Voroshylovgrad fotoalʹbom by Eduard Kalika

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Published by "Mystet͡s︡tvo" in Kyïv .

Written in English

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Places:

  • Luhansʹk (Luhansʹka oblastʹ, Ukraine)

Subjects:

  • Luhansʹk (Luhansʹka oblastʹ, Ukraine) -- Pictorial works.

Edition Notes

Book details

Other titlesVoroshilovgrad.
Statement[upori͡a︡dkuvanni͡a︡, foto ta maket Eduarda Kaliky ; avtor tekstu Lii͡a︡ Aleksi͡e︡i͡e︡va].
ContributionsAlekseeva, L. I.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsDK651.V625 K34 1983
The Physical Object
Paginationca. 150 p. :
Number of Pages150
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL2990543M
LC Control Number84244869

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Even in this brutish habitus, there is trust, loyalty, and love.” — Marci Shore, The New Yorker5/5(1). Voroshilovgrad Serhiy Zhadan, trans. from the Ukrainian by Reilly Costigan-Humes and Isaac Wheeler.

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Even in this brutish habitus, there is trust, loyalty, and love.” — Marci Shore, The New YorkerReviews: 2. "Voroshilovgrad is an unsentimental novel about human relationships in conditions of brutality in which there is not a single act of betrayal In his prose there is no nostalgia, but there is genuine Voroshylovgrad book, rough and profound.

Even in this brutish habitus, there is trust, loyalty, and love."Reviews: 1. Voroshylovhrad — novel by Ukrainian writer Sergiy Zhadan, published in by the "Folio Publishing House". Book was the BBC Book of the Year inand in the novel was Voroshylovgrad book the Swiss "Jan Michalski" Prize.

In addition to Ukrainian, the novel is published in Russian, Polish, German, French and other languages. Zhadan is among a handful of Ukrainian authors whose Voroshylovgrad book has been widely translated. His most recent novel, “Voroshilovgrad,” won the Jan. Voroshilovgrad synonyms, Voroshilovgrad pronunciation, Voroshilovgrad translation, English dictionary definition of Voroshilovgrad.

See Luhans'k. n the former name of Lugansk n. a city in E Ukraine, in the Donets Basin. Formerly, Voroshilovgrad. Любов, політика, пристрасті і пригоди у xviii столітті на українських землях. І в центрі всіх перипетій - русинська, а отже українська княгиня Ізабелла Любомирська з волинського роду Чарторийськи.

Voroshilovgrad is a road novel that escapes itself [it] evokes the notion that the things we may consider nearest and dearest (romantic love, “brotherhood” and even more cynical values like materialism) are, rather than the be-all and end-all, just the tip of the iceberg emerging from the more alien depths of human motivation.”.

"Voroshilovgrad crosses, with tremendous grace, back and forth between lyrical dreaminess and brutal nightmarishness, and Zhadan works in lots of absurdity it’s absurdity of the sort that feels normal in books set in the Former Soviet Union, making everything in Voroshilovgrad feel paradoxically both real and bizarre."Reviews: 2.

Voroshilovgrad [Sergij Zhadan] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Za versієju konkursu «Kniga roku Bі-bі-sі» roman «Voroshilovgrad» stan krashhoju knigoju desjatilіttja. Pil dorіg.

" Voroshilovgrad crosses, with tremendous grace, back and forth between lyrical dreaminess and brutal nightmarishness, and Zhadan works in lots of absurdity it’s absurdity of the sort that feels normal in books set in the Former Soviet Union, making everything in Voroshilovgrad feel paradoxically both real and bizarre."Author: Serhiy Zhadan.

The bleak industrial landscape of now-war-torn eastern Ukraine sets the stage for Voroshilovgrad, the Soviet-era name of the Ukranian city of Luhansk, mixing magical realism and exhilarating road novel in poetic, powerful, and expressive prose.

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Life and career. Zhadan was born in Starobilsk, Luhansk Oblast in graduated from H.S. Skovoroda Kharkiv National Pedagogical University in with a thesis on the work of Mykhail Semenko and the Ukrainian Futurist writers of the s.

He then spent three years as a graduate student of philology, and taught Ukrainian and world literature from to Voroshilovgrad is steeped in nostalgia, a novel of a homecoming that is a very Ukrainian spin on both the notion of you-can't-go-home-again and the question of what home (in its broadest definition, like the German Heimat) means.

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The bleak industrial landscape of now-war-torn eastern Ukraine sets the stage for Voroshilovgrad, the Soviet era name of the Ukrainian city of Luhansk, mixing magical realism and exhilarating road novel in poetic, powerful, and expressive prose. ‎"The power source for Zhadan's writing is in its linguistic passion."— Die Zeit "One of the most important creative forces in modern Ukrainian alternative culture."— KulturSpiegel A city-dwelling executive heads home to take over his brother's gas station after his.

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Book on Amazon. Serhiy Zhadan began his career as a brilliant poet. His verses in revolutionized Ukrainian poetry: they were less sentimental, reviving the style of s Ukrainian avant-garde writers like Semenko or Johanssen.

Zhadan's writings drew upon his homeland: the industrial landscapes of East Ukraine. "Voroshilovgrad is an unsentimental novel about human relationships in conditions of brutality in which there is not a single act of betrayal In his prose there is no nostalgia, but there is genuine affection, rough and profound.

Even in this brutish habitus, there is trust, loyalty, and love.". The book takes us through the First World War, the fall of the tsarist empire, the Bolshevik Revolution, and the Civil War that followed.

In these years, Kyiv alone was occupied by five different armies; the confusion was breathtaking—the literature as well. In a New Yorker piece about Serhiy Zhadan’s novel Voroshilovgrad, I describe. The movie is a screen adaptation of the book “Voroshylovhrad” by Ukrainian writer Sergiy Zhadan.

Ukrainian director and radio host Yaroslav Lodygin has been. Get this from a library. Voroshilovgrad. [Serhiĭ Z︠H︡adan; Isaac Stackhouse Wheeler; Reilly Costigan-Humes] -- A city-dwelling executive heads home to take over his brother's gas station after his mysterious disappearance, but all he finds at home are mysteries and ghosts.

The bleak industrial landscape of. Voroshilovgrad definition: → Lugansk | Meaning, pronunciation, translations and examples. Voroshilovgrad by Serhiy Zhadan, translated by Reilly Costigan-Humes & Isaac Wheeler (Deep Vellum, pages, April 12) The bleak and desolate expanse of eastern Ukraine is the backdrop as well as a major character in Zhadan's novel, first published in In Ukrainian book - Voroshilovgrad by Serhiy Zhadan - Сергій Жадан Ворошиловград A book with obvious wear.

May have some damage to the cover but integrity still intact. The binding may be slightly damaged but integrity is still intact. Possible writing in margins, Seller Rating: % positive.

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The battle comprised three phases: the German Sea of Azov Offensive Operation by Army Group South (General Gerd von Rundstedt) (begun on 12 September ), the Soviet Rostov Defensive. Luhansk or Lugansk (UK: / l uː ˈ h æ n s k /, US: /-ˈ h ɑː n-/; Ukrainian: Луганськ, romanized: Luhans'k, IPA: [lʊˈɦɑnʲsʲk] (), UK: /-ˈ ɡ æ n-/, US: /-ˈ ɡ ɑː n-/; Russian: Луганск, romanized: Lugansk, IPA: [lʊˈɡansk]), formerly known as Voroshilovgrad (– and –), is internationally recognized as a city in eastern Ukraine, but effectively.

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Opens Seller Rating: % positive. The male characters in the book, however, while not sexualized in the same way, don’t have a huge degree of depth, either. This assessment is not so devastating, either, as Voroshilovgrad isn’t a book that relies heavily on depth of what we might think of as “character,” period.

Depth comes from a more collective but mysterious place. "Trainspotting set against a grim post-Soviet backdrop." -- NewsweekWorld Literature Today's Recommended Summer Reads A city-dwelling executive heads home to take over his brother's gas station after his mysterious disappearance, but all he finds at home are mysteries and ghosts.

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This book can only be described as a literary Odyssey, a roaming adventure through the crumbling town of Voroshilovgrad and its surroundings in the post-Soviet period. The plot offers so much more than Herman’s bizarre story as he attempts to run his brother’s gas station; we are confronted by a poetic journey through the landscape of.

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" Voroshilovgrad is more, however, than an exercise in post-Soviet social realism. There is something deeply mythological about the novel, and, like many myths, it is a story of homecoming Zhadan's language is suitably elastic, swinging from the tough, streetwise irony of a Ukrainian Irvine Welsh to flights of ebullient poetry more Reviews: 2.

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