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Чапаев

Chapayev written while Soviet literature was yet in its infancy has become a heroic epic of the socialist revolution A novel about the gifted and popular Civil War hero and commander Vasily Ivanovic

  • Title: Чапаев
  • Author: Dmitry Furmanov Атанас Далчев
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 394
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Chapayev, written while Soviet literature was yet in its infancy, has become a heroic epic of the socialist revolution A novel about the gifted and popular Civil War hero and commander Vasily Ivanovich Chapayev 1887 1919 about the role of the Party in educating the people in the communist spirit Dmitry Furmanov, the commissar of the Chapayev Division, wrote his novelChapayev, written while Soviet literature was yet in its infancy, has become a heroic epic of the socialist revolution A novel about the gifted and popular Civil War hero and commander Vasily Ivanovich Chapayev 1887 1919 about the role of the Party in educating the people in the communist spirit Dmitry Furmanov, the commissar of the Chapayev Division, wrote his novel drawing largely on his diaries, personal observations, reminiscences of his contemporaries, and historical archives But the documentary truth of Chapayev did not restrict the ideological and artistic merits of the novel Furmanov created a work of immense capacity, far reaching generalizations, a book about the revolutionary people creator of their own history and their own heroes.

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    1. Младые советские писатели — эмоция на эмоции. Фурманов писал иначе: взвешенно и обдуманно. Нет на страницах бесконечных выкриков из толпы, ничего не происходит хаотично, всё движется по логике событийности. Представленный Дмитрием, Чапаев оказался собранием множества ре [...]

    2. This is certainly not a literary masterwork. It does not hold a candle to Quiet Flows The Don or Babel's Red Cavalry stories. On the other hand, it compares quite favorably to other Soviet propaganda books of the same era, such as the execrable How The Steel Was Tempered. Telling the story of a charismatic general through the eyes of his political commissar puts the title character in an interesting perspective. Chapayev is a bit vain and politically naive. There is a cult of personality around [...]

    3. It's clearly a propaganda novel (it was written by a military commissar), but I was aware of this before reading it, and it didn't decrease my enjoyment of the book. If anything, this fact made it more enjoyable, as the one-sided viewpoint sometimes borders on comical and gives it a certain flavor. It has a strong atmosphere populated with peasant and working class "heroes", and provides colorful insight into the goings-on of a Red Army detachment during the Russian Civil War, which is rare in t [...]

    4. A novel full of propaganda. It is focused on the last months of one of the most famous and loved communist leaders. Overall, an interesting book in case you're interested in Russian history right after the Russian revolution.

    5. Кошмарный язык и картонные персонажи. Даже в качестве военного репортажа очень слабо.

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