Prawiek i inne czasy Od lat porusza czytelnik w na ca ym wiecie Jedna z najpoczytniejszych i najg o niejszych wsp czesnych polskich powie ci prze o ona na ponad dwadzie cia j zyk w Prawiek wie po o ona w centrum Polski t

  • Title: Prawiek i inne czasy
  • Author: Olga Tokarczuk
  • ISBN: 9788361174813
  • Page: 439
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Od lat porusza czytelnik w na ca ym wiecie Jedna z najpoczytniejszych i najg o niejszych wsp czesnych polskich powie ci, prze o ona na ponad dwadzie cia j zyk w.Prawiek wie po o ona w centrum Polski tutaj codzienno splata si z niezwyk o ci , rzeczywisto z mitem, a powszednie ycie jest wa niejsze od wielkich wydarze W burzliwych latach XX wieku kilka pokole Od lat porusza czytelnik w na ca ym wiecie Jedna z najpoczytniejszych i najg o niejszych wsp czesnych polskich powie ci, prze o ona na ponad dwadzie cia j zyk w.Prawiek wie po o ona w centrum Polski tutaj codzienno splata si z niezwyk o ci , rzeczywisto z mitem, a powszednie ycie jest wa niejsze od wielkich wydarze W burzliwych latach XX wieku kilka pokole kilku rodzin mieszkaj cych w Prawieku walczy o swoje szcz cie i przysz o Ich losy uk adaj si w uniwersaln opowie o czasie, przemijaniu i ludzkim losie Prawiek i inne czasy to znakomite dzie o o rzadko dzi spotykanej randze i g bi The Prague Post Tokarczuk ze skrawk w realnej historii buduje mit, to jest histori przenikni t adem, gdzie wszystkie wydarzenia, tak e te tragiczne i z e, maj swoje uzasadnienie Przestrze zorganizowana jest na podobie stwo mandali ko a wpisanego w kwadrat, b d cego geometrycznym wyobra eniem doskona o ci i pe ni Jerzy Sosnowski, Gazeta Wyborcza W tej napisanej z rozmachem powie ci Olga Tokarczuk wykorzystuje tradycj magicznego realizmu do kreacji wiata, kt ry jest przesi kni ty dawnymi mitami tak samo mocno jak jest zakorzeniony w tera niejszo ci Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung

    Olga Tokarczuk Olga Tokarczuk t kart uk born January is a Polish writer, activist, and public intellectual who has been described as one of the most critically acclaimed and commercially successful authors of her generation. Olga Tokarczuk , wolna encyklopedia yciorys Olga Tokarczuk wychowa a si w Sulechowie, nast pnie przenios a si z rodzicami do Kietrza, gdzie uko czy a Liceum Oglnokszta c ce im C.K Norwida Uko czy a psychologi na Ciemno, prawie noc , wolna encyklopedia Ciemno, prawie noc powie Joanny Bator opublikowana w roku Utwr nawi zuje gatunkowo do powie ci kryminalnej, powie ci psychologicznej, powie ci gotyckiej i horroru Powie zosta a w roku nagrodzona Nagrod literack Nike, otrzyma a te przyznawan przez TVP Kultura nagrod Gwarancji Kultury w kategorii Books Literature Archive of Our Own An Archive of Our Own, a project of the Organization for Transformative Works

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      Olga Tokarczuk born 29 January 1962 in Sulech w near Zielona G ra, Poland is one of the most critically acclaimed and commercially successful Polish writers of her generation, particularly noted for the hallmark mythical tone of her writing.

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    1. Харесва ми. Павичов привкус. Богата чувствителност и прецизен, любящ език към нея. Токарчук взема един широк отрязък от полската история - няколко от най-травматичните десетилетия на бездруго безумния ХХ в. - и го разказва през премеждията на също широка група хора, която съ [...]


    2. This is an intriguingly unusual book, and not one I feel I understood well enough to review adequately. It is an allegorical modern fairy tale set in a Polish village as it is subjected to the vagaries of twentieth century history. Tokarczuk's vision has a creator God at its centre, but one who has lost much of his power, and the whole thing is suffused with a rather surreal folklorish atmosphere.


    3. Точно такова писане харесвам. Богат и вълшебен стил в сравнение с „обикновеното” разказване. А усещането не е много по-различно от това за необятната Русия – нали и Полша е огромна и северна, с драматична история – може би има основания за общо усещане.Изобщо не се изненад [...]


    4. This is not a history of countries and governments, nor of generals and presidents. Rather, it is stories of people, just people: Pawel, Misia, Ivan Mutka, Michal, Izydor, Cornspike. And is about time, or Times, the Times of these people; the generations and the moments. It is a story of a town, Primeval, something from long ago that sways in the winds of history. We see the larger, newspaper headlines subtly: a forest from which soldiers do not return (Katyn); a red and white flag fluttering (S [...]



    5. Опиянена съм от тази книга, много, много ми хареса. Любими герои : Клоска, Изидор, Рута и Миша . Много ми беше уютно в дома на Миша, приятно ми миришеше на загоряла супа или мляко, гостоприемна и добра.В последната част нещо ме пренесе в къщата на моите починали баба и дядо, нещо [...]


    6. This is the best magical realism I read since the One Hundred Years of Solitude. Nothing else to add. End of review.


    7. By the author:I turned on the TV Sunday afternoon, and the more the night drew on, the more I heard words like nation, victim, mystical coincidence, sign, accursed place, true patriotism, Katyn, truth. Politicians who only a few days ago were at each other’s throats are now speaking, in trembling voices, of “deep meaning” and “the metaphysics of Katyn.” Not much more than 20 years ago, some of these same people suppressed the truth about the deaths at Katyn to follow the Communist Part [...]


    8. Там, където дните следват своя тих ход и увличат със себе си хора, надежди и къщи, аз откривам, че съществува понятието "магически битовизъм".


    9. Cartea asta e o clepsidră. În universul ei închis, timpul se măsoară prin scurgerea oamenilor, a caselor, a miracolelor. Fiecare are povestea lui, în acelaşi timp independentă şi întreţesută cu toate celelalte poveşti aflate în timp sau dincolo de el.Cartea asta m-a privit în ochi, mi-a văzut sufletul şi mi-a dăruit o scoică pe care s-o duc uneori la ureche şi să ascult cum vălureşte viaţa.Mulţumesc.


    10. This is an amazing book. One of the best I've read this year; maybe one of the best I've read in the past decade. The way each little section (each of which is the "Time of . . . " someone or something) stands alone and yet builds into a shimmering whole is masterful, and broad in scope, as Tokarczuk depicts the 20th century and all its flawed glories through the lens of a single, small Polish town. Eventually I'm going to write a longer, more serious review of this . . . It's a pretty mesmerizi [...]


    11. I’d never heard of this writer, but the blurb on the back cover seemed very interesting to me. This turned out to be a very good book. The writing at times was of the five-start brilliant type. It’s been quite a while since I read a fiction of this quality. The story happens in a small, imaginary village in the middle of nowhere in Poland, and spans over the most part of the 20th century. But you quickly realize that the story is not particular to this fictional village in Poland. It’s abo [...]


    12. Изящен текст, прекрасен и фин.Нищо не настоява, на нищо не учи, само разказва история. И историческа история, и човешка. Захлупва село в преспапие и при разклащането му ту сняг се завихря, ту ябълков цвят, ту хората се завъртат, ту облаци минават ( ту крави в тръсТ). Толкова лесн [...]


    13. Very intense and involving. Disturbing also. Poetic without being precious. Hard realities throughout, while set in a quasi-mythic setting and language. Very much worth reading. Bought her only other title in english (at the time) based on this book.I reviewed this book for RCF a few years ago, but Dalkey no longer houses the reviews in an easy-to-find way. But another site --readperiodicals/201007-- has the full text.


    14. Z początku myślałem, że nie zażre, ale jednak zażarło. Że nie zażre - bo jednak realizm magiczny to raczej nie dla mnie, i rzeczywiście są miejsca, gdzie opisywane w ten sposób uniwersalne prawdy o świecie ocierają się o banał czy kicz. Ale to już chyba taka uroda konwencji. Bo więcej tu jednak piękna, czasami wręcz niesamowitego, a jako sposób opowiedzenia o XX wieku sprawdza się to i porusza. Nie można nie docenić posplatanej konstrukcji, a przede wszystkim języka.


    15. "Pamtivek je mesto u središtu vaseljene." Tako počinje roman "Pamtivek i druga dobra", poljske književnice Olge Tokarčuk. Pamtivek je mali grad u Poljskoj, okružen sa dvije rijeke (Tamnavom i Belanicom), koji na svakoj strani svijeta štiti po jedan anđeo. Knjiga prati sudbinu nekoliko ljudi iz Pamtiveka. Međutim, u ovoj knjizi sve ima svoju priču. Zanjihane krošnje drveća, jabuke, srebrnasti micelijum, čudnovate i opasne igre u kojima se na kraju zagubi sam igrač, naizgled bezazleni [...]


    16. Хората — които самите са всъщност процес — се боят от това, което е непостоянно и винаги променливо, затова са измислили нещо, което не съществува — непроменливостта, и са сметнали, че това, което е вечно и непроменливо, е съвършено. Затова приписали на Бог непроменливост. И [...]


    17. Книга-епопея, написана с цветист и жив език, който те кара да се вглъбиш и попиваш всяка една дума. В "Правек" няма нищо спестено, нито излишно. Всичко е на мястото си, дори и Бог!


    18. Primeval is a mythical village in the heart of the forest with an array of strange and unusual inhabitants. It was well written and I wanted to like it so much, but as soon as I read about the white river and the black river, I realized I was reading an allegory and my head began to ache. I’m not wholly sure why I get little pleasure reading allegories. Maybe it is because the author is taking me on a journey and asking me to work hard to see what each thing means when I prefer to make my own [...]


    19. I wish there was a half star to add to my rating to place it above other three star books. I more than liked it, but I didn't think it was up there with my four star reads. I may need to rethink this entire process, because my five star books are at a level where I feel that it is almost presumptuous of me to even give a rating. Who am I to rate Homer or Dante? Oh well, enough whining! Unless I enter into the magical realism of the village of Primeval, I will have to face the reality that presen [...]


    20. Very much in the style of Knut Hamsun's Growth of the Soil, Primeval chronicles the lives of a dozen or so characters living in a sort of post-war agrarian wasteland. The most remarkable aspect, aside from the gorgeous prose, is the fine balance Tokarczuk manages to find between spirituality and cynicism. These characters all seem to lead pretty dismal lives, but depending on the chapter, these are either described as somehow part of God's divine plan or proof of his hatred or indifference towar [...]


    21. Myslím si, že román Pravek a iné časy je prózou, ktorú by sme na základe charakteristických znakov mohli žánrovo zaradiť do magického realizmu, keby však zároveň z tejto škatuľky nevybočoval svojou časovo-priestorovou lokalizáciou.Táto jeho výnimočnosť je zároveň aj jeho paradoxom, pretože hoci román dojíma čitateľov na celom svete, je podľa mňa pochopiteľný skôr pre človeka žijúceho v strednej alebo východnej Európe. Aj preto tento román vrelo odporú [...]


    22. Книгата много ми допадна. Както спокойно си бях потънала във вълшебния свят на това селце и приказните му герои, изведнъж разказите за войната ме отрезвиха. Женските образи са много силни, лъха уют и топлина от тях. Авторката пише с уникален стил, поетично и красиво, за неумо [...]


    23. Opsykologisk, allegorisk och mytisk. De korta kapitlen läses som prosadikter och över detta finns en tematik som nästan obemärkt håller samman historien. Vissa formuleringar i boken är så välskrivna att en stannar upp, men de känns aldrig som malplacerade aforismer.Hade väldigt höga förväntningar på denna, och känner att de allra flesta infriades.


    24. Тази книга стреля от упор.(view spoiler)[— Не ходи в селото, защото ще си създадеш грижи — казваше Клоска на дъщеря си. — Понякога си мисля, че всички там са пияни — такива натежали и бавни. Оживяват се само тогава, когато се случва нещо лошо. (hide spoiler)](view spoiler)[— Ще има война — казваш [...]


    25. accidentally deleted, so by memory: magical realism of polish town throughout 20th C. had it as favouritefiction


    26. One of the joys of journeying through the world of literature in translation is the discovery of independent small publishers, their simple love of translating and promoting works from their niche areas ensuring quality products, not only in content but also presentation. One such publisher that I have latched onto this year is Twisted Spoon Press, an independent publisher based in Prague, which focuses on translating into English a variety of writing from Central and Eastern Europe. Their books [...]


    27. Обикновено мъдрите книги се отличават от останалите с мащаба на своя сюжет, с обема на разказаните истории, с необикновеността на героите. Само че онова, което прави една книга мъдра, всъщност е посланието, отпечатъкът, оставен у читателя. "Правек и други времена" на пръв пог [...]


    28. Occasionally brilliant and mostly good, this was really let down by frequent digressions of the "Have you ever thought about x this way? Wow! I'm so quirky and insightful" variety. They felt didactic, condescending and fake, and ultimately let the rest of an otherwise wonderful book down. I'm not sure how they were in the original Polish - and they may well have worked much better - but in English they seemed to fall flat.In saying that, the best moments - describing the experiences, thoughts, s [...]


    29. So this took a while, partly because this is a book without an exciting story line that pushes you forward. The story line here is just time and its passage, and the characters are various people who get caught up in it, and who get the joy of going through two wars and an occupation. The book also (and perhaps necessarily) features a lot of horrible men and death (partly due to time), and you get everyone's perspective. Including the perspective of plants. An interesting book, 3.5 stars!


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