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    Something About Pushkin It s hard to say something about Pushkin to a person who doesn t know anything about him Pushkin is a great poet Napoleon is not as great as Pushkin Bismarck compared to Pushkin is a nobody And the Alexanders, First, Second and Third, are just little kids compared to Pushkin In fact, compared to Pushkin, all people are little kids, except Gogol Compared to him, Pushkin is a little kid And so, instead of writing about Pushkin, I would rather write about Gogol Although, Gogol is so great that not a thing can be written about him, so I ll write about Pushkin after all Yet, after Gogol, it s a shame to have to write about Pushkin But you can t write anything about Gogol So I d rather not write anything about anyone Daniil Kharms, Today I Wrote Nothing The Selected Writings, 1936.No writer in the world, not even Shakespeare or Goethe, has ever been venerated in his homeland than Alexander Sergeyevich Pushkin, Russia s mythic national bard, proclaimed in unison by the Russians their all , their Genius, their divinity, the soul or spirit of Russia, and Art incarnate Even the Soviets acknowledged his unique and godlike status, exploiting the Pushkin cult during the height of the purges, mirroring Stalin s cult of personality At the 1937 Jubilee Pushkin was made a representative Soviet hero just has Dostoevsky in his famous speech has made him the ultimate Russian prophet in 1880, at the unveiling of the Pushkin monument in Moscow While one hero after another has toppled in Post Communist Russia, Pushkin has withstood all the vicissitudes of Russian regime changes, to emerge intact Growing sideburns in Russia, all the rage in the 19th Century, is nowadays still immediately associated with trying to imitate the poet Turning and to prose after 1830, Pushkin wrote the concise historical novel The Captain s Daughter, the only novel he finished, published two months before his tragic death in 1836 Unlike his poetry, Pushkin s prose didn t resonate much with the wider audience at the time Blending a style averse from prolixity or frippery, playing with literary conventions and genres, his prose didn t fit the conventional taste of his time But his prose deeply impressed the literati following in his footsteps Gogol, Turgenev, Chekhov, Gorky, Nabokov At the end of his life, Tolstoy preferred Pushkin the prosaist above Pushkin the poet The main thing in him is the simplicity and terseness of the narrative there is never anything superfluous Pushkin is amazing because it is impossible to change a single word in his writings And not only is it impossible to take away a word, but it is impossible to add one The captain s daughter was Chekhov s favorite According to Gogol, Pushkin s friend and prot g In comparison with The Captain s daughter, all our novels and tales are like saccharine mush Purity and lack of artifice rise to such a high degree in it that reality itself seems artificial and a caricature next to it Dostoevsky praised the naturalness of his prose Dealing with the most important paroxysm of popular fury known in Russian history, the Soviets valued The Captain s Daughter for its realism and apparent class consciousness The obligated romance and quarrelling about Masha, the daughter of the officer mentioned in the title of the novel, occurs like a fairytale subplot, a vehicle to highlight two antagonist characters the narrator, the na ve and noble poet hero Pyotr Grinyov, and the archetypical disloyal villain, Shvabrin In fact, they look like anemic schoolboys compared to Puskhin s vivid portrayal of the real protagonist of the story, the Don Cossack Yemelyan Pugachev, the leader of the most widespread and serious popular revolt under Catherine the Great in the years 1773 1775 Pushkin put a lot of effort in his research on the resurrection, studying state archives and travelling to Orenburg to interview witnesses The bloodshed and savagery on both sides aren t sugarcoated Pushkin s nonchalant observations on tsarist mutilation punishments like nose cutting and the slaughtering and hanging of officers by the rebels left me shivering Unlike his image in official history, Pugachev himself however is not depicted as a monster Pushkin accredits him with human traits, painting vibrantly his boisterous bravura, casual cruelty and boasting vanity as well as his camaraderie, magnanimity and simple generosity Unless his latent sympathy for his fictitious Pugachev, Pushkin, the nobleman of six hundred year old lineage , clearly rejects the insurrection God save us from seeing a Russian revolt, senseless and merciless Those who plot impossible upheavals among us, are either young and do not know our people, or are hard hearted men who do not care a straw either about their own lives or those of others.Having a soft spot for the Russian classics ever since my youth, I was enchanted when reading Pushkin s verse novel Eugene Onegin years ago and mesmerized by the eponymous opera by Tchaikovsky The Captain s Daughter is the kind of novel I turn to when longing for homecoming, for charm, equivalent to a beam of sunlight, a treat I loved the dynamic vitality of the language, the compelling and powerful story, the playfulness, and was intrigued by the picaresque complexity of Pugachev s personality and this part of Russian history Thank you so much, Florencia, for reminding me of this gem.


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    Kapitanskaya dochka The Captain s Daughter, Alexander PushkinThe Captain s Daughter Russian , Kapitanskaya dochka is an historical novel by the Russian writer Alexander Pushkin It was first published in 1836 in the fourth issue of the literary journal Sovremennik The novel is a romanticized account of Pugachev s Rebellion in 1773 1774 Pyotr Andreyich Grinyov is the only surviving child of a retired army officer When Pyotr turns 17, his father sends him into military service in Orenburg En route Pyotr gets lost in a blizzard, but is rescued by a mysterious man As a token of his gratitude, Pyotr gives the guide his hareskin coat.Arriving in Orenburg, Pyotr reports to his commanding officer and is assigned to serve at Fort Belogorsky under captain Ivan Mironov The fort is little than a fence around a village, and the captain s wife Vasilisa is really in charge Pyotr befriends his fellow officer Shvabrin, who has been banished here after a duel resulted in the death of his opponent When Pyotr dines with the Mironov family, he meets their daughter Masha and falls in love with her This causes a rift between Pyotr and Shvabrin, who has been turned down by Masha When Shvabrin insults Masha s honor, Pyotr and Shvabrin duel and Pyotr is injured Pyotr asks his father s consent to marry Masha, but is refused 1972 1310 1363 1369 .


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    I am familiar with Pushkin s writing And whereas I prefer Pushkin the Poet, I can say with absolute certainty that, in fact, I enjoyed this novella but for other somewhat unexpected reasons I found the plot so enthralling that I could not put this book down Historical facts and pure fiction are interwoven as a single reality which eventually prompted me to read about Russian history in order to comprehend the political and social background and Pushkin s points of view on them.The context of this story revolves around the rebellion led by Yemelyan Ivanovich Pugachev, a man who claimed to be Tsar Peter III and consequently established an alternative government during 1773 and 1775 actually, until late 1774, Pugachev was executed in January 1775 well, if you come up with the smart idea of impersonating an emperor, sparking off one of the largest peasant revolts in the history of your country, expect no colorful parade in your honor I will abstain from revealing much details my Anna Karenina review is reaching astronomical proportions and I think that s going to be painful enough I wouldn t want to put the entire world to sleep that would be awkward, and terribly exhausting, but it may happen , so in the spirit of a quick review I must say that the characters have been decently developed I felt some sort of ambivalence towards them and some are, to put it mildly, despicable and exemplify the recurrent thought that almost nothing is done altruistically The writing seems to be focused on the description of events rather than the characters psyche, something that gave me Iceberg City flashbacks But the lyrical tone that defines Pushkin s style was still present.The main character is Pyotr Andreyich Grinyov, a young man whose father sends him into military service with his old servant because, according to him, it is time he starts acting like a man and hard work is the way to accomplish that.A blizzard, a chance meeting, a woman, obviously a duel, naturally, and a great opportunity to dive into Pushkin s writing and Russian history.Mar 21, 16 Also on my blog.


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