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Teeäärne koerake #2020

Tee rne koerake L hiesseede ja proosaluule vahel balansseeriv Tee rne koerake tunnistati aastal Poola parimaks kirjandusteoseks ning see t i Neustadti ja Nobeli preemia laureaadile Czes aw Mi oszile Po

  • Title: Teeäärne koerake
  • Author: Czesław Miłosz Hendrik Lindepuu
  • ISBN: 9789949905942
  • Page: 457
  • Format: Paperback
  • Teeäärne koerake By Czesław Miłosz Hendrik Lindepuu, L hiesseede ja proosaluule vahel balansseeriv Tee rne koerake tunnistati 1997 aastal Poola parimaks kirjandusteoseks ning see t i Neustadti ja Nobeli preemia laureaadile Czes aw Mi oszile 1911 2004 Poola k rgeima kirjandusauhinna Nike Pika elu l pul kirjutatud l hilood on filosoofiliseks tagasivaateks k idud teele, autor k sitleb neis oma suhteid religiooniga, kirjaL hiesseede ja proosaluule vahel balansseeriv Tee rne koerake tunnistati 1997 aastal Poola parimaks kirjandusteoseks ning see t i Neustadti ja Nobeli preemia laureaadile Czes aw Mi oszile 1911 2004 Poola k rgeima kirjandusauhinna Nike Pika elu l pul kirjutatud l hilood on filosoofiliseks tagasivaateks k idud teele, autor k sitleb neis oma suhteid religiooniga, kirjanikuks olemise t hendust, ajaloo objektiivsuse k simust jms.Kui Mi osz oleks tahtnud kirja panna oma metaf sikat, siis oleks selleks kindlasti Tee rne koerake See metaf sika ei ole l bus, aga minu m letamist m da ei ole seda kski metaf sika.Leszek Ko akowski

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    1. I love Milosz and this book, filled with his short, stirring, and thought provoking poetry and prose was tremendously interesting Each page holds so many interesting, sometimes quirky thoughts Especially for a writer, this book proves a valuable companion.

    2. I have read this a number of times He talks about the modern world, seemed to see through it than just about anybody I m really sorry he s gone.

    3. well, this is a little, nearly square book by czeslaw milosz and it s full of poems, mostly there are a few other things musings ponderings milosz is one of those quietly funny folks and his funniness isn t always in stories or poems that feel good i think that s very nice of him there is a story on fleas a funny bit involving martin luther i will never be able to get over the fact that he wrote these in one language polish and then sat down and changed them over to english just changed them i i [...]

    4. A Roadside Dog by Czeslaw Milosz return return Antinomies October 24, 2000 return return In A Year of the Hunter, Czeslaw Milosz unequivocally writes, Poetry s separation from religion has always strengthened my conviction that the erosion of the cosmic religious imagination is not an illusion and that the vast expanses of the planet that are falling away from Christianity are the external correlative of this erosion Road Side Dog exudes this same consciousness, yet, interested only in Christian [...]

    5. Turns out I m a poetry reader, I just didn t find the right poet These poems by Milosz are epigrams or anecdotes than poems at times, but there s always an edge forcing you to sit up and pay attention Milosz manages to walk the fine line between cynicism and openness, and explores the paradoxes of belief without ever seeming didactic or trite Although this is work from late in his career, it has a lightness and a darkness that seems to float it seems new Read this slowly and chew on it, and it [...]

    6. Dare un senso, quale che sia, pur di sfuggire a questa realt bovina, inerte, perfettamente apatica, senza fini, aspirazioni, affermazioni o negazioni, che come il nulla incarnato Religioni Ideologie Desideri Odi Venite a ricoprire con la vostra trama ornata questa cosa cieca, che neppure ha un nome Tropici, p 80

    7. I took this up after The Issa Valley , thinking I would like to see what C.M s poetry was like, and so was confused to find short paragraphs prose poems I wondered But there were a few in conventional poem form as well, so I gave up trying to categorize and just read on.Not my usual thing or style, but with merit nonetheless Some of the paragraphs were outstanding This one I will include, even though it s long, just so I don t forget it myself.AncestorsTo tell the truth we should not exist We, n [...]

    8. And he expected the cruelty of his imagination was somehow connected with his creative impulse Waking up at night, he felt he was working his way toward it through a thin curtain, but then, in that striving, he would fall asleep In the act of writing, a transformation occurs the direct data of consciousness, our feeling of ourselves from inside, is changed into an image of other individuals, similarly feeling themselves from inside, and thanks to that, we can write about them, not only about our [...]

    9. I did not realize how similar this book was to Rilke s Book of Hours, but they both are writing about religion and spirituality since Milosz was a devout but doubting Catholic Milosz addresses topics than Rilke, but neither book did much for me I felt like Milosz was jus jotting down whatever came to his head, and I could imagine being his daughter, and constantly tuning out his brief monologues On one side there is luminosity, trust, faith, the beauty of the earth on the other side, darkness, [...]

    10. Nobel laureate Czeslaw Milosz was born of Polish Lithuanian parentage He subsequently immigrated to the United States and was professor of Slavic Languages and Literatures at the University of California in Berkeley This book is a collection of poetic essays and memoirs Each chapter is excellent it is difficult to pick favorites However I will provide but two examples from Discreet Charm of Nihilism, Religion, opium for the people To those suffering pain, humiliation, illness, and serfdom, it pr [...]

    11. This book reminded me of reading a newspaper, short columns with headlines, except of course the news is poetic and philosophical There were stories I skimmed, stories I reread just to be clear, and there were those I stopped to marvel at, as if I couldn t quite believe them Much of the book is slanted toward the life and craft of an author, so Milosz writes with his own sensibilities coming to the front, his life in two worlds, the old Polish one at the end of the turn of the 20th century, and [...]

    12. I finally got to meet him when he read from this book obviously before he died this was his book tour The poem he selected was the one in which he describes the death of Christopher Robin, of A.A Milne s Winnie the Pooh stories And he writes it as a Pooh story What struck me is how rich the SF Bay area is Here in Berkeley was a conservative Catholic Nobel Polish writer In North Beach was one liberal Sorbonne educated Lawrence Ferlinghetti, D Day veteran, on a navy ship in Japan after the second [...]

    13. It took me a good 60 pages to be charmed over by Milosz, but eventually it happened I stopped wanting to be entertained by a story and instead finally relaxed into Milosz s company Here is an old man in an old month, hurriedly, scantily, resignedly setting down the thoughts left in his head I felt like I got to know Milosz honestly, and I enjoyed the time spent with him Only downside is after I got comfortable, the second half of the book Subjects to Let came along don t let the beautiful introd [...]

    14. Chiunque finge di non avere in s l altra faccia, quella oscura, si espone alla vendetta delle filatrici della Sorte A tratti molto bello e interessante Discontinuo, per , data la natura del testo che raccoglie frammenti narrativi, poesie, saggi brevi e racconti personali di Milosz novantenne.

    15. Morsels of age ripened thought It s hard not to admire the author and his pursuit of craft, of humanity I surprised myself, though, by not really wanting any of his subjects to let Though I appreciated the offers.Here s Learning To believe you are magnificent And gradually to discover that you are not magnificent Enough labor for one human life.

    16. Thoughtful, spiritual and life changing The cover appealed to me at Half Price Books and I m eternally grateful that I picked it up It s one of those books that when I loan it out, I take special care to make sure I get it back, because I d hate to be without a copy of it.

    17. Czelaw Milosz short reflections, beautifully written and thought provoking I purchased this book used The Last Bookstore in Los Angeles and am so sorry that I didn t discover this author before he passed away A fascinating man.

    18. A wise book from a wise man nearing the end of his days and looking back on a full life meditations, reflections, fears, hopes, regrets, doubts, counsels

    19. Deeply spiritual prose poetry His insights into humanity, and the turns of phrase he uses to express them, are breathtaking.

    20. A very interesting set of short lyrical essays from a great poet Ruth, this may especially interest you See my review here trebrovejournal 283091.

    21. Amazing book He is one of the most present writers, you never forget that you re reading a book, which is something I need from a book.

    22. A collection of aphorisms and stories, even a poem or two, from Milosz reflecting on life and literature in the 20th century Short and direct, some are obscure but most bite.

    23. this is one of my favourite books ever it is prose poetry that sucks you in easy on the spot reading, or you can spend hours sitting, pouring over it.

    24. Polish poet pens pithy prose Some of it is solipsistic bullshit Some of it, however, is thought provoking.

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