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Писателите могат да бъдат обвинявани в безпристрастност Както и художниците и инженерите Но да се обвинява литературата в нещо такова е абсолютно безмислено Творчеството е божествен дар Дар на свободата А нравствените з?. Why I read this book Some time ago arte a German French tv channel had a show named reading horizons or Lesehorizonte in German There famous and upcoming authors of different European capitals or countries all over the world were introduced For example there were shows about authors in Lisbon Moscow and Prague as well as about Egypt Haiti and South Africa I watched the one about Moscow where I was introduced to author Ljudmila Ulitzkaja who read some passages out of Ergebenst euer SchurikSchurik is a young man who grew up with his mother and grandmother That's why he became a sensitive young man who knew about the wishes and needs of women Schurik entertains a lot of affairs with lots of different women for whom he mainly feels pity He identifies this special feeling pity to be his strongest feeling for every woman But he the modern Anti Don Juan can't resist the seduction of all those women be they crippled depressive lonely or a man eater His first love Lilja fled Moscow at age 18 Schurik often compares his love affairs to the pure one he had with Lilja He lives his unliberated life but when his 30th birthday arrives Lilja is to visit Moscow and Schurik After one day Lilja leaves for Tokyo Her opinion about Schurik and what he made out of his live is shattering She only feels pity for himI very much liked that I was able to vividly picture Moscow and the life one has there It's not all love and light and laughter The family has to face some serious problems when the resolute grandmother dies who always took care of everything I was also amazed at how many different female characters the author was able to bring to life Although it were about ten women I never wondered like which one was that againThe book never had so much a point than to tell a life's story I liked Schurik because he cared about women but his problem was that it was like a duty than a passion and that's why I felt sorry for him he was just utilized and didn't even know It's not like the women didn't need him but they only needed him to polish their ego or because they believed he could make them healthy or because they were lonely They never needed him because he was SchurikThe book is worth its 4 stars 永遠の0 [Eien No Zero] example there were shows about authors in Lisbon Moscow and Prague as well as about Egypt Haiti and South Africa I watched the one about Moscow where I was introduced to author Ljudmila Ulitzkaja who read some passages out of Ergebenst Broken Flowers: And Other Stairways to Heaven euer SchurikSchurik is a young man who grew up with his mother and grandmother That's why he became a sensitive young man who knew about the wishes and needs of women Schurik Niedźwiedź w cieniu smoka entertains a lot of affairs with lots of different women for whom he mainly feels pity He identifies this special feeling pity to be his strongest feeling for Wretched Chastity every woman But he the modern Anti Don Juan can't resist the seduction of all those women be they crippled depressive lonely or a man Leading Snowflakes eater His first love Lilja fled Moscow at age 18 Schurik often compares his love affairs to the pure one he had with Lilja He lives his unliberated life but when his 30th birthday arrives Lilja is to visit Moscow and Schurik After one day Lilja leaves for Tokyo Her opinion about Schurik and what he made out of his live is shattering She only feels pity for himI very much liked that I was able to vividly picture Moscow and the life one has there It's not all love and light and laughter The family has to face some serious problems when the resolute grandmother dies who always took care of Fuehrer Directives and Other Top-Level Directives of the German Armed Forces 1942-1945: Hitler's Directives everything I was also amazed at how many different female characters the author was able to bring to life Although it were about ten women I never wondered like which one was that againThe book never had so much a point than to tell a life's story I liked Schurik because he cared about women but his problem was that it was like a duty than a passion and that's why I felt sorry for him he was just utilized and didn't Doxycycline: The Doctors Recommended Antibiotics Solution for Treating Infections caused by Bacterial such as Acne, Chlamydia, Lyme, Chest Infection, Malaria and STI’s Fast and Effectively even know It's not like the women didn't need him but they only needed him to polish their The Invisible Bridge ego or because they believed he could make them healthy or because they were lonely They never needed him because he was SchurikThe book is worth its 4 stars

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Good and interesting book keeps the reader wanting to know what will happen next I mean it is not boring neither stupid Informative in a way Lets you see that the life in the Soviet Union in the seventies even before was pretty normal for those outside the horizon of the hawkish eye of the Communist Party Of course presence of the powerful regime is felt in the book Mostly in the Enriue episode in the topic of shared appartments actually stolen from real owners and subject of endless manipulations in the subtle hints at the powerful bosses whose power is derived from political positions even at such sublime places as Bolshoy theatre Why three stars then Because the novel looks to me as the loosely knitted series of stories where very interesting heroes suddenly disappear with the not to well grounded explanations For example I missed Shurik's father very much he disappeared very early in the novel Maria too She was very important for many pages in the last third of the book but then suddenly we hear almost nothing about her after her departure abroad Matilda disappeared too uietly to the countryside but somehow it was not enough explained for meshe was pretty much attached to Shurik had important and satisfying job I don't think she would so easily abandon Moscow But we are not informed about her thoughts Just like we are not informed how is that Alya so suddenly stopped loving Shurik decided to marry and break any contact with Shurik and his mother a woman she admired At the end it could be said that I enjoyed the book because it is written very fluently and craftfully with many well rounded characters and episodes but the whole structure of the novel lacks a bit at the side of coherence and firmness Similarly the so called message of the book is not too clear The message to the reader is suggested with the short diary entry Lilya writes in the plane on her way to Tokyo but somehow it strikes us as something arbitraty something at what we were not prepared during the novel I don't want to say that I am unsatisfied with the ending uncapable of accepting it or that I am not prepared at the openness of the interpretations of Shurik's actual behaviour I just want to say that I would like that it was discussed much earlier with which would be easier to grasp what was the writer hinting at with the whole book if himieher was hinting at anything Of course writers do not have duty to explain themselves and their books but most of them find it very important to express their point of view of course by the artistic means perhaps through the eyes of other protagonists their thoughts during theprocess of writing This is not the case here and that is the reason I find this book somehow staying suspended somewhere in the air without final conclusion or it could be said without closure Estructura Economica Mundial (Spanish Edition) even before was pretty normal for those outside the horizon of the hawkish ほんと野獣 7 [Honto Yajuu 7] eye of the Communist Party Of course presence of the powerful regime is felt in the book Mostly in the Enriue Chopin: Mazurkas for the Piano, Complete, Alfred Masterwork Edition, Practical Performing Edition episode in the topic of shared appartments actually stolen from real owners and subject of Scalped, Vol. 6: The Gnawing endless manipulations in the subtle hints at the powerful bosses whose power is derived from political positions Abuse of Power - 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ложена на големи изпитания и дълбоки промени От човека се иска наново да решава въпроси които на нашите предшественици са изглеждали напълно решени Моите романи не са рецепти а покани да се вгледаме в животаЛюдмила Улицка. Lyudmila Ulitskaya is the only one writer who helps me to believe that the great Russian literature could be back in the near future Her way of writing makes me feel like one of the hero her stories are extremely realistic I suppose Shurik is one of the best book I have read I can reread this book over and over and it can't make me feel bored ASIA 16 - ASEAN10 6Countries - Comparison Report 2016-2017 - Japan South Korea China Taiwan Hong Kong Macau Philippines Vietnam Cambodia Laos Myanmar ... Singapore Indonesia - (Japanese Edition) extremely realistic I suppose Shurik is one of the best book I have read I can reread this book over and over and it can't make me feel bored