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❅ [KINDLE] ✾ Бедная Лиза By Nikolay Karamzin ➞ – Posthd.pro Nikolaj Karamzin 1766 1826 is vooral bekend als vernieuwer van de Russische literaire taal Met die vernieuwing legde hij de basis voor de grote Russische klassieke literatuur van de negentiende eeuw ZNikolaj Karamzin 1766 1826 is vooral bekend als vernieuwer van de Russische literaire taal Met die vernieuwing legde hij de basis voor.

De grote Russische klassieke literatuur van de negentiende eeuw Zijn novelle Arme Liza 1792 is een van de eerste werken die in dit nieu.

Бедная download Лиза mobile Бедная Лиза PDF/EPUBDe grote Russische klassieke literatuur van de negentiende eeuw Zijn novelle Arme Liza 1792 is een van de eerste werken die in dit nieu.

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PDF Nikolay Karamzin ê Бедная Лиза ePUB Ê ê Николай Михайлович Карамзин was born in the village of Mikhailovka in the government of Orenburg on the 1st of December old style 1766 His father was an officer in the Russian army He was sent to Moscow to study under Swiss German Teacher Johann Matthias Schaden; he later moved to St Petersburg where he made the acuaintance of Dmitriev a Russian poet of some merit and occupied himself with translating essays by foreign writers into his native language After residing for some time in St Petersburg he went to Simbirsk where he lived in retirement until induced to revisit Moscow There finding himself in the midst of the society of learned men he again took to literary workIn 1789 he resolved to travel and visited Germany France Switzerland and England On his return he published his Letters of a Russian Traveller which met with great success These letters modelled after Irish born Poet Laurence Sterne´s 1713 – 1768 Sentimental Journey were first printed in the Moscow Journal which he edited but were later collected and issued in six volumes 1797 1801In the same periodical Karamzin also published translations from French and some original stories including Poor Liza and Natalia the Boyar's Daughter both 1792 These stories introduced Russian readers to sentimentalism and Karamzin was hailed as a Russian Sterne In 1794 Karamzin abandoned his literary journal and published a miscellany in two volumes entitled Aglaia in which appeared among other stories The Island of Bornholm and Ilya Muromets the latter a story based on the adventures of the well known hero of many a Russian legend From 1797 to 1799 he issued another miscellany or poetical almanac The Aonides in conjunction with Derzhavin and Dmitriev In 1798 he compiled The Pantheon a collection of pieces from the works of the most celebrated authors ancient and modern translated into Russian Many of his lighter productions were subseuently printed by him in a volume entitled My Trifles Admired by Alexander Pushkin and Vladimir Nabokov the style of his writings is elegant and flowing modelled on the easy sentences of the French prose writers rather than the long periodical paragraphs of the old Slavonic schoolIn 1802 and 1803 Karamzin edited the journal the European Messenger Vestnik Evropy It was not until after the publication of this work that he realized where his strength lay and commenced his 12 volume History of the Russian State In order to accomplish the task he secluded himself for two years at Simbirsk the Volga river town where Vladimir Ilych Ulyanov aka Lenin 1870 1924 was born This town was known then after Lenin for some 60 years as Ulianovsk while Saint Petersburg became Leningrad till around 1990When emperor Alexander learned the cause of his retirement Karamzin was invited to Tver where he read to the emperor the first eight volumes of his history He was a strong supporter of the anti Polish policies of the Russian Empire and expressed hope that there would be no Poland under any shape or name In 1816 he removed to St Petersburg where he spent the happiest days of his life enjoying the favour of Alexander I and submitting to him the sheets of his great work which the emperor read over with him in the gardens of the palace of Tsarskoye SeloHe did not however live to carry his work further than the eleventh volume terminating it at the accession of Michael Romanov in 1613 He died on the 22nd of May old style 1826 in the Taurida palace A monument was erected to his memory at Simbirsk in 1845

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  1. Anastasia Anastasia says:

    PDF Nikolay Karamzin ê Бедная Лиза ePUB Ê ê Бедная download, Лиза mobile, Бедная Лиза PDF/EPUBRead for class I've never read this in school like so many other books I'm ashamed but yet again I wish I had For me it's not just a story of unfortunate love it's a story of how men and society perceive virginity Ahah I know I'm going way too far but this was one of the things in this short story that stuck out the most It's actually said between the lines I never would've noticed it as a teenager but I notice it now and it's important Of course you'll say hey it was 18th century what do you expect? Nothing really But my point is that it's not 18th century any And yet the problem is still here Oh oh and that line don't know how it was translated to English she found pleasure in pleasing him Of fucking course she did Of course The author is one of the greatest in Russia he made new Russian literary language And in this story he's trying to make up sympathize not only with Liza but also


  2. Satenik Satenik says:

    PDF Nikolay Karamzin ê Бедная Лиза ePUB Ê ê Бедная download, Лиза mobile, Бедная Лиза PDF/EPUBI wish this was a novel


  3. Sarah Catherine Sarah Catherine says:

    PDF Nikolay Karamzin ê Бедная Лиза ePUB Ê ê Бедная download, Лиза mobile, Бедная Лиза PDF/EPUBAn interesting first reading for my Russian Lit Class


  4. Rasmiya Rasmiya says:

    PDF Nikolay Karamzin ê Бедная Лиза ePUB Ê ê Бедная download, Лиза mobile, Бедная Лиза PDF/EPUBAnother good example of Russian literature sentimentally exploring the theme of love between characters of different classes with belonging to a higher class not necessarily translating into a higher standard of behaviour A beautiful peasant Liza grappling with the hardships of life after the death of her father falls in love with a true representative of a wastrel estate a young boyar Ernest The love which brings poor Liza closer to her death once Ernest betrays her by getting engaged to marry a rich widowHaving read Kuprin's Olesya just before this love


  5. Matvey Matvey says:

    PDF Nikolay Karamzin ê Бедная Лиза ePUB Ê ê Бедная download, Лиза mobile, Бедная Лиза PDF/EPUBVery sentimental yet full of great writing and a light gothic aesthetic It seems really cheesy and simple at times but it's balanced with it's writing style description of the feelings of young teenage lovers and their grief Whoever was really in love at a teenage age can relate to their feelings The biggest problem I have with the book is that the ending moments seem really rushed When Erast goes to war it happens so uickly that it doesn't have as much of emotiona


  6. Maram Maram says:

    PDF Nikolay Karamzin ê Бедная Лиза ePUB Ê ê Бедная download, Лиза mobile, Бедная Лиза PDF/EPUBPoor LizaA miserable love story and I don’t love love storiesBut I absolutely loved the description at the beginning I really enjoy ex


  7. Sabina Sabina says:

    PDF Nikolay Karamzin ê Бедная Лиза ePUB Ê ê Бедная download, Лиза mobile, Бедная Лиза PDF/EPUBreread October 2017


  8. Elisa Elisa says:

    PDF Nikolay Karamzin ê Бедная Лиза ePUB Ê ê Бедная download, Лиза mobile, Бедная Лиза PDF/EPUBread the short storysection of it for 19th C Russian lit


  9. Viet Nguyen Viet Nguyen says:

    PDF Nikolay Karamzin ê Бедная Лиза ePUB Ê ê Бедная download, Лиза mobile, Бедная Лиза PDF/EPUBTypical sentimentalism with a beautiful depiction of suburban Moscow The one that started the whole golden era of glorious Russian romanticism


  10. Ekaterina Ekaterina says:

    PDF Nikolay Karamzin ê Бедная Лиза ePUB Ê ê Бедная download, Лиза mobile, Бедная Лиза PDF/EPUBStory Poor Liza is one of the stories which stands at the origins of the sentimentalism in Russian literature It is not very sophisticated story no it is a very simple narration of the heroine's life The story starts with the descriptions of Moscow and confessions of the author that he comes to the monastery where Liza buried very often It is very interesting because with that opening author shows that he is also present in the story and that all opinions in the story are his own Because of that the narration is constantly commented by the author He constantly states his own opinions on situations refers to his own thoughts and ideas about the main character I think these references make the story very sentimental because it shows author's personal affection to the character and her lif


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