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Intimacy and Terror: Soviet Diaries of the 1930's (Anglais) Relié – 30 janvier 1996

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Book by Korenevskaya Natalia Garros Veronique

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Très intéressant. Publication de dix journaux intimes soviétiques des années 30, de personnes issues de milieux sociaux variés, traduits en anglais.
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HASH(0x8d275210) étoiles sur 5 The unthinkable, the unspeakable -- and the mundane 20 novembre 1997
Par Eileen G. - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié Achat vérifié
Fascinating, absorbing, upsetting and boring -- these diaries are all of the above.Soviet Russia's not replete with oral histories of the 30's (they didn't have a WPA; they had Stalin), nor with many trustworthy contemporary accounts. They're in here, though. It's heartbreaking to read of everyday annoyances and delights, and to know the fate that was soon to befall many of these diarists. "A Chronicle of the Year 1937" is almost more than I could bear. A sad and good book, well worth reading.
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HASH(0x8d2fdcf0) étoiles sur 5 This would make a great textbook 19 septembre 2012
Par Meaghan - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Although I was never able to finish this, it wasn't because it was a bad book; on the contrary, it's an excellent collection that would be a worthy textbook for a Russian history course. I like how the diarists were not all famous people or anything; one, for example, was just a poor middle-aged farmer. It was just that this is hardly pleasure reading and I found I couldn't commit to the whole thing, 400+ pages of small print.
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HASH(0x8ddabfcc) étoiles sur 5 Plain English translation 14 avril 2011
Par Sturm und Drang - Publié sur Amazon.com
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The translation is very accurate yet it preserves the original meaning. No fancy words or cliché newspeak, and even a child can understand the meaning of every sentence. I will recommend this book as reading materials for teaching or research on Russian history.
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HASH(0x8d2ebdd4) étoiles sur 5 Formulaic Success 28 octobre 2012
Par Nathan Douglas Harvey - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
Kudos to authors who demurred in comment or interpretation beyond that required to move the text from one vernacular to another. Very substance of result illustrates inefficacy to render judgment over any other's existence, proof being the eclectic representation of each life portrayed.
This collection of précis portrays element of personality which Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels seemingly dismissed in deference to unitary, singular goal. Collective farmer, life defined by weather condition. Ne'er do well whose tumultuous life was a study in hilarity, yet whose inner turmoil, simply expressed in common eloquence, spoke to a revolving theme of human enterprise. Dyed-in-the-wool allegiant whose peasant origin catalyzed insecurity, a force necessarily expugnable in a reformulated embrace. Bard whose suppressed expression by mandate of existence lived only in diary.
My lesson learned from this reading: Communism's ideals exist personally endogenous. Government with its unending litany of futility is not the vehicle of inducement. Thank you, people of Russia and satellite attache, for that enlightenment.
May I expand lesson to lesson(s)? As a necessary adjunct, communism cannot be the ubiquitous embrace of country. Bannered demarcation of domestic and foreign cannot perceive common.
Your lessons will be different.
Conclusively apropos, the last diary entry speaks of a dream, one whose transcendence liberated yet another object of subjugation. Bas relief remolded into bold relief, the final character, on September 6, 1953, made infinite the dream which he penned fourteen years prior. A dream which mortality had so spartanly conceived, even more astringently achieved.
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