7 edition of The tattered cloak and other stories found in the catalog.
Originally published: The tattered cloak and other novels. New York : Knopf, 1991.
|Statement||Nina Berberova ; translated from the Russian by Marian Schwartz.|
|Genre||Translations into English.|
|Series||A New Directions classic, New Directions classics.|
|LC Classifications||PG3476.B425 A28 2001|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||307 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||307|
|LC Control Number||00052550|
We do. Needless to say, Berberova slapped that bitch down. In Russian the title is, if not shocking, then certainly blunt. And because he's both fair and objective, there is something in this book to infuriate nearly everyone.
It is a strangely opaque piece, one that does not entirely work, and yet as haunting as anything in this remarkable collection. Warren St. Maria is everything Sonechka is not, glamorous, flamboyant. Her voice brings with it "something immortal and indisputable, something which gives reality to the human being's dream of having wings. In this instance, "The Tattered Cloak" seems to me a comparatively unsuccessful offering -- a rambling tale that tries to cover too great a range both in time and in space and ends up demonstrating Nina Berberova's weakness, which is a failure to come to grips with fictional structure.
There is something un-credible about the human ability to manufacture its own pain and suffering so relentlessly. Originally published in I could not help but be reminded of the start of War and Peace - with Russians at a dinner party discussing Napoleon and the possibility of Russia's invasion. She also wrote the first book length biography of composer Peter Ilyich Tchaikovsky inwhich was controversial for its openness about his homosexuality.
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The story is a fine study of heartlessness, its impact stemming from the detached narration in which people are left to condemn themselves by words and actions, with just the occasional sparkling phrase to nail a personality Astashev "jiggling the pale fat of his The tattered cloak and other stories book cheeks as he walked".
I make a divide between the holy, the sacred, the mysterious, the unexplainable, the implicit, the aesthetic, the moral, and the ethical on one hand, and the empirical, the functional, the explainable, the logical, the true, and the proven on the other. Berberova's work, like her life, has a foothold in many lands.
The Tattered Cloak is both a marvelous showcase of the range of Berberova's skills as a writer and as a philosopher.
Posted on July 11, 6 comments Where The tattered cloak and other stories book he from? While I mourn the fact that her work was so overlooked during most of her life, I celebrate the fact that we are able to discover them now. My reputation is as much in jeopardy as ever, but the story of at least one title is now on record.
But, that being said, there are riches once again in the story's presentation of emigre life, done with a marriage of humor and matter-of-fact depiction of dire circumstances that perfectly reflects the attitudes of the characters.
By the time I got to it, I was fully Russian in spirit if not actuality. You can do fiction, nonfiction, a mixture, who cares. A poet, critic, philosopher, and novelist, Bely was a leading figure among the Russian Symbolists, and The First Encounter is thought to be his greatest work in verse.
It is heart wrenching- the true result of war — death: for the dead and living alike. Have a nice weekend everyone! She continued to write while she was teaching, publishing several povesti long short storiescritical articles and some poetry.
Nicolaevsky Collection at Stanford University. She also wrote the first book length biography of composer Peter Ilyich Tchaikovsky inwhich was controversial for its openness about his homosexuality. The goal of the Princeton Legacy Library is to vastly increase access to the rich scholarly heritage found in the thousands of books published by Princeton University Press since its founding in Anna Karenina by Leo Tolstoy Book 17 editions published between and in English and held by 1, WorldCat member libraries worldwide Anna Karenina leaves home and husband to give herself to Count Vronsky The accompanist by N Berberova Book 11 editions published between and in English and Spanish and held by WorldCat member libraries worldwide "Sonechka is a talented but shy young pianist hired by a beautiful soprano, Maria Nikolaevna, and her devoted, bourgeois husband.
Berberova saw my point immediately and proceeded to explain that, although she had used the word plach, her mental association had been to a similar-sounding word, plashch cape, or cloaka prominent image in the story.
The final novella of this collection, "In Memory of Schliemann" is set in in an unnamed urban area that feels like the East Coast of the U. Her fiction, originally published in Europe from the late 's to the 's, has recently been reissued in France and Britain; now, in a graceful translation by Marian Schwartz, more of it is appearing in America.
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