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 Тарас Бульба L Canlar, Bir Delinin G Ncesi, Palto Ve M Fetti , Rus Edebiyat N N Babas Olarak Kabul Edilen Nikolay Vasilyevi Gogol N Ba Yap Tlar Ndand R Ama Taras Bulba N N Bu B Y K Ustan N Yap Tlar Aras Nda Ok Farkl Ve Zel Bir Yeri Vard R.G L Ve Yi It Taras Bulba Nderli Indeki Kazaklar N Polonyal Lara Kar Isyan N Ve Taras Bulba N N Iki O Lunun Yarg Lan N Konu Edinen Bu Tarihsel Yk , Ukrayna N N Kazak Gelenekleri Ve Zengin Halk K Lt R Yle Beslenerek Yeti En Gogol N, Ukrayna Ark Lar N N Sevin Ve H Zn Ne Duydu U Derin Sevginin, Kazaklar N Ge Mi Ine Duydu U Ba L L N R N D R.1835 Y L Nda Yay Nlanan Mirgorod Yk Leri Aras Nda Yer Alan Taras Bulba, Ayn Zamanda Yazar N 19 Y Zy L Rusya S N N Bask C Ortam Ndan Ge Mi E S N N N Bir Ifadesidir Nitekim, Bu Destans Yk N N Kahraman , Gogol N O Ok Iyi Tan D M Z B Rokratlar Ndan, Delilerinden Ve Sahtek Rlar Ndan Ok Farkl Bir Karakterdir.Ernest Hemingway In Bug Ne Kadar Yaz Lm En B Y K On Kitaptan Biri Olarak Niteledi I Taras Bulba Y , Mehmet Zg L N Rus A Asl Ndan Yapt Eviriyle Sunuyoruz.


10 thoughts on “ Тарас Бульба

  1. says:

    Taras Bulba, Nikolai GogolTaras Bulba Tar s B l ba is a romanticized historical novella by Nikolai Gogol It describes the life of an old Zaporozhian Cossack, Taras Bulba, and his two sons, Andriy and Ostap The sons study at the Kiev Academy and then return home, whereupon the three men set out on a jo...


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    Es tanta mi admiraci n por Nik lai G gol, que se me est n terminando los adjetivos calificativos Padre de las letras rusas junto a Alexandr Pushkin supo colocar a Rusia en un lugar privilegiado dentro de las letras universales cuando nadie miraba hacia esas fr as tierras eslavas Si bien naci y tuvo su comienzo literario en la peque a Rusia , como se denominaba a Ucrania, fue en San Petersburgo donde afianz su prestigio literario, en la segunda parte de su vida hasta su muerte.G gol es uno de esos escritores a los que yo considero todo terreno Extremadamente vers til y polifac tico supo escribir con maestr a en los distintos mbitos de la literatura como lo fueron la narrativa tradicional del cuento y la novela as tambi n como su incursi n en el teatro y en pocas ocasiones en la poes a.Su gran ductilidad a la hora de escribir historias logr que se instaurara la verdadera literatura moderna en Rusia y su modelo fue tomado por los grandes escritores que llegaron despu s como Fi dor Dostoievski su famosa frase Todos descendemos de El Capote de G gol es tan determinante como justa , Lev Tolst i, Iv n Turgu niev y Ant n Chejov, s lo por nombrar algunos.Sus obras se sucedieron r pidamente y todas fueron exitosas y perennes,...


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    I probably would have given it 4 stars instead of 3 if someone hadn t accidentally spoiled everything to me Okay so this book is an overflow of patriotism and I get it considering when it was written So yeah it wasn t my cup of tea but it was by Gogol so I had to read it It was a tragic story and the contrast between the characters was so excellently put. O...


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    This book is a classic example of the great gorge between the western and eastern mentality Most people from western countries have read this book for the sole purpose of elevating themselves culturally because it s considered one among st many of Russia s classic works So, when I see a review stating that they don t get it, or, the characters are barbaric, anti Semitic etc, I say of course you don t get it, you ve missed the point, you don t understand the context or historical significance How could you The book was written for the Russian audience to stir a sense of brotherhood and romanticism due to the suffering of past generations The characters portray antisemitism because this occurred hundreds of years before The Holocaust and it wasn t politically incorrect to have such views back then The human mind under those conditions didn t think about how the enlightened of the world would comment on his thought process Did this book have any influence on the tragic events that would follow I highly doubt it Would a book be considered less sociably acceptable today if it contained a bunch of rednecks being racist to the African american commun...


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    The Wild Fields was their name, the broad plains that stretched beyond the turbulent waters of the Dneiper River, those Central Ukrainian steppes that the Zaporozhian Cossacks once called home Now, however, if you go looking for those plains, you will find nothing but water, water trapped by the dams of the Kahkhova Reservoir.But in the 17th century, The Wild Fields were flowing with Cosssacks, running as dangerous and free as the rapids of the Dneiper Originally a people of the steppes, related to the Khazars, the Cossacks developed into a voluntary tribe accepting into their ranks runaway serfs, escaped criminals, war refugees, even a Tartar or two bound together by a bellicose nature, steadfast loyalty, and a fierce pride in their status as warriors and in the truth of their Greek Orthodox faith They battled against and occasionally for the Catholic kings of Poland, the tsars of Russia, and the khans of Crimea, showing themselves to be formidable enemies, dangerous allies.The protagonist of Taras Bulba is one of these Zaporozhian Cossacks, and the novella te...


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    Bug nk Ukrayna n n yerli halk n olu turan Slav topluluklar ndan Kazaklar n Kazak T rkleri yle ilgisi yoktur d nem ko ullar nda Leh Krall yla olan m cadelelerini halk kahraman sava Taras Bulba zerinden anlatan destans roman Asi ve sava olan Kazaklar, Rus destanlar nda ve bir ok romanda konu edilmi tir Gogol un daha nce okudu um kitaplar yla bi imsel ve i erik anlamda ok da ili kili olmayan, belki de kendisi de Ukrayna k kenli olan Gogol un yeti ti i k lt rden etkilenerek konu edindi i Taras Bulba y okurken Ya ar Kemal in destans romanlar n anmad m de il Ancak Gogol, Y.Kemal in aksine yo un pastoral anlat ma ve s k tekrarlara d m yor Destanlardaki klasik, y celtme, abartma, efsanele tirme y ntemleri elbette mevcut ancak Leh topluluklar na kar kimi zaman rk l a ka an sat rlar okurken a rmad m de il Bir toplulu u y celtirken di erini yermek belki 19.yy edebiyat nda g ze arpan, rahats z edici bir o...


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    It is fascinating to observe the response of Western readers to Gogol s epic Taras Bulba Therefore, I would like to emphasize the importance of cultural and historical perspectives when analyzing this particular work First, if you want to see what Gogol s Cossacks really looked like the Hollywood version is bs it s a Russian movie Being of both Russian and Ukrainian heritage, and having read the work in its original, I feel that some American readers wrongly dismiss it as an absurd, extremist tale about a bunch of barbarians It is easy to imagine an American reader s shock due to the frequent anti semitism and cold blooded violence, but you have to keep in mind HISTORICAL CONTEXT and PERSPECTIVE.Gogol by profession was a historian who was fascinated by his Ukrainian heritage He had written Taras Bulba based on his historical studies His work portrays the realities of life on the south Russian Ukrainian steppes and the intricate, antagonistic relationships between Cossacks, Tartars, Poles, and the Jews The actions and behavior of the Cossacks are inherent to the harsh realities of that historical period The Cossacks do not simply...


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    Gogol is primarily known as the father of Russian realism and for his grotesquely evocative descriptions, but Taras Bulba represents a completely different mode for the author Taking inspiration from the Greek epics and the nationalistic poems of French knights, Gogol creates his own story of national identity.Though elements of realism and satire creep into the book, its tone is largely that of an action film exciting, gritty, and passionate Like almost any such national work, this fervor often overwhelms the story, romanticizing the Cossack life and ridiculing its enemies.This one sided hyperbole is most infamously represented by Gogol s Jews, who aren t painted in a particularly flattering light The antisemitism isn t any worse than Shylock or The Jew of Malta, but Gogol s evocative characterization did inspire racist depictions by later authors though anyone would seem like a schlub when compared to the epically handsome and strong willed Cossacks.Most of the work is simple and unadorned, sometimes to the point of repetit...


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    As a literary work Short, fast, and very entertaining But that s not what makes it great Its greatness rests in its inspiring the greatest literature of Russia and the world Almost as an aside, it also provides detail about Cossack life than I could find online or in Ukraine In providing accurate details of Cossack life, with its mindless violence and racism, it exposes the roots of mindless violence and racism in the area s recent history.I ve recently spent several months in Western Ukraine No one there wanted to talk about the conflict in Eastern Ukraine, which may or may not involve Russia on a grand scale No one tried to answer my questions about Cossacks either Sometimes I saw men with the sides of their heads shaved, but Gogol tells me they have to have a kind of tail to be deemed fighters A mix of Wikipedia and local history books suggests that Cossacks were just whatever men chose to fight Lithuanian rulers, making their base in a 15th century wild area in some part of Ukraine That isn t quite Gogol s description By the time of this book their enemy had become Poland.As far as I know, Western Ukraine wasn t a Cossack stronghold, but rather, one of Ukraine s only mountainous areas, where Ukrainian militias in WWII killed between 40,000 and 60,000 Polish women and child...


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