O Rumor do Tempo e Viagem à Armênia

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  • Title: O Rumor do Tempo e Viagem à Armênia
  • Author: Osip Mandelstam Paulo Bezerra
  • ISBN: 9788573261646
  • Page: 394
  • Format: Ebook

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  1. Acknowledgments Note on Second PrintingA Note on the IllustrationsA Note on the TransliterationIntroduction The Prose of MandelstamIntroduction to the Second Edition A Note to the 1993 EditionThe Noise of Time Music in Pavlovsk Childish Imperialism Riots and French Governesses The Bookcase Finland The Judaic Chaos The Concerts of Hofmann and Kubelik The Tenishev School Sergey Ivanych Yuly Matveich The Erfurt Program The Sinani Family Komissarzhevskaya In a Fur Coat above One s StationTheodosia T [...]


  2. Clarence Brown states with humility in his translator s introduction that to read Mandelstam or any author in translation is to read him bereft of his style I agree, but the necessity of transmission sometimes trumps fastidiousness and as Brodsky says, civilization is made of translations Bereft of Mandelstam this volume may be, it still projects enormous intellectual power The martyrological mythos around Mandelstam s death can make us think him an ineffectual angel, a beatifically passive vict [...]


  3. At one point in Clarence Brown s introduction to The Noise of Time Selected Writing s of Osip Mandelstam, Brown quotes from an anonymous 1938 communication reporting upon the extreme condition of the poet, caught within the machinery of the Gulag Suspecting that his guards had received orders from Moscow to poison him, he refused to eat any meals they consisted of bread, herring, dehydrated cabbage soup, and sometimes a little millet His fellow deportees caught him stealing their bread rations H [...]


  4. Due to his public success as a poet with revolutionary sympathies falling on the wrong side of the Bolsheviks, Osip Mandelstam had a particularly rough time before, during, and after the Russian Revolution His experiences of persecution and banishment are woven into much of his writing, and perhaps even explicitly so in the bits and pieces of prose he left behind This volume collects the most significant examples of that prose, which consist of memoirs, travel pieces, and even a novella, The Eg [...]


  5. He had a kind of feral relationship to literature, as if it were the only source of animal warmth I will be pulling this one up and over me again.


  6. Four stars for the prose, the volume I have a 1967 Princeton paperback comes up lacking in most other areas For instance, Brown s very long introduction nearly half the book might have been replaced, or at the very least leavened, with very little damage to the resulting book, through the inclusion of Mandelstam s essay, Conversations on Dante, which Brown even quotes during that introduction I would hazard that either Brown had not yet translated that essay he did, in any case, translate it , o [...]


  7. The temperature of Mandelstam s prose is so astonishingly great on every page that each word and combination of words feels thick and voluptuous The atmosphere of the room, having been breathed and smoked for years, was by this time no longer air but some new and unknown substance with a different weight and other chemical properties His words on the page are as different from other authors as that description of the air in Sergey Ivanych s dwelling His turns of phrase go down your throat like t [...]


  8. If normal essays are flat planes then Mandelstam s are cubes Not included in this book is the essential Conversations about Dante, in which he shows how images can act like ventilation shafts columns doors but even without that you can see in Journey to Armenia, for example how he uses structures and forms to fuck with our idea of how we should move through a piece of prose Lungs spread out on a tennis court I don t know Forget argument.


  9. I enjoyed this collection of prose far than I ve ever enjoyed Mandelstam s verse Though not uniformly interesting to me, the various pieces show such incredible mastery of thought and imagination, such wit of language, that it s impossible not to call this prose masterful Elizabeth Bishop is another esteemed poet whose prose seems much better to me than her verse, and it s arguable that Randall Jarrell and WS Merwin fall into the same category.



  10. Non di me che voglio parlare voglio piuttosto seguire l epoca, il ru e il germogliare del tempo La mia memoria nemica di tutto ci che personale Se fosse per me, mi limiterei a storcere il naso pensando al passato Non li ho mai capiti i Tolstoj, gli Aksakov, i nipoti di Bagrov, innamorati degli archivi di famiglia con le loro epiche memorie domestiche Lo ripeto, la mia memoria spinta dall ostilit , non dall a, e il suo lavorio rimuove il passato, non lo riproduce Un raznocinec non ha bisogno dell [...]


  11. I first reviewed this book alongside Vasily Grossman s Armenian Sketchbook, and Armenia , in Imperium, by Ryszard Kapuscinski pp 42 51 Two Russians and a Pole visit Armenia might be the beginning of a joke, but it isn t I bought and read the three books randomly and apart, but wanted to review the first two together, with reference to the Armenian chapter of the third one Since none of these accounts are contemporary, some of the impressions they have left me may have dated, but I emerged with s [...]



  12. The Egyptian Stamp It is terrifying to think that our life is a tale without a plot or a hero, made up out of desolation and glass, out of the feverish babble of constant digressions, out of the delirium of the Petersburg influenza.



  13. A poetic read, with striking language that enlivens the prose of Mandelstam s youthful experiences in Russia A meditation on memory and the passage of time as much as it is an account of life, Mandelstam infuses his poetic sensibilities into his beautiful prose My desire is not to speak about myself but to track down the age, the noise and the germination of time My memory is inimical to all that is personal If it depended on me, I should only make a wry face in remembering the past 109.





  14. Mandelstam is not only a good russian poet , he writes very well At this book I felt as he was mixing poesy within the text all the time feelings , colours , tastes , all the senses.