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Catteau la Métaphorique des utopies dans la littérature Russe et de son Traitement chez Andrej Platonov. Revue des Études Slaves, Vol. 56 (No. 1) ( ). Stalin called him scum. Sholokhov, Gorky, Pasternak, and Bulgakov all thought he was the bee’s knees. But when Andrei Platonov died in. View the profiles of people named Andrej Platonov. Join Facebook to connect with Andrej Platonov and others you may know. Facebook gives people the power.

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But this game of make-believe had dragged on for a long time,for eternity, and nobody felt like laughing anymore. In s, Platonov was working together with the Soviet philosopher Mikhail Lifshitzwho edited a Moscow magazine The Literary Critic Literaturny Kritikthat was also followed platonoov Marxist philosophers around the world.

S talin called him scum. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. All I can say myself is that all languages have norms that can be infringed, and that we do our best to infringe English norms just as Platonov infringes Russian norms. andrei

Well, it probably sounds less startling to Russians than it does to English and Americans. Although relatively unknown at the time of his death, his influence on later Russian writers has been considerable.

Retrieved 4 June SholokhovGorky, Pasternak, and Bulgakov all thought he was the bee’s knees. Want to Read saving…. Animal Characters in Russian Literature 24 Sep 15, Platonov’s language is often extremely intimate yet also strange: Abdrej Williams – Stoner – platonovv, sayfa. From throughhis most intensive period as a writer, he published dozens of poems an anthology appeared inseveral stories, and hundreds of articles and essays, adopting in the Platonov pen-name by which he is best-known.


In the Stalinist Great Purge of the s, Platonov’s son was arrested as a “terrorist” and “spy”. No other work of literature means so much to me. E’ morto il regista Francesco Rosi. Because of his political writings, perceived anti-totalitarian stance, and early death from andrrj, some English-speaking commentators have called him “the Russian George Orwell “.

Luckily there are stories that end well, that leave us feeling altered, off-kilter, like a baby who’s been picked up and set down facing a different direction. These works, with their implicit criticism of the system, drew official sanction, and although a chapter of Chevengur appeared in a magazine, neither was published in full.

He is certainly difficult to translate. Platonov joined the Communist Party in the spring ofand started attending the party school, but had left by the end offor what he later called a “juvenile” reason.

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Andrje using this site, you agree to the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy. Petrushka, now twelve years old, has become the head of the household and a shrew.

Liuba insists she was unfaithful only once, and unhappily so: I don’t think so. A-Z Author Challenge – 79 Dec 29, The deep emotion and sense of surprise that the story triggers in me, again and again, leave me in awe, and make this my very favorite story.

But that night, as Petrushka eavesdrops, the war veteran can’t stop himself from grilling his wife about the men she befriended during his absence.

With remarkably high energy and intellectual precocity he wrote confidently across a wide range of topics including literature, art, cultural life, science, philosophy, religion, education, politics, the civil war, anrdej relations, economics, technology, famine and land reclamation, amongst others.


First, the original text was never published in Platonov’s lifetime, and the first posthumous publications — on which our Harvill translation was based — were severely bowdlerised.

Grossman is far better known in the west andrem than he was 10 years ago. Andrei Platonov Average rating: Table of Contents Preface Acknowledgement Introduction: When I first read his account of the kulaks being sent off down the river on a raft, I thought of it simply as weird.

Andrei Platonov: Russia’s greatest 20th-century prose stylist?

And Platonov’s very last work — the moving, witty versions of Russian folk tales he composed after the war — was poatonov, without acknowledgment, in millions of school textbooks. As for your second question, you need to ask someone who is entirely bilingual and not involved in the work. Grossman gave the main speech at Platonov’s funeral.

Topics Mentioning This Author. He was also involved with the local Proletcult movement, joined the Union of Communist Journalists in Marchand worked as an editor at Krasnaia Derevnia literally,”red countryside”the paper of the local railway workers’ union. In journalism, stories, and poetry written during the first postrevolutionary years —Platonov interwove ideas about human mastery over nature with skepticism about triumphant human consciousness and will, andrem a sentimental and even erotic love of physical things with a fear and attendant abhorrence platohov matter.

As for the bear, he’s drawn from many sources.