Dshamilja

Dshamilja

Chingiz Aitmatov / Apr 06, 2020
Dshamilja Der j hrige Said erz hlt die Geschichte seiner jungen verheirateten Schw gerin Dshamilja W hrend ihr ungeliebter Ehemann an der Front steht lernt die selbstbewusste lebensfrohe Dshamilja den sch
  • Title: Dshamilja
  • Author: Chingiz Aitmatov
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  • Page: 106
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Der 15 j hrige Said erz hlt die Geschichte seiner jungen, verheirateten Schw gerin Dshamilja W hrend ihr ungeliebter Ehemann an der Front steht, lernt die selbstbewusste, lebensfrohe Dshamilja den scheuen, tr umerischen Danijar kennen und lieben Der junge Said erz hlt mit den Augen eines Kindes, das zu verstehen beginnt, welch eine Macht die Liebe sein kann Denn DshamilDer 15 j hrige Said erz hlt die Geschichte seiner jungen, verheirateten Schw gerin Dshamilja W hrend ihr ungeliebter Ehemann an der Front steht, lernt die selbstbewusste, lebensfrohe Dshamilja den scheuen, tr umerischen Danijar kennen und lieben Der junge Said erz hlt mit den Augen eines Kindes, das zu verstehen beginnt, welch eine Macht die Liebe sein kann Denn Dshamilja sagt sich von ihrem Heimatort und den alten Traditionen los und zieht in die Ferne.
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      • Chingiz Aitmatov

        Chinghiz Aitmatov , Tschingis Aitmatow, ingiz Ajtmatov, T ng z Ajtmatov, Cengiz Aytmatov, Tsjingiz Ajtmatov, Tchinguiz A tmatov was an author who wrote in both Russian and Kyrgyz He was the best known figure in Kyrgyzstan literature.Aitmatov s parents were civil servants in Sheker The name Chingiz is the same as the honorary title of Genghis Khan In early childhood he wandered as a nomad with his family, as the Kyrgyzstan people did at the time In 1937 his father was charged with bourgeois nationalism in Moscow, arrested and executed in 1938.Aitmatov lived at a time when Kyrgyzstan was being transformed from one of the most remote lands of the Russian Empire to a republic of the USSR The future author studied at a Soviet school in Sheker He also worked from an early age At fourteen he was an assistant to the Secretary at the Village Soviet He later held jobs as a tax collector, a loader, an engineer s assistant and continued with many other types of work.In 1946 he began studying at the Animal Husbandry Division of the Kirghiz Agricultural Institute in Frunze, but later switched to literary studies at the Maxim Gorky Literature Institute in Moscow, where he lived from 1956 to 1958 For the next eight years he worked for Pravda His first two publications appeared in 1952 in Russian The Newspaper Boy Dziuio and His first work published in Kyrgyz was White Rain in 1954, and his well known work Jamilya appeared in 1958 1980 saw his first novel The Day Lasts More than a Hundred Years his next significant novel, The Scaffold was published in 1988 The Day Lasts More than a Hundred Years and other writings were translated into several languages.Aitmatov suffered kidney failure and on 16 May 2008 was admitted to a hospital in Nuremberg, Germany, where he died of pneumonia on 10 June 2008, aged 79 His obituary in The New York Times characterized him as a Communist writer whose novels and plays before the collapse of the Soviet Union gave a voice to the people of the remote Soviet republic of Kyrgyz and adds that he later became a diplomat and a friend and adviser to the Soviet leader Mikhail S Gorbachev Chinghiz Aitmatov belonged to the post war generation of writers His output before Jamila was not significant, a few short stories and a short novel called Face to Face But it was Jamila that came to prove the author s work Louis Aragon described the novellete as the world s most beautiful love story, raising it even above Rudyard Kipling s World s Most Beautiful Love Story Aitmatov s representative works also include the short novels Farewell, Gulsary , The White Ship, The Day Lasts More Than a Hundred Years, and The Scaffold.Aitmatov was honoured in 1963 with the Lenin Prize for Jamila and later he was awarded a State prize for Farewell, Gulsary Aitmatov s art was glorified by admirers Even critics of Aitmatov mentioned high quality of his novels.Aitmatov s work has some elements that are unique specifically to his creative process His work drew on folklore, not in the ancient sense of it rather, he tried to recreate and synthesize oral tales in the context of contemporary life This is prevalent in his work in nearly every story he refers to a myth, a legend, or a folktale In The Day Lasts More Than a Hundred Years a poetic legend about a young captive turned into a mankurt serves a tragic allegory and becomes a significant symbolic expression of the philosophy of the novel.A second aspect of Aitmatov s writing is his ultimate closeness to our little brothers the animals, for their and our lives are intimately and inseparably connected The two center characters of Farewell, Gulsary are a man and his stallion A camel plays a prominent role in The Day Lasts More Than a Hundred Years one of the key turns of the novel which decides the fate of the main charac


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    1. I think the confusion about what this Aitmatov s 1958 short lyrical novella actually is stems from the often quoted remark by the French writer Louis Aragon, hailing it as the most beautiful love story in the world It is a love story of sorts, but it s not a romance Seeing it as just a tale of two lovers is akin to reducing Anna Karenina to nothing but Anna and Vronsky s affair.Love in this novella is far than simply romance It has a multitude of faces it encompasses everything from tender att [...]


    2. Ya am n ok de erli oldu unu herkes bilir ama o u kimse ya am n her an nda bunun fark nda de ildir De erlidir ya am yle bilgisayar oyunlar nda oynanan, yan nca yeniden ba la ya t klayarak s f rdan ba layam yoruz nk Tek can hakk m z var ve yeme ini yiyip suyunu i ti imiz, havas n t ketti imiz d nyam zdaki bu hakk m z ortalama olarak 70 y lla, ba ka bir deyi le 614.000 saatle s n rl d r ayet geri say m yapan bir saatimiz olsayd kolumuzda, yani zaman ileriye do ru de il de, 614.000 saatten geriye do [...]


    3. , , , , , , , sometimes you have to let go , not all the people in your life are meant to stay , , , , , , , , 3 4


    4. I bought this little book in a charity shop on a total whim, purely because I didn t think I had ever read an author from Kyrgyzstan I am so glad I did, because it was absolutely wonderful The narrator of the tale is teenager Seit, and Jamilia is his sister in law The story tells of the love between Jamilia and a shy newcomer to the village, Daniyar I think because it is told by the youngster, there is a certain innocence in the telling, which is very effective My copy of this book has a quote o [...]


    5. Jamilya Jamila, Chingiz Aitmatov Jamila Russian , Kyrgyz , Jamila is the first major novel by Chingiz Aytmatov, published originally in Russian in 1958 The novel is told from the point of view of a fictional Kyrgyz artist, Seit, who tells the story by looking back on his childhood The story recounts the love between his new sister in law Jamilya and a local crippled young man, Daniyar, while Jamilya s husband, Sadyk, is away at the front as a Soviet soldier during World War II 2009




    6. , , , , , , , , , , , Why do beautiful songs make us sad Because they are not true Nothing is beautiful true , ,



    7. Personaje complexe care au puterea de a i asuma sentimentele Nimic siropos, povestea este construit pe fundalul unor cadre superbe din care muste te via a n toat simplitatea ei La fel i dragosteaSigur voi reveni la Aitmatov


    8. WORLD WAR II PROPAGANDA Do the job he left behind Women in the war we can t win without them The girl he left behind is still behind him she s a WOW Woman Ordinance Worker The women at work, the sooner we win World War II officially lasted from 1939 until 1945, but the causes of the conflict and its horrible aftermath echoed for decades, dominated by unimaginable misery and destruction In the late 1930s, the global population stood at approximately 2 billion In less than a decade, the war betwe [...]




    9. Peguei neste livro com grandes expectativas Vindo do s t o sacril gio da Biblioteca Municipal era me totalmente desconhecido, mas a recomenda o era por demais positiva.Abafei o ruido minha volta com musica nos ouvidos, suficientemente alta para me distanciar do mundo.E assim, que por vezes na nossa vida criamos momentos m gicos que nos ir o ficar na mem ria.Em modo repeti o, o Air de Bach, fundiu se nos acordes melodiosos de uma das escritas mais bonitas que j li Tinham me aconselhado a l lo dev [...]






    10. Sessenta p ginas repletas de amorO brotar do primeiro amor do jovem narradorO amor entre Djamila e Danier um amor improv vel, que nos recorda que n o amamos quem queremos, ou devemosO amor pela grandiosa natureza que, com os seus sons e cores, harmoniza e ilumina estas lindas hist rias de amor



    11. , , , , , , , , , , , , O, My mountains, my blue white mountains,The land of my fathers and grandfathers.My mountains, my blue white mountains,My cradle of life , , , , , , ,




    12. Oxal ressoe em cada uma das minhas pinceladas a can o de Daniar Oxal palpite em cada uma das minhas pinceladas o cora o de Djamila


    13. At just ninety six broad spaced pages, Chingiz Aitmatov s Jamilia wisps by at the speed of a Kyrgyz breeze But for all its brevity, Aitmatov s narrative is so soaked in the richness of both his beloved homeland and the lives of the characters he has crafted within it, that it lingers longer than most novels twice or three times its size.Sometimes, plot synopses cannot do a book justice, however hard you try Suffice to say Jamelia is an almost impossibly delicate tale of a love affair set amid th [...]


    14. Eu acho que nunca esbarraria nesse livro se n o fosse pelo AsianLitBingo e que bom que isso aconteceu Confesso que acabei escolhendo ele pra categoria de Central Asian MC porque 1 o livro curto e 2 seguiria com o meu plano de s ler hist rias de amor porque sou trouxa, como sabido Eu tava com um pouco de medo de n o gostar, porque hist ria sobre um cara falando sobre amar a esposa do irm o podia dar muuuito errado Jamilia, por m, acabou destruindo qualquer expectativa ruim que criei pela obra Sim [...]


    15. What a beautiful, short book This is the second time for me to read a book by the Kirghiz author Chingiz Aitmatov the first being The White Ship Compared to The White Ship, which was the tragic story of an orphan boy and the struggle between modern, oppressive, Soviet culture versus minority traditions, Jamilia is a love story Once again, Aitmatov narrates the story through the voice of young boy In this case he is named Seit, who would later become an artist Most men in the village were sent aw [...]


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