Stof en As

Stof en As Anatoli Rybakov Aai Prins
  • Title: Stof en As
  • Author: Anatoli Rybakov Aai Prins
  • ISBN: 9789035115590
  • Page: 335
  • Format: Paperback
  • Stof en As Anatoli Rybakov Aai Prins Stof en As Het vervolg op Angst Het is Na zijn verbanning zwerft Sasja Pankratov door het land vastbesloten om te overleven ondanks Stalins verstikkende terreurbewind De oude garde van bolsjewieken is uit
    Het vervolg op Angst.Het is 1937 Na zijn verbanning zwerft Sasja Pankratov door het land, vastbesloten om te overleven, ondanks Stalins verstikkende terreurbewind De oude garde van bolsjewieken is uitgeroeid, maar iedereen loopt gevaar de beulen van gisteren zijn de slachtoffers van vandaag De dreiging van een oorlog met Duitsland wordt steeds groter, maar Stalin klampHet vervolg op Angst.Het is 1937 Na zijn verbanning zwerft Sasja Pankratov door het land, vastbesloten om te overleven, ondanks Stalins verstikkende terreurbewind De oude garde van bolsjewieken is uitgeroeid, maar iedereen loopt gevaar de beulen van gisteren zijn de slachtoffers van vandaag De dreiging van een oorlog met Duitsland wordt steeds groter, maar Stalin klampt zich vast aan een bondgenootschap met Hitler De gevolgen zullen desastreus zijn, niet in de laatste plaats omdat Stalin, bijgestaan door de gevreesde Jezjov, het militaire kader praktisch heeft uitgeroeid Tegen de achtergrond van deze dreigende gebeurtenissen schetst Rybakov hoe het Sasja Pankratovs oude kameraden vergaat Joera Sjarok die in Parijs als medewerker van de geheime dienst nauw betrokken is bij de jacht op Trotski Vadim, die meer en meer verstrikt raakt in het verraad, het bedrog en uit lijfsbehoud voor niets meer terugschrikt Zullen Nina en Lena het overleven, en zal Sasja zijn geliefde ooit terugzien
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    About Anatoli Rybakov Aai Prins


    1. Anatoly Naumovich Rybakov Russian January 14, 1911 December 23, 1998 was a Soviet and Russian writer, the author of the anti Stalinist Children of the Arbat tetralogy, novel Heavy Sand, and many popular children books including Adventures of Krosh, Dirk, Bronze Bird, etc One of the last of his works was his memoir The Novel of Memoirs telling about all the different people from Stalin and Yeltsin, to Okudzhava and Tendryakov he met during his long life Writer Maria Rybakova is his granddaughter.


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    1. Anatoli Rybakov s Arbat Trilogy is probably the most detailed look at Stalin s Purges and the Great Patriotic War World War Two that followed immediately upon its heels I have now read all three volumes Children of the Arbat, Fear, and Dust and Ashes I find them to be probably the most sustained look at a society that is both fearful of being caught up in the NKVD s meshes and yet determined to last through the horrors that await them This is not a series for people who like neat, happy endings [...]

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    2. One of best books I read this year I would compare it with Ken Follett Fall of Giants and Winter of the world , but Rybakov managed to show all tragedies of 20th century much deeper and colorful If you like Follett, you must read all three Rybakov s books After these books you will understand Russians better and you will start respect them .

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    3. I read a review about Children of the Arbat trilogy on New York Times.It reads as follows Depicting Stalin has proved a problem for Russian writers The portraits tend to be distorted by hostility Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn s portrait in The First Circle or are rendered with grotesque comedy by writers like Vladimir Voinovich or Andrei Sinyavsky, who get closer to Stalin s madness but miss the man Mr Rybakov s Stalin realistic, believable when on the stage of history especially good when kibitzing wi [...]

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    4. The final part of a trilogy, this novel moves from near the end of Stalin s Great Terror, through to the turning point of the Great Patriotic War, focusing on Sasha Pankratov, the rounded hero who needs to prove himself after political problems in the late 1930s, in a sweeping saga with a rather clich d troubled romance It s stilted and a little too leisurely paced in places but the background events are enough to carry the narrative.

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    6. Arbati laste triloogia viimane osa Nukker ja melanhoolne, paljud surevad hel v i teisel viisil Lena Budjagina saatus oli udne, Sa a Pankratovi ja Varja Ivanova traagiline l pp oli ka htlasi kogu triloogia l pp Tegelikult olid romaani teise poole lumes sumpamised ja autologude putitamised natuke t tud, seevastu maailmaajaloo geniaalseima strateegi ja v ejuhi Stalini vene rahvale k mneid miljoneid inimelusid maksma l inud perssekukkunud juhtimisman vrid panid kahetsema, et vastaspoolel oli ainult [...]

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    7. I picked up Children of the Arbat off the shelf at a library I used to work at for no other reason than an interest in Russian literature and the name Rybakov stood out I was amazed by it and it s only many years later that I got around to the last two books of the trilogy Finally finished them What I love most about the series, and Dust and Ashes, is that while the books are largely historical, Rybakov always keeps the focus on the characters experiences with amazing richness and depth The nove [...]

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    8. The first part of the trilogy was, for me, the best as it gave me some new insights into growing up under the new communist state.Book 2 was a but turgid and didn t add much to the terror of Stalin s purges.In book three Dust Ashes Rybakov picks up the pace again Whilst the whistle stop tour of the late 30 s to 1943 rehashes a lot of well known history, it is the observation of the Russian character during the great patriotic war which is interesting.Ultimately a story of unrequited love there c [...]

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    10. I quite enjoyed the whole Tetralogy, getting to know the characters over the period of the time Anyone interested in how political terror and distortion of very day life should read those books The fourth book takes us into the WWII and brilliantly showcases the struggle of russian army, decimated by Stalin s purge And yet life goes on, the struggle of every day people is uplifting we truly live nowadays in the days of entitlement in the most developed countries that is I was touched by these bo [...]

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    11. The final book of the Trilogy, ending in 1943 in Russia under the rule of Stalin I also read the 2nd book, Fear which I do not see listed here The author was a youth of about the same age and neighborhood as the youth in the books, had been sent to exile, as did Sasha His life, however, took a different turn as an adult than did the fictional character.

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    12. Dernier tome de la trilogie des Enfants de l Arbat apr s le premier roman ponyme puis La Peur et enfin celui ci Cendres et poussi res extraordinaire roman courant sur plus de 20 ans et qui raconte l histoire d une bande de copains tous issus de l Arbat quartier de Moscou dans la pire p riode de l histoire de la Russie sovi tique Un must du niveau de la Saga Moscovite d Axionov.

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    13. The culmination of World War II, the Stalinist purges, and the lives of the Children of the Arbat Admist the military history and political goings on, there was a lot of heartache and tragedy over what spread so many childhood friends apart I must say, the ending really made the story for me.

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    14. Year 1937 can always come back If you are careless enough

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    15. aden cz owiek na wiecie tak doskonale nie pokaza jak wielkim idiot by Stalin oraz jak wielkim narodem ten idiota dowodzi Rybakow to totalny top rosyjskich pisarzy.

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    16. A heartbreaking story that is Russian to the bones Reminiscent of Dr Zhivago.

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    17. Concluding volume Riveting reading.

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