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  • Vit Babenco

    Paperback¸ Котлован Kotlovan eBook ñ Котлован book, kotlovan download, Котлован Kotlovan PDFEPUBWe always believe that the bright future is just around the corner and we wait for it to comeon the face of each young Pioneer girl there remained a trace of the difficulty the feebleness of early life meagerness of body and beauty of expression Bu


  • Jan-Maat

    Paperback¸ Котлован Kotlovan eBook ñ Котлован book, kotlovan download, Котлован Kotlovan PDFEPUBThis might be the one book fact or fiction I'd recommend about life in the early days of the Soviet UnionA group of builders are digging out the foundations for a building The symbolism is clear What the building will be is not ever made clear and may not even be important The men are struggling down in the foundations with the implications of the new regime which is under construction and which therefore has turned the way of life the way of thinking and all relationships upside down The future is deeply uncertain the new world is under construction That unknown unvisualised future is not a source of hope or optimism but rather an ominous looming presence ove


  • Rebecca McNutt

    Paperback¸ Котлован Kotlovan eBook ñ Котлован book, kotlovan download, Котлован Kotlovan PDFEPUBAt once The Foundation Pit is a chilling view of the utopian ideal but its themes run deep and show that the fate of humanity rests upon how exactly political and philosoph


  • Eddie Watkins

    Paperback¸ Котлован Kotlovan eBook ñ Котлован book, kotlovan download, Котлован Kotlovan PDFEPUBI read great swathes of this book as absurdist black comedy and kept imagining the events portrayed as scenes in a marginally avant garde silent film Each character is a ghost or husk of itself and moves through the narrative as a reasoning automaton even if that reasoning is fatally flawed and is not even properly “reasoning” Each charact


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    Paperback¸ Котлован Kotlovan eBook ñ Котлован book, kotlovan download, Котлован Kotlovan PDFEPUBAndrei Platonov 1899 1951 was an intellectual who believed in and supported the Russian Revolution became a member of the Communist Party and had the first hand experience of Stalin's forced collectivization of Soviet agriculture This is a novel that despite its simplistic narrative can be read on multiple levels Philosophy attempts to reveal universal truths but in this case is used to conceal the most atrocious reality A spiritual apathy has left everyone weak and powerless farmers deprived of their land idealists losing their faith eventually humans become dehumanised unable to map out what being human is about and go on living without a purpose or vanish into oblivion A bri


  • Steven Godin

    Paperback¸ Котлован Kotlovan eBook ñ Котлован book, kotlovan download, Котлован Kotlovan PDFEPUBIt saddens me when a novel especially one politically important remains unpublished during the life of the writer a writer who ended up seeing out his days in poverty and misery And Platonov wouldn't be the first Russian to see his work disappear into obscurity Like Mikhail Bulgakov although this reads like a gloomy Kafka Platonov's novel is a scathing satire on Stalinism in which he portrays a society systematically and regimented around a monstrous lie one that plagues any meaning of hope and integrity for humanity Set against a backdrop of industrialisation and collectivisation The novel's central plot is uite straightforward Voschev a machinist joins a group of workers digging an immense foundation pit for what most believe will be


  • brian

    Paperback¸ Котлован Kotlovan eBook ñ Котлован book, kotlovan download, Котлован Kotlovan PDFEPUBplatonov an atheist believed that communism could take hold only if it met and surpassed the needs fulfilled by religion; in other words the revolution would have to fill the ol' God Shaped Hole if it wanted to stick around it didn't it couldn't and platonov realized this his characters don't they sublimate themselves in communism to find some kind of spiriual answer good luck sisyphus would gladly trade spots with these suckers who devote their lives to digging a pit that will serve as the foundation to a utilitarian superstructure of communism and in the process offer absolute personal and collective fulfillmentwhen communist Voshchev wakes from a nap out in a field and finds a dead leaf blown from a distant tree Voshchev picked up the leaf that had withere


  • Greg Watson

    Paperback¸ Котлован Kotlovan eBook ñ Котлован book, kotlovan download, Котлован Kotlovan PDFEPUBAndrew Platonov's The Foundation Pit is a brutal novel He shatters any illusions one might have about the virtues of Soviet communism Platonov's deadpan style makes the hunger and death he depicts that much empty And while appearing to favor class struggle and scientific socialism he subtly demolishes collectivism and any claim to nobility it might claim


  • David Lentz

    Paperback¸ Котлован Kotlovan eBook ñ Котлован book, kotlovan download, Котлован Kotlovan PDFEPUBPlatonov writes with a minimalist style in a stark Russian landscape in the midst of the absolute absurdity of a mindless Communist bureaucracy killing its people to dig a vast foundation pit in the middle of nowhere The net effect like the writing of Samuel Beckett is vulnerable characters searching without hope for meaning which is absent or unfathomable or beyond their reach This novel is a moving foray into the theatre of the absurd as the characters deal with the heartbreak and death and the utter absence of opportunity of their everyday lives as peasants They are merely worked to death by a dehumanizing government machine intent upon killing them with meaningless labor and driven by petty party leaders who demand loyalty despite the overwhelming poverty they perpetuate The hero Voschev is a thinking man who could easily play the role of Vladimir or Estragon in Beckett's Waiting for Godot It seems to me all the tim


  • Steven

    Paperback¸ Котлован Kotlovan eBook ñ Котлован book, kotlovan download, Котлован Kotlovan PDFEPUB Now we feel nothing at all only dust and ashes remain in us 104I appreciate many forms of literature; three particular and often interwoven kinds occupy elevated spots Russian literature Soviet era literature and prison literatureliterature of rebellion Dostoevsky Grossman Solzhenitsyn Shalamov Koestler – I could go on naming favorite writers that combine some or all of these categories One person who fits them rather swimmingly and whom I had not previously read i


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