(Тигролови) [EBOOK/PDF] é Ivan Bahriany

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Oh WHAT A BEAUTIFUL BOOK I am so that it and it was that I discovered it And it was perfect timing for meThis book is unfortunately published with words or even worse on the cover Not surprisingly that I have never even looked at that direction and I ve never read it in school either this writer was not in our program at all But boy isn t it a reat bookYou should know some basic things about and his life to become interested in this book I only started to discover this personality for myself but I already in aweThe novel it was orginally titled was written in 1944 when the western part of Ukraine where he lived then was still under Nazi occupation but the end of the war was near This is why this novel was even published formally in Ukraine for the first time in Lviv in a literary magazine in 1944 Very soon the author emigrated to western Germany so that not to stay in the USSR or any country under Soviet occupation and he left the draft manuscript in Ukraine Obviously the magazine with his already published novel was not allowed in the USSR and was either destroyed or hidden and so this novel was effectively buried there soon after its publication Later rewrote the novel again from his memory and republished it again in 1946 in Neu Ulm where he lived to the end of his daysWhy do I recommend reading this novel There are several reasons and each of them would be than enough even without. Пригодницький роман який допоможе зрозуміти історичні підвалини нинішньої боротьби України за незалежність та прагнення кожного українця до свободи Твір розповідає про «поєдинок» нащадка славетного козацького роду Григорія Многогрі?. ,


ТигроловиErs and loved their taiga as well but they still were Ukrainians3 It s beautiful prose and a very cool Adventure Story The Narration May story The narration may very dialectic and old fashioned but not in a way that confuses you it s a language that enriches and amuses you The narration is passionate emotional picturesue Also the novel reminds than anything some sci fi book about life of few survivors in a completely new world you know those kinds of stories where a roup of people is cast out on some strange planet or a parallel Universe and kinds of stories where a roup of people is cast out on some strange planet or a parallel Universe and build their civilization from scratch using all those unknown magical phenomena unbelievable animals and plants and new physical laws Sometimes it reminds you by brothers You just look into this reality as into some wonderful new world scary troubling amazing fantastical and admire people who adapted to it so wellSo it s a really ood book and I enjoyed it a lot I am very happy that I have it in solid paper form now And I even happy that it was preserved and published out of the USSR and now it actively republished and distributed and read Read it and not be afraid of those and references Amazing book Such a beautiful insight into Ukrainian culture and history through the eyes of those who lived through it Full of artistry combined with characters who are as enuinely Ukrainian as could be One of those rare books that immediately attaches you to a genuinely Ukrainian as could be One of those rare books that immediately attaches you to a and an ag. ?ості насилля автор звертає увагу на волю до життя родинні відносини вічність традицій предків ролі особистості у суспільстві знаходить місце для гармонії людини і природи а головне для великого справжнього кохання сильнішого за смерть.

Ivan Bahriany ß 4 Summary

Others1 The novel is fiction but it is loosely based On Very Real Events From S Life First Of All very real events from s life first of all escape from the GULAG in Russia s Far East and life among Ukrainian diaspora there We do not know exactly what happened to real during this period of his life as he left no memoirs about it but we can recreate at least some experience from this fictional workWikipedia 14 2 The novel is a beautiful window into an almost unknown page of our history Have you ever heard about itI ve learned about only very recently like just several WEEKS AGO AND I WAS FASCINATED BY THIS STORY ago and I was fascinated by this story was eager to learn but did not know how and where And voila I accidentally selected for my reading just after thatThe novel is not about the GULAG it s about life of a Ukrainian escapee from the GULAG among his fellow Ukrainians in This is incredibly interesting and makes you proud for your nation reallly Chronologically the novel is about the 1930s so is already started to be assimilated and put under control of the Soviets but Ukrainians in small villages and isolated hamlets deep in taiga still lived as they lived for dozens of years before They spoke Ukrainian and they remembered and loved their motherland they named their villages after Ukrainian places and preserved their culture in any little detail they named their villages after Ukrainian places and preserved their culture in any little detail most of their young people were born already here in and have never been in real Ukraine They were tiger hunt. ?ного і майора НКВС Медвина що символізує боротьбу добра зі злом людини світла зі тьмою І хоча зло часто перемагає сама боротьба залишає надію на краще майбутнє і надихає на звитягу Серед картин знущань над людьми приниження людської гід?.