Pochwała nudy
Joseph Brodsky
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Feb 21, 2020 - 16:10 PM By Joseph Brodsky

Legendarne eseje rosyjskiego noblisty Mimo up ywu lat zaskakuj dociekliwo ci i aktualno ci Brodski zmusza do rewizji pogl d w i przemy lenia w asnych postaw Ods ania oblicze wiecznego buntownika.Ostatni tom esej w Josifa Brodskiego, wznowiony z okazji 20 rocznicy mierci poety odczyta mo na jako jego duchowy testament Bardzo osobiste rozwa ania na temat kultury i wLegendarne eseje rosyjskiego noblisty Mimo up ywu lat zaskakuj dociekliwo ci i aktualno ci Brodski zmusza do rewizji pogl d w i przemy lenia w asnych postaw Ods ania oblicze wiecznego buntownika.Ostatni tom esej w Josifa Brodskiego, wznowiony z okazji 20 rocznicy mierci poety odczyta mo na jako jego duchowy testament Bardzo osobiste rozwa ania na temat kultury i wsp czesnego wiata pora aj szczero ci os d w Brodski zar wno wtedy, kiedy pisze o Marku Aureliuszu czy szpiegu rosyjskim Kimie Philby, jak i w przem wieniu do absolwent w Ann Arbor czy we wspomnieniu z podr y do Brazylii zmusza czytelnika do rewizji pogl d w i przemy lenia w asnych postaw R wnocze nie ods ania swoje oblicze wiecznego buntownika, zranionego przez ycie i kochaj cego je do upojenia.Eseje Josifa Brodskiego pomimo up ywu czasu wci zaskakuj swoj dociekliwo ci i aktualno ci Lektura obowi zkowa, dla ka dego, kto chce lepiej rozumie kultur i sytuacj duchow wsp czesnego cz owieka.
  • Title: Pochwała nudy
  • Author: Joseph Brodsky
  • ISBN: 9788324040926
  • Page: 118
  • Format: Paperback

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Magdalen Feb 21, 2020 - 16:10 PM
Κοτζαμάν Brodsky και μας δίνουν 5 αφηγήματαΥπέροχος λόγος, αλλά η θεματολογία αν εξαιρέσω μερικά σημεία ήταν αδιάφορη. Πέρασε και δεν ακούμπησε ο αγαπητός Γιόζεφ.
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Hadrian Feb 21, 2020 - 16:10 PM
An idiosyncratic collection of essays and other criticism. Brodky's English is witty, complicated, distinctive, and a bit strange. Some of his essays wander far away from their established topic, and it is unusual to see him naively lecturing Havel about how poetry is enough to build a nation. When he is talking about other writers - other poets, like Robert Frost or Rainer Maria Rilke - then he is sublime.
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Tom Feb 21, 2020 - 16:10 PM
"A substantial part of what lies ahead of you is going to be claimed by boredom." Imagine starting a commencement address with this line? This is what Brodsky did at Dartmouth, 1989, with his essay "In Praise of Boredom," just one of the brilliant pieces included in his collection On Grief and Reason. (I'd gladly attend more commencement ceremonies at our own campus if we got to hear brutally frank but entertaining and existential addresses like Brodsky's!)In a nutshell, he argues that college d [...]
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Harper Curtis Feb 21, 2020 - 16:10 PM
Brilliant, witty, entertaining.Makes great reading for anyone who is a little bit down in the dumps. Here's a gem from "In Praise of Boredom" (p.111), a commencement address (!) in which Brodsky demonstrates how boredom teaches us to understand time and our own utter insignificance:"what's good about boredom, about anguish and the sense of the meaninglessness of your own, of everything else's existence, is that it is not a deception."Try to embrace, or let yourself be embraced by, boredom and an [...]
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James Feb 21, 2020 - 16:10 PM
On Grief and Reason is a collection of twenty-one essays, all but one written since 1986. Of these, some are without question on a par with the best of his earlier collection, Less Than One. In “Spoils of War,” for instance—an essay classical in form, light in touch—Brodsky continues the amusing and sometimes poignant story of his youth, using those traces of the West—corned-beef cans and shortwave radios as well as movies and jazz—that found their way through the Iron Curtain to exp [...]
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Ariki Brian Feb 21, 2020 - 16:10 PM
Hands down the most enjoyable book I have read,I have had a wry wee grin on my face for the past week because of Brodsky.He turns a cocophany of thoughts into a clear narrative that will had me wondering if I should have Studied literature and philosophy instead of engineering.Thanks for recommending this ( I realize that i im a Mongol addressing a algorithm :-))
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George Greg Feb 21, 2020 - 16:10 PM
Δυσκολοδιάβαστος για μένα. Θέλει πολύ μελέτη. Θα ξαναδιαβαστεί!
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Jay Daze Feb 21, 2020 - 16:10 PM
Twenty-one essays by the Nobel prize-winning poet. Two of the essays are his Noble lecture and his acceptance speech, and many of the other essays were written for occasions or lectures. What makes these essays stick is that Brodsky has the knack of living in his prose pieces and imbuing them with his warm, intelligent personality. I would have payed money to eavesdrop on the parents walking out after listening to his 1989 Dartmouth College commencement address, "In Praise of Boredom". Good luck [...]
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Aaron Feb 21, 2020 - 16:10 PM
Before I knew Brodsky was a poet I was drawn to the thoughtful and expansive essays in Less Than One. The essays in this book are fewer in number but are no less universal in their understanding. The essays on life in the Soviet Union and the titular essay are among the most moving prose I've ever read.
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H Feb 21, 2020 - 16:10 PM
from THE CONDITION WE CALL EXILETo be lost in mankind, in the crowd--crowd?--among billions; to become a needle in that proverbial haystack--but a needle someone is searching for--that's what exile is all about. Put down your vanity, it says, you are but a grain of sand in the desert. Measure yourself not against your pen pals but against human infinity: it is about as bad as the inhuman one. Out of that you should speak, not out of your envy or ambition. (25)For the other truth of the matter is [...]
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NIKI Feb 21, 2020 - 16:10 PM
Μια συλλογή δοκιμίων που με κάποιο τρόπο σχετίζονται με την Ελλάδα (ας πούμε). Ο τρόπος που γράφει ο Μπρόντσκι ειναι ιδιαίτερα διορατικός και μελετημένος και αυτο σε κεντρίζει, αλλα μερικές φορές μου φάνηκε οτι τραβούσε αρκετα
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Constanza Flores Feb 21, 2020 - 16:10 PM
Sus ensayos son maravillosos. Sobretodo "Cómo leer un libro" donde el autor recomiendo lo que debemos leer sí o sí antes de irnos de este mundo!
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Nancy Feb 21, 2020 - 16:10 PM
Nobel Prize winner.but still his essay 'A Cat's Meow' is worth 1 star. Just awful.I will read essay 'On Grief and Reason'd give him a second chance.
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Mauro Feb 21, 2020 - 16:10 PM
Um resuminho dos dois primeiros textos, só para dar um gostinho. O "Grief and Reason" propriamente dito, sobre o Robert Frost, é um primor.Spoils of War.Reminiscências do pós-guerra, na Rússia. As crianças, diz Brodsky, foram as pessoas que mais lucraram com a guerra, com as coisas que tinham para fantasiar e romantizar, especialmente as vindas do Leste (mais especificamente dos EUA). Os filmes – que mostravam o individualismo dos heróis solitários, em contraste com a sociedade comuno- [...]
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l. Feb 21, 2020 - 16:10 PM
ugh the misconception that Marcus Aurelius did something out of the ordinary in not adopting an heir really irritates me (#my worthless degree) but pedantry aside, a good collection. The style gets a bit annoying at times (he keeps pausing to ask you to bear with him and he does repeat himself & digress quite a lot), but there are some very lovely passages on time, antiquity, exile, boredom etc. The essay on Frost is wonderful - if only poetry was explained that well in school I didn't quite [...]
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Tsvetoslav Shalev Feb 21, 2020 - 16:10 PM
I must admit that I bought this book without doing much research. And as a man who has little interest in ancient authors and poetry in general, I found myself skipping pages. Still, one should really appreciate the genius of Joseph Brodsky. A must-read for anyone who loves literature.
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Ajai Mangattu Feb 21, 2020 - 16:10 PM
It s a wonderful collection of prose on poetry and literature in general. There s his nobel lecture and acceptance speech. A homage to Marcus Aurelius and essays on Hardy,Frost and Rilke r exceptionally imaginative and enchanting.
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Nancy Rojo Feb 21, 2020 - 16:10 PM
I haven't really finished the whole book. I purchased it for the essay in the title and that was excellent. The rest of the essays will be read while waiting in the car because I always keep a book in the car for short reads.
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Nino Meladze Feb 21, 2020 - 16:10 PM
I was touched deeply by most of the essays, especially those that were referring to Joseph's memories and associations. Brodsky is an author with expressive, pointed views which may be disliked, or on the contrary admired. I am, clearly, on the latter end.
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Clauber Torres Feb 21, 2020 - 16:10 PM
Eu nunca liguei muito pra ensaios até conhecer Joseph Brodsky. A sua excelente escrita, aliada a um senso crítico pertinente e um bom senso de humor me fizeram repensar o ensaio como uma leitura obrigatória para acompanhar o pensamento sobre determinada época.
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James Feb 21, 2020 - 16:10 PM
there's some really great bits on stoicism however most of it is brodsky close reading his favourite poems - which i guess means im the fool for expecting a book of essays from a poet to be anything else.
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Sally Feb 21, 2020 - 16:10 PM
Some of the essays were wonderful - particularly "Spoils of War" about his youth in Russia, and his insightful title essay on Frost - and Brodsky is always a master stylist. But I grew tired of his rather cynical outlook.
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Jesse Feb 21, 2020 - 16:10 PM
Good stuff. Several of the essays are very insightful. He is also well read and he comes at things from a different angle sometimes. I appreciated his suggestion that we should evaluate political candidates on which books they have or have not read. Overall, a good collection.
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Jenny (Reading Envy) Feb 21, 2020 - 16:10 PM
Has the speech "How to Read a Book"
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Liya Wu Feb 21, 2020 - 16:10 PM
This is a great book with 21 essays collection of Stephen Brodsky, wonderful journey for poetry and literature in general.
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Xio Feb 21, 2020 - 16:10 PM
So far so good. I enjoy the argument.
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Alla Polyakova Feb 21, 2020 - 16:10 PM
a couple of the essays were great, but the majority spoke to a particular audience that the speech was intended for and really lost me.
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Pochwała nudy By Joseph Brodsky Legendarne eseje rosyjskiego noblisty Mimo up ywu lat zaskakuj dociekliwo ci i aktualno ci Brodski zmusza do rewizji pogl d w i przemy lenia w asnych postaw Ods ania oblicze wiecznego buntownika.Ostatni tom esej w Josifa Brodskiego, wznowiony z okazji 20 rocznicy mierci poety odczyta mo na jako jego duchowy testament Bardzo osobiste rozwa ania na temat kultury i wLegendarne eseje rosyjskiego noblisty Mimo up ywu lat zaskakuj dociekliwo ci i aktualno ci Brodski zmusza do rewizji pogl d w i przemy lenia w asnych postaw Ods ania oblicze wiecznego buntownika.Ostatni tom esej w Josifa Brodskiego, wznowiony z okazji 20 rocznicy mierci poety odczyta mo na jako jego duchowy testament Bardzo osobiste rozwa ania na temat kultury i wsp czesnego wiata pora aj szczero ci os d w Brodski zar wno wtedy, kiedy pisze o Marku Aureliuszu czy szpiegu rosyjskim Kimie Philby, jak i w przem wieniu do absolwent w Ann Arbor czy we wspomnieniu z podr y do Brazylii zmusza czytelnika do rewizji pogl d w i przemy lenia w asnych postaw R wnocze nie ods ania swoje oblicze wiecznego buntownika, zranionego przez ycie i kochaj cego je do upojenia.Eseje Josifa Brodskiego pomimo up ywu czasu wci zaskakuj swoj dociekliwo ci i aktualno ci Lektura obowi zkowa, dla ka dego, kto chce lepiej rozumie kultur i sytuacj duchow wsp czesnego cz owieka.

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