russian poems sound good in English than it is French ones which contradicts my experience as a reader I loved Kinnell's Villon Millay's Baudelaire among others and was disappointed by two different versions of Tsvetava It had been my intention if I ever read Onegin to go for Stanley Mitchell's translation for what I'd seen of the actual poetry though I love the cover too but this new version was on offer as an ARC last year I liked the beginning of Briggs' War Peace enough that I'd have read his translation if it ha


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