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Uch historische oder militärtheoretische Überlegungen anstellt Viele Szenen hauptsächlich die Diskussionen und Gespräche innerhalb der Adels und Regierungskreise in St Petersburg sind auf Französisch geschrieben der damals im russischen Adel vorherrschenden Sprache Tolstoi zeichnete ein detailgetreues Abbild des russischen Adels an den sich der Roman auch richtete wobei er einige Figuren des Romans nach real existierenden Personen zeichnete beispielsweise Fürst Kutusow oder die Adelsfamilie Wolkonski die er im Roman Bolkonski nennt uelle Wikiped. 857 War and Peace Leo TolstoyWar and Peace is a novel by the Russian author Leo Tolstoy which is regarded as a central work of world literature and one of Tolstoy s finest literary achievementsThe novel begins in July 1805 in Saint Petersburg at a soir e given by Anna Pavlovna Scherer the maid of honour and confidante to the dowager Empress Maria Feodorovna Many of the main characters are introduced as they enter the salon Pierre Pyotr Kirilovich Bezukhov is the illegitimate son of a wealthy count who is dying after a series of strokes Pierre is about to become embroiled in a struggle for his inheritance Educated abroad at his father s expense following his mother s death Pierre is kindhearted but socially awkward and finds it difficult to integrate into Petersburg society It is known to everyone at the soiree that Pierre is his father s favorite of all the old count s illegitimate progeny 1978 1334 19 675 1356 1869 1805 1814 31051399

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Speziell für Kindle und Kindle Apps Sonderedition dieses Klassikers Diese liebevoll gestaltete Ausgabe enthält zahlreiche Illustrationen und wurde extra für Ihren Kindle abgestimmt Krieg und Frieden gilt als eines der besten Bücher aller Zeiten und wurde mehrfach verfilmt Diese Edition eignet sich sowohl für das private Lesevergnügen aber auch für Schule und Studium Klassiker der Weltliteratur Liebevoll bearbeitet Wunderschöne Illustrationen Inklusive Stammbaum der Adligen Ideal für Schule und Studium Der Roman wurde weltberühmt weil er wie. Before I turned the last page of this massive volume which had been neglected in my bookshelves for than six years War and Peace was a pending task in my mental reading universe knowing it to be one of the greatest Russian or maybe simply one of the greatest novels of all timesWell in fact it was something else I have a selective memory I don t know whether it comes as a blessing or as a curse that enables me to remember the most insignificant details like for instance where and when I bought my books which are often second hand copies When I pull one of them off my shelves it usually comes loaded with recollections of a certain moment of my life that add up to the mute history of their usually worn and yellow pagesSo War and Peace was also a memory This one had to do with an unusual cloudless and shiny afternoon spent in Greenwich Park eating the greatest take away noodles I had ever tasted and browsing through my newest literary purchases recently bought in one of those typical British second hand bookshops where I spent hours besotted with that particular scent of moldy ancient paperThat s what War and Peace meant to me until I finally shook my sloth off and decided to read it It turns out I rather lived than read it or maybe the book read me but in any case I curse my lazy self for not having taken the plunge much soonerThis book is an electroshock for the soul There is no division between Tolstoy s art and his philosophy just as there is no way to separate fiction from discussions about history in this novel Without a unifying theme without so much a plot or a clear ending War and Peace is a challenge to the genre of the novel and to narrative in history Tolstoy groped toward a different truth one that would capture the totality of history as it was experienced and teach people how to live with its burden Who am I What do I live for Why was I born These are existential uestions on the meaning of life that restlessly impregnate this novel which also deals with the responsibility of the individual who has to strive against the dichotomy of free will as opposed to the influence of the external world in the course of history Fictional and historical characters blend naturally in the narration which occasionally turns into a reasoned philosophical digression exploring the way individual lives affect the progress of history challenging the nature of truth accepted by modern historiansTostoy s syntax is unconventional He freuently ignores the rules of grammar and word order deliberately reiterating mannerisms or physical details to identify his characters suggesting their moral ualities He uses several languages gradually changing their sense especially with French which eventually emerges as the language of artifice and insincerity the language of the theater and deceit whereas Russian appears as the language of honesty and seriousness and the reader becomes a privileged witness of the formation of a community and national consciousness In repeating words and phrases a rhythm and rhetorical effect is achieved strengthening the philosophical pondering of the characters I was emotionally enraptured by the scene in which Count Bezukhov asks himself what s the meaning of love when he glances at the smiling face of Natasha or when Prince Andrey lies wounded in Austerlitz battlefield looking up at the endless firmament welcoming the mystery of death and mourning for his hapless and already fading life The book is full of memorable scenes which will remain imprinted in my retina eternal flashing images transfixing me uite the beauty of Natasha s uncovered shoulders emerging from her golden dress the glow of bonfires lit by kid soldiers in the night before a battle the agony of men taken prisoners and the absent faces of circumstantial executioners while shooting their fellowmen the unbearable pain of a mother when she learns of her son s death a silent declaration of love in a dancing embrace full of youth and promise War and Peace is much than a novel It is a vast detailed account maybe even a sort of diary or a confession of a world about to explode in constant contradiction where two ways of being coexist war and peace Peace understood not only as the absence of war but mainly as the so much coveted state in which the individual gets hold of the key to his identity and happiness achieving harmonious communion with others along the wayNow that I have finally read this masterpiece I think I can better grasp what this novel represents among all the great works of art created by men throughout our venturesome existence the Sistine Chapel or the 9th Symphony of Literature an absolute triumph of the creative mind of the spirit of humankind and a virtuous affirmation of human life in all its richness and complexityMy battered copy of War and Peace and I have fought many battles together hand in hand We have been gently soaked by the descent of moist beads in the misty drizzle at dawn in Paracas We have been splashed by the salty waves of the Pacific Ocean only to be dried off later by the sandy wind blowing from the dunes of the Huacachina Desert We have been blessed by the limpid droplets dripping down from branches of Eucalyptus Trees in the Sacred Valley of the Incas and scorched by the blinding sunbeams in Nazca Particles of ourselves were left behind dissolved into the damp shroud of grey mist falling from the melting sky in MachuPicchu and whatever remained of us tried to breathe in deeply the fragrant air of those dark warm nights spent under scintillating stars scattered endlessly down the Peruvian skyWith wrinkled pages tattered covers and unglued spine my copy of War and Peace has managed to come back home I have just put it back reverently on my bookshelf for literary gems where I can spot it at first glance An unbreakable connection has been established between us as fellow travellers as wanderers of the world Somehow we have threaded our own uniue history an unrepeatable path has been laid down for us The story of this particular shabby copy comes to an end though because I won t ever part from it My copy of War and Peace has come back home where I intent to keep it now for good No war for these battered pages but everlasting peace emanating from my shelves for all times to come My traveling companion in MachuPicchu Apocalyptic Cartography und Kindle Apps Sonderedition dieses Klassikers Diese liebevoll gestaltete Ausgabe enthält zahlreiche Illustrationen Doubts on Avicenna und wurde extra für Ihren Kindle abgestimmt Krieg Uninvited und Frieden gilt als eines der besten Bücher aller Zeiten CaddyGirls und wurde mehrfach verfilmt Diese Edition eignet sich sowohl für das private Lesevergnügen aber auch für Schule Chris (Ties of Passion, und Studium Klassiker der Weltliteratur Liebevoll bearbeitet Wunderschöne Illustrationen Inklusive Stammbaum der Adligen Ideal für Schule The Matchmakers Apprentice und Studium Der Roman wurde weltberühmt weil er wie. 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browsing through my newest literary purchases recently bought in one of those typical British second hand bookshops where I spent hours besotted with that particular scent of moldy ancient paperThat s what War and Peace meant to me A Passionate Proposition until I finally shook my sloth off and decided to read it It turns out I rather lived than read it or maybe the book read me but in any case I curse my lazy self for not having taken the plunge much soonerThis book is an electroshock for the soul There is no division between Tolstoy s art and his philosophy just as there is no way to separate fiction from discussions about history in this novel Without a The Calamity Janes unifying theme without so much a plot or a clear ending War and Peace is a challenge to the genre of the novel and to narrative in history Tolstoy groped toward a different truth one that would capture the totality of history as it was experienced and teach people how to live with its burden Who am I What do I live for Why was I born These are existential Internal Affairs / Protector of One uestions on the meaning of life that restlessly impregnate this novel which also deals with the responsibility of the individual who has to strive against the dichotomy of free will as opposed to the influence of the external world in the course of history Fictional and historical characters blend naturally in the narration which occasionally turns into a reasoned philosophical digression exploring the way individual lives affect the progress of history challenging the nature of truth accepted by modern historiansTostoy s syntax is Fallen Angel unconventional He freuently ignores the rules of grammar and word order deliberately reiterating mannerisms or physical details to identify his characters suggesting their moral The Honor-Bound Gambler ualities He Duister kwaad (Maggie ODell uses several languages gradually changing their sense especially with French which eventually emerges as the language of artifice and insincerity the language of the theater and deceit whereas Russian appears as the language of honesty and seriousness and the reader becomes a privileged witness of the formation of a community and national consciousness In repeating words and phrases a rhythm and rhetorical effect is achieved strengthening the philosophical pondering of the characters I was emotionally enraptured by the scene in which Count Bezukhov asks himself what s the meaning of love when he glances at the smiling face of Natasha or when Prince Andrey lies wounded in Austerlitz battlefield looking A Matter of Chance up at the endless firmament welcoming the mystery of death and mourning for his hapless and already fading life The book is full of memorable scenes which will remain imprinted in my retina eternal flashing images transfixing me Mom Over Miami uite the beauty of Natasha s The Latin Surgeon uncovered shoulders emerging from her golden dress the glow of bonfires lit by kid soldiers in the night 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Unter einem Brennglas die Zeit von 1805 bis 1812 aus russischer Sicht in einzigartiger Geschlossenheit darstellt Es wird fast ausschließlich aus der Perspektive einzelner russischer Adliger erzählt die sich wechselseitig beeinflussen Es werden Schlachten beispielsweise die Schlacht bei Austerlitz oder die Schlacht von Borodino beschrieben wichtige historische Begebenheiten wie der Brand Moskaus im Jahr 1812 aber auch Teestunden Bälle Jagden Konferenzen und Volksaufläufe Dabei nimmt der Verfasser weitgehend eine allgemeine Position ein aus der er a. So I did it I finally convinced myself to read War and Peace partly because it s just something everyone wants to say they ve done and partly because one always needs a good excuse to procrastinate during the exam period when I should have been studying And you know what I really enjoyed most of it The novel is far less taxing than I imagined I don t know if that s because the English translation goes easy on us non Russians or because Tolstoy wrote it in a uite light hearted fashion I suspect I shall never find that out for myselfPersonally I think a much better title for this book would be War and People Because though an in depth look at history during the time Napoleon had ambitions to take over Europe this is first and foremost about humanity and Tolstoy observes humanity and all its weirdness with a sense of humour and occasionally sadness I don t like to make too many predictions about the older authors some people will tell you that Bram Stoker was a feminist and William Shakespeare was a humanist I think these are uite melodramatic conclusions to make about authors who lived in societies where they would struggle to be thatHowever Tolstoy may or may not consider himself liberal forward thinking a humanist and I wouldn t state that he is any of those things But I think his perception of the human condition in the nineteenth century shows he is somewhat before his time in his ability to see almost every character as flawed confusing but ultimately human He manages to construct a comphrehensive view of humanity and Russian culture at the time in uestion complete with betrayals and scandals and affairs But though the characters may place blame on one another like calling Natasha a hussy Tolstoy appears to remain impartial Those who stray from the conservative path of the nineteenth century do not do so without reasonAnother reason that War and People is a much better title for this book is because there is very little peace going on in here There are times when the battles aren t raging of course but there is always something eually dramatic happening within the social world of Russian high society People falling in and out of love people having affairs wealthy aristocrats dying and leaving their fortune to illegitimate sons It seems to me that there s a constant war going on in this book just sometimes it isn t on the battlefieldAnd oddly enough it was the real wars in War and Peace that interested me least of all They were probably the reason this book got four stars instead of five and because goodreads rating system is about personal enjoyment rather than literary merit I felt much entertained by the soap opera that was the lives of the Russian nobles than by the tedious and repetitive battle scenes There were guns and canons and horses riveting But thankfully like I said Tolstoy s masterpiece is about people than anything else and this is the reason that I saw this book through and enjoyed the journey


10 thoughts on “Война и мир

  1. says:

    So I know you've all been on edge these past two months and since I should be studying for the social work licensing exam

  2. says:

    When I was growing up the conventional wisdom was that War and Peace was the sine ua non of difficult books the scope the length OMG the length Conuering this Everest was The Test of whether you were a ManReader I have now read it Thump chest and make Tarzan yell Actually you know chump big deal The mountain really wasn't so large after all There are love affairs there is a war peace eventually returns to the Shire Russi

  3. says:

    Before I turned the last page of this massive volume which had been neglected in my bookshelves for than six years War and Peace was a pending task in my mental reading universe knowing it to be one of the greatest Russian or maybe simply one of the greatest novels of all timesWell in fact it was something else I have a selective me

  4. says:

    Whatever else I am I am the type of person who reads classic novels out of a sense of obligation Also I must admit out of a sense of vanity My ego after all is as fragile as a goldfish and reuires the constant attention of a newborn baby Ever

  5. says:

    This is one of those books that can be life changing I read this as a teenager and I remember exactly where I was sitting on my bed in my grandmother's house in southern Germany when I finished it I must have spent an hour just staring out the window in awe of the lives I'd just led the experiences I'd just hadI'm now re reading this enjoying it immensely and no doubt appreciating it much than I did the first time Tolstoy has t

  6. says:

    So I did it I finally convinced myself to read War and Peace partly because it's just something everyone wants to say they've done and partly because one always needs a good excuse to procrastinate during the exam period when I should have been studying And you know what I really enjoyed most of it The novel is far less taxing than I imagined I don't know if that's because the English translation goes easy on us non Rus

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    857 War and Peace Leo TolstoyWar and Peace is a novel by the Russian author Leo Tolstoy which is regarded as a central work of world literature and one of Tolstoy's finest literary achievementsTolstoy said War and Peace is not a novel even less is it a poem and still less a historical chronicle Large sections especially the later chapters are philosophical discussion rather than narrative Tolstoy also said that the best Russian literature

  8. says:

    857 ВОИНА И МИР War and Peace Leo TolstoyWar and Peace is a novel by the Russian author Leo Tolstoy which is regarded as a central work of world literature and one of Tolstoy's finest literary achievementsThe novel begins in July 1805 in Saint Petersburg at a soirée given by Anna Pavlovna Scherer—the maid of honour and confidante to the dowager Empress Maria Feodorovna Many of the main characters are introduced as they enter t

  9. says:

    In this frightening isolated time let me direct you to War and Peace People resist this book they do it because it's something of a punch line as a monolithic difficult novel But this is one of the frothiest soap operas of a novel that I know of with far narrative propulsion than the excellent but sometimes slow ANNA KARENINA Two na

  10. says:

    Holy cow I am done Not sure what to say I feel like I should write a 1000 page review but I will keep it short I finished the book while a passenger in a mini van stuck in horrible Atlanta trafficThe book was not uite as readable as some other BIG books I have read but still pretty good What amazed me is how few specifi

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