[Ebook] Котлован (Kotlovan) By Andrei Platonov – Writerscompany.co.uk

Котлован (Kotlovan) COVER DESIGNS THAT COME TO LIFE ANIMATE THE COVER WITH THE FREE INSERTED SHEETPlatonov S Dystopian Novel Describes The Lives Of A Group Of Soviet Workers Who Believe They Are Laying The Foundations For A Radiant Future As They Work Harder And Dig Deeper, Their Optimism Turns To Violence And It Becomes Clear That What Is Being Dug Is Not A Foundation Pit But An Immense Grave.TRANSLATED BY ROBERT AND ELIZABETH CHANDLER AND OLGA MEERSON



10 thoughts on “Котлован (Kotlovan)

  1. says:

    We always believe that the bright future is just around the corner and we wait for it to come on the face of each young Pioneer girl there remained a trace of the difficulty, the feebleness of early life, meagerness of body and beauty of expression But the happiness of childhood


  2. says:

    At once The Foundation Pit is a chilling view of the utopian ideal, but its themes run deep and show that the fate of humanity rests upon how exactly political and philosophical ideologies are carried out, and to what extent We often forget this when debating political views an


  3. says:

    I read great swathes of this book as absurdist black comedy, and kept imagining the events portrayed as scenes in a marginally avant garde silent film Each character is a ghost, or husk of itself, and moves through the narrative as a reasoning automaton, even if that reasoning is fatally f


  4. says:

    It saddens me when a novel especially one politically important remains unpublished during the life of the writer, a writer who ended up seeing out his days in poverty and misery And Platonov wouldn t be the first Russian to see his work disappear into obscurity Like Mikhail Bulgakov although t


  5. says:

    platonov, an atheist, believed that communism could take hold only if it met and surpassed the needs fulfilled by religion in other words, the revolution would have to fill the ol God Shaped Hole if it wanted to stick around it didn t it couldn t and platonov realized this his characters don t they


  6. says:

    This might be the one book, fact or fiction, I d recommend about life in the early days of the Soviet Union.A group of builders are digging out the foundations for a building The symbolism is clear What the building will be, is not ever made clear and may not even be important The men are struggling, dow


  7. says:

    bildi imiz platonov romanlar ndan, yk lerinden daha farkl anlatt klar yla, metaforlar yla tam bir stalin d nemi ele tirisi bunu hem trajik, hem komik bir bi imde aktar yor asl nda.g rev bilinciyle tutu an atlar, demir d ven ay lar, i leri bitti i an mutsuzlu a d en proleterler ve platonov un dili bilerek bozu


  8. says:

    Andrew Platonov s The Foundation Pit is a brutal novel He shatters any illusions one might have about the virtues of Soviet communism Platonov s deadpan style makes the hunger and death he depicts that much empty And while appearing to favor class stru...


  9. says:

    Size, yolda lar, sendika arac l yla birtak m imtiyazlar sa layaca m, dedi Pa kin mtiyaz nereden bulacaks n diye sordu Safronov Onu evvela bizim yap p sana devretmemiz laz m ki sen de bize sa layas n s.33


  10. says:

    1905 .


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