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La hija del capitán af Aleksandr Sergeevich…
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La hija del capitán (original 1836; udgave 2001)

af Aleksandr Sergeevich Pushkin, Alexander Pushkin

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Alexander Pushkin's short novel is set during the reign of Catherine the Great, when the Cossacks rose up in rebellion against the Russian empress. Presented as the memoir of Pyotr Grinyov, a nobleman, The Captain's Daughter tells how, as a feckless youth and fledgling officer, Grinyov was sent from St. Petersburg to serve in a remote part of southern Russia. Traveling to take up this new post, Grinyov loses his shirt gambling and then loses his way in a terrible snowstorm, only to be guided to safety by a mysterious peasant. With impulsive gratitude Grinyov hands over his fur coat to his savior, never mind the cold. Arrived at Fort Belogorsk, Grinyov falls in love with Masha, the beautiful young daughter of his captain. Then Pugachev, leader of the Cossack rebellion, surrounds the fort. Resistance, he has made it clear, will be met by death. At once a fairy tale and a thrilling historical novel, this singularly Russian work of the imagination is also a timeless, universal, and very winning story of how love and duty can summon pluck and luck to confront calamity.… (mere)
Medlem:marisina_soy
Titel:La hija del capitán
Forfattere:Aleksandr Sergeevich Pushkin
Andre forfattere:Alexander Pushkin
Info:Edaf S.A. (2001), Paperback, 224 pages
Samlinger:Leídos
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Capitainens Datter af Alexander Pushkin (1836)

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Read this book many years ago (the Russian version, that is), for my literature list in university.
I kept on to it, thinking/hoping I might one day get to rereading it. I did not. So, I'm putting this down as read and liked, so I won't get confused and suddenly buy another copy... ( )
  BoekenTrol71 | Mar 29, 2019 |
récit très intéressant, sans doute un chef d’œuvre. ( )
  Marc-Narcisse | Jan 4, 2019 |
Yllättävän sujuvaa ja mukaansatempaavaa luettavaa 1800-luvun venäläiseksi kirjaksi. Ei jäädä pitämään palopuheita politiikasta ja kirjan hahmot ovat värikkäitä ja uskottavia, tapahtumat yllättäviä ja välillä koomisiakin. ( )
  jagheterkatri | Oct 25, 2018 |
This fairly short novel is one of the better known works of the father of Russian literature. Set in the time of the Pugachev rebellion against Catherine the Great in the 1770s, the central character Petr Andreyevich Grinyev, on being made by his father to join the army, is disappointed to be posted to a remote fortress instead of to St Petersburg. He has a chance encounter with a traveller who later turns out to be Pugachev. At the fortress, he falls in love with the eponymous daughter Maria Mironova (though in this translation her father's role is routinely translated as commandant, despite the novel's title). As is often the case in 19th century fiction, Maria is really a cipher with no character of her own other than as a loyal daughter and loving would be wife to Petr; indeed, viewed objectively, the title of the novel is not really appropriate. The translation reads a little oddly at times (a general describing his troops as "children" rather than "lads", presumably as a translation of the Russian word "rebyata"). There is also an additional omitted chapter after the end of the narrative, which is an alternative version of the final chapter, described in other sources I have found as a rough draft that Pushkin discarded, but actually almost identical in places, and with a more dramatic conclusion to the story than in the published version. A good and easy read, though, and quite funny in places. ( )
1 stem john257hopper | May 31, 2017 |
What a delight it was to read Pushkin for the first time, and in an edition (NYRB) that had such an interesting introduction and helpful notes by the translators (Robert and Elizabeth Chandler). This is first and foremost an exciting read, about a young man, Pyotr Andreich, who is sent by his father off to the steppes to join the army defending the rule of Catherine the Great against a Cossack rebel, Pugachev, who claims to be her dead husband and therefore the legitimate emperor. Pyotr has various mishaps before reaching the fort where he is to be stationed, and against the wishes of his family's servant, who is accompanying him, gives his (outgrown) hare-skin coat to an apparently down-at-his heels peasant. The fort turns out to be not much of a stronghold, with a lackadaisical captain who in fact lets his wife run things, and some barely trained soldiers. Pyotr falls in love with the captain's daughter, Maria (or Masha), fights a duel, the Cossacks attack and overrun the fort, traitors abound, and much much more ensues before the novella reaches a dramatic (fairy tale?) and romantic ending,

What I perhaps would not have realized without the Chandlers' introduction and notes was how intricately Pushkin weaves this tale, with repetitions of events, people who turn out to be not who they seem to be, letters that are treasured and letters that are torn up, historical accuracy (he also wrote an historical work about the Pugachev rebellion), and allusions to other works of Russian literature. These added immeasurably to my appreciation of Pushkin and the novella. This edition was also enhanced by brief essays at the end about Pushkin and history and the challenges of translating him. I will certainly be looking for more works by Pushkin.
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Alexander Pushkin's short novel is set during the reign of Catherine the Great, when the Cossacks rose up in rebellion against the Russian empress. Presented as the memoir of Pyotr Grinyov, a nobleman, The Captain's Daughter tells how, as a feckless youth and fledgling officer, Grinyov was sent from St. Petersburg to serve in a remote part of southern Russia. Traveling to take up this new post, Grinyov loses his shirt gambling and then loses his way in a terrible snowstorm, only to be guided to safety by a mysterious peasant. With impulsive gratitude Grinyov hands over his fur coat to his savior, never mind the cold. Arrived at Fort Belogorsk, Grinyov falls in love with Masha, the beautiful young daughter of his captain. Then Pugachev, leader of the Cossack rebellion, surrounds the fort. Resistance, he has made it clear, will be met by death. At once a fairy tale and a thrilling historical novel, this singularly Russian work of the imagination is also a timeless, universal, and very winning story of how love and duty can summon pluck and luck to confront calamity.

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