|Register On Nairaland / LOGIN! / Trending / Recent / New|
Stats: 2,931,681 members, 7,089,727 topics. Date: Tuesday, 27 September 2022 at 08:52 AM
|All Russian Literature Fans Where Una Dey by initiator(m): 12:26am On Jul 19, 2007|
Good lawd there must be something about these russians and the way their writings can probe the psychological process. They're deep, deep, very so.
I've not read much. The only 2 slavonic writers i'v read are
Crime and punishment - Fyodoor Dostoyevsky
War and Peace - leo tolstoy
and i was enwrapped.
|Re: All Russian Literature Fans Where Una Dey by nuttyproff(m): 12:39am On Jul 19, 2007|
get a life russian books i've read are messed up amature writtings; try some good old forsythe, or king or even daniel steele if u must though i wuld not recomend him
|Re: All Russian Literature Fans Where Una Dey by initiator(m): 11:18am On Jul 19, 2007|
you this bozo knows nothing about russian literature. If u had nothing to say just shut up!
Most of russian lit are classics written in the 18 - 19 century and u talking of daniel steel.
Am allergic to people talking rubbish.
|Re: All Russian Literature Fans Where Una Dey by SMC(f): 6:30pm On Jul 19, 2007|
"Daniel Steel" is actually Danielle Steel and she is a woman not a man.
|Re: All Russian Literature Fans Where Una Dey by initiator(m): 7:14pm On Jul 19, 2007|
Dont mind the wannabe well read.
|Re: All Russian Literature Fans Where Una Dey by Orikinla(m): 1:37am On Jul 20, 2007|
One swallow does not make a summer.
I hope you have read Russian Literature, heart and soul and not extracts?
|Re: All Russian Literature Fans Where Una Dey by curlyS(f): 11:17am On Apr 08, 2008|
if anybody still interestinbout Russian Literature,pls u r wlc to ask me anything bout it!
|Re: All Russian Literature Fans Where Una Dey by mi3(f): 6:02am On Oct 12, 2008|
rotflmao, gosh i can't stand when people open their mouths and ignorance pours out, King as in Stephen? Danielle Steele? if you don't know what people are talking about, respect yourself, keep quiet and move on!, and if you thought the Russian Lit you read was messed up and amature? you've only managed to insult yourself and declare to the world your inability to grasp the concept of what was written, lol, Stephen King, Like comparing Archie Comics to Shakespeare,
On the issue of Russian Lit though, i'm currently reading "The Idiot" by Dostoyevski, and have crime and punishment lined up, and have read some of Chehov's work too, deep ish o! them Russians, all psychological and ish
|Re: All Russian Literature Fans Where Una Dey by candide(f): 5:25am On Oct 15, 2008|
"The Master and the Margarita" by Mikhail Bulgakov is a awesome, Devil visits Soviet Union,
Saw a great stage production of Gogol's short story "The Overcoat" recently too, love it.
|Re: All Russian Literature Fans Where Una Dey by mi3(f): 7:14pm On Mar 14, 2010|
omgosshhh! i am fascinated with that book! saw a really good stage production of it last year, and got the book to read- in Russian, which is why it still has "waiting to be read" status, i want to savour it! buh that book makes more sense to me every day, i want to read it when i'm "ready" for it.
Gogol is fab too, dead souls is a good one
aaand Anton Chekov, who has an uber unique way of writing!
|Re: All Russian Literature Fans Where Una Dey by boros1124: 1:38pm On Jan 18, 2011|
I think the best: The death of racehorse
|Re: All Russian Literature Fans Where Una Dey by PhysicsMHD(m): 4:57am On Jan 21, 2011|
Russian literature is amazing. Pushkin, Turgenev, Tolstoy, Goncharov, Lermontov, Bulgakov, and of course, the Master of St. Petersburg himself, Fyodor Dostoevsky.
Good to see that you've started on Dostoevsky. Don't forget to read "Notes from Underground." That's the genesis of his genius right there. The Gambler is less deep (slightly shallow) but very dramatic and electrifying a read.
House of the Dead is well written and very interesting and insightful, though not as dramatic.
Also, his short stories are masterful, not only his novels. Check out "White Nights" "The Dream of A Ridiculous Man" and "A Nasty Story"
Then of course, the greatest book you will read by him, and rivaled only by Tolstoy's War and Peace, is The Brothers Karamazov. Truly an astounding piece of art right there.
|Re: All Russian Literature Fans Where Una Dey by Jenifa1: 5:03am On Jan 21, 2011|
I quit this book a few pages into it. didn't seem interesting to me.
but it's so short I should have just sucked it up and finished it. lol compared to his other humongous books. but the interesting aspect is that once you finish the book, you wish it shouldn't have ended because you want more!! lol
currently I have war and peace and anna karenina on my reading list for the future when I have free time.
|Re: All Russian Literature Fans Where Una Dey by Nobody: 5:20am On Jan 21, 2011|
the airhead thinking that Danielle Steel makes for better reading than Tolstoy
Read both 'War and Peace' and 'Anna Karennina' in my school days when i was still a romantic. God how i loved the classics . Have done little of that kind of reading for years now, but after seeing 'The Reader' i'm going to have to read Anton Chekhov.
"the talk was that a new face had appeared on the promenade. A lady with a little dog, "
|Re: All Russian Literature Fans Where Una Dey by MadMax1(f): 11:23am On Jan 28, 2011|
Crime and punishment was unforgettable in that he somehow gets you in the murderer's head, thinking his thoughts and feeling his feelings, and you become implicated in everything that student does; if he gets caught, you get caught. Genius. Terrified that success would ruin his gift Doestoevsky would deliberately waste his earnings and, poor and desperate again, begin another book. As for the The Brothers Karamazov, there are no words. One worries that translators don't render these masterful books exactly, giving one a second-hand experience inferior to the material in its original Russian. I read English translations of D.O Fagunwa books and they didn't do justice to the fantastic poetry and beauty and brilliance of the books in the original language.
|Sections: politics (1) business autos (1) jobs (1) career education (1) romance computers phones travel sports fashion health |
religion celebs tv-movies music-radio literature webmasters programming techmarket
Nairaland - Copyright © 2005 - 2022 Oluwaseun Osewa. All rights reserved. See How To Advertise. 75