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Voices from Chernobyl: The Oral History of a Nuclear Disaster (1997)

af Svetlana Alexievich

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"This book offers a startling history of the Chernobyl disaster by Svetlana Alexievich, the winner of the Nobel prize in Literature 2015. On 26 April 1986, at 1.23am, a series of explosions shook the Chernobyl nuclear reactor. Flames lit up the sky and radiation escaped to contaminate the land and poison the people for years to come. While officials tried to hush up the accident, Svetlana Alexievich spent years collecting testimonies from survivors - clean-up workers, residents, firefighters, resettlers, widows, orphans - crafting their voices into a haunting oral history of fear, anger and uncertainty, but also dark humour and love. With a chronicle of the past and a warning for our nuclear future, Chernobyl Prayer shows what it is like to bear witness, and remember in a world that wants you to forget."… (mere)
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Impressionant relat del que va passar a Txornòbil i com ho va viure la gent. ( )
  jrzaballos | Feb 18, 2024 |
This is a difficult book to read. I’m not sure I’ll ever stop thinking about the stories these people told, their memories, their life and the horrible suffering after the disaster. “There’s nowhere to hide. Not underground, not underwater, not in the air.” ( )
  ellink | Jan 22, 2024 |
A harrowing collection of interviews - in the form of monologues - by people connected with the Chenobyl disaster, from the widows of those involved in the cleanup, to an official who participated in the cover-up, people who moved to the restricted area after the disaster to escape genocide elsewhere, one of the hunters tasked with killing animals within the zone, and those who were children at the time. They make clear the ignorance of radiation and thus the terrible danger of all concerned due to the culture of secrecy and cover up in the Soviet Union. This was compounded by the corruption at all levels which led to vast amounts of radioactive goods and food being taken out of the zone and sold for profit in areas that hadn't been evacuated.

The book doesn't set out to describe the chronological timeline of the disaster or the explanation of why it happened. But it forms a companion volume to 'Midnight at Chenobyl' which provides all those and which I read quite recently. The present volume is the personal stories in their own words and a grim tale it makes. A book that will definitely be worth another read, though for me it is surprisingly short given the wealth of material and the hundreds of interviews which we're told the author (really an editor) carried out. Therefore I'm awarding it 4 stars. ( )
  kitsune_reader | Nov 23, 2023 |
Tschernobyl. Eine Chronik der Zukunft ist ein Buch der Nobelpreisträgerin Swetlana Alexandrowna Alexijewitsch.[1][2] Alexijewitsch lebte 1986 zur Zeit der Katastrophe von Tschernobyl als Journalistin in Minsk, der Hauptstadt von Weißrussland. (Damals war Weißrussland als Weißrussische Sozialistische Sowjetrepublik Teil der Sowjetunion.)
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Alexijewitsch interviewte über einen Zeitraum von 10 Jahren mehr als 500 Augenzeugen, darunter Feuerwehrleute, Liquidatoren (Mitglieder des Cleanup-Teams), Politiker, Ärzte, Physiker und einfache Bürger. Das Buch bezieht sich auf die psychologische und persönliche Tragödie des Unfalls von Tschernobyl, beschreibt die Erfahrungen von Individuen und wie die Katastrophe ihr Leben beeinflusst hat. (Wikipedia)
  Hoppetosse1 | Sep 10, 2023 |
a people's history of chernobyl ( )
  stravinsky | Jul 21, 2023 |
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(Prologue) I don't know what I should talk about -about death or about love?
On 26 April 1986, at 01:23 hours and 58 seconds, a series of blasts brought down Reactor No. 4 of the Chernobyl nuclear power plant, near the Belarusian border. (some historical background)
I don't know what to tell you about. (A lone human voice)
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… Kiev travel agency offers tourist trips to Chernobyl (In place of an epilogue)
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Don't write about the wonders of Soviet heroism. They existed—and they really were wonders. But first there had to be incompetence, negligence, and only after those did you get wonders: covering the embrasure, throwing yourself in front of a machine gun. But that those orders should never have been, that there shouldn't have been any need, no one writes about that. They flung us there, like sand onto the reactor. Every day they'd put out a new "Action Update": "men are working courageously and selflessly," "we will survive and triumph."

They gave me a medal and one thousand rubles.
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"This book offers a startling history of the Chernobyl disaster by Svetlana Alexievich, the winner of the Nobel prize in Literature 2015. On 26 April 1986, at 1.23am, a series of explosions shook the Chernobyl nuclear reactor. Flames lit up the sky and radiation escaped to contaminate the land and poison the people for years to come. While officials tried to hush up the accident, Svetlana Alexievich spent years collecting testimonies from survivors - clean-up workers, residents, firefighters, resettlers, widows, orphans - crafting their voices into a haunting oral history of fear, anger and uncertainty, but also dark humour and love. With a chronicle of the past and a warning for our nuclear future, Chernobyl Prayer shows what it is like to bear witness, and remember in a world that wants you to forget."

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