O Judeu

O Judeu Aconteceu que o segundo pelot o do terceiro regimento de Ashkadar se viu completamente separado do corpo principal do ex rcito e isso sem perder um nico cartucho ou soldado O que os levou a tal situa

  • Title: O Judeu
  • Author: Mikhail Petrovich Artsybashev Sofia Gomes
  • ISBN: 9789898292186
  • Page: 454
  • Format: Paperback
  • Aconteceu que o segundo pelot o do terceiro regimento de Ashkadar se viu completamente separado do corpo principal do ex rcito e isso sem perder um nico cartucho ou soldado O que os levou a tal situa o, e por que motivo um grupo de homens, uns quinze ou vinte, de repente se tornou uma unidade de combate independente, nenhum deles sabia explicar No in cio, todo o regimeAconteceu que o segundo pelot o do terceiro regimento de Ashkadar se viu completamente separado do corpo principal do ex rcito e isso sem perder um nico cartucho ou soldado O que os levou a tal situa o, e por que motivo um grupo de homens, uns quinze ou vinte, de repente se tornou uma unidade de combate independente, nenhum deles sabia explicar No in cio, todo o regimento de Ashkadar atravessou zelosamente aquela longa noite de Outono, por uma estrada intermin vel que ia dar ningu m sabia onde, at chegar a um lugar escuro, h mido, hostil Fumar ou conversar era proibido Na escurid o, a massa negra do regimento de baionetas espetadas parecia um porco espinho gigantesco a marchar em frente, enchendo o ar com o tropel de in meros p s.

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    1. Mikhail Petrovich Artsybashev Sofia Gomes

      Mikhail Petrovich Artsybashev Russian was a Russian writer and playwright, and a major proponent of the literary style known as naturalism He was the great grandson of Tadeusz Ko ciuszko and the father of Boris Artzybasheff, who emigrated to the United States and became famous as an illustrator.Artsybashev was born in Khutor Dubroslavovka, Akhtyrka Uezd, Kharkov Gubernia currently Sumy Oblast, Ukraine His father was a small landowner and a former officer His mother died of tuberculosis when he was only 3 years old He attended school in Okhtyrka until the age of 16 From 1895 to 1897 he was an office worker He studied at the Kharkov School of Drawing and Art 1897 1898 During this time he lived in poverty, and was often unable to buy art supplies In 1897 he attempted suicide In 1898 he married Anna Vasilyevna Kobushko, with whom he had his son Boris The couple separated in 1900.In 1898 he relocated to Saint Petersburg, where he worked as a freelance journalist, and published humorous stories In 1901 he was expelled from the city for taking part in a demonstration He wrote his first important work of fiction, the story Pasha Tumanov in 1901, but was unable to publish it until 1905 due to its being banned by the censor.He considered his novel The Death of Ivan Lande 1904 to be his best work, but his major success was the novel Sanin 1907 , which scandalized his Russian readers and was prohibited in many countries He wrote Sanin in 1903, but was unable to publish it until 1907, again due to censorship The protagonist of the novel ignores all social conventions and specializes in seducing virgin country girls In one notorious scene, a girl tries to wash embarrassing white stains off her dress after sexual intercourse with Sanin The novel was written under the influence of the philosophy of Max Stirner, and was meant to expound the principles of Individualist anarchism.He moved to Moscow in 1912 In 1917 18 he published his anti Bolshevik work Notes of a Writer In 1923 Artzybashev was granted Polish citizenship and emigrated to Poland, where he edited the newspaper For Liberty He was known as an irreconcilable enemy of the Bolshevik regime, and Soviet critics dubbed the novels of his followers saninstvo and artsybashevchina both terms are considered derogatory He died in Warsaw on March 3, 1927.

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    1. This little book brings us three also very short stories, as has become customary in this collection.The first story is called then, "The Jew".Tell us the story of Hershel Mak. It is the story of a small official, Jew, which is usually integrated into the Russian Army and starting to gain familiarity with other officers of his own regiment, in particular with a "Jewish-cover light gray" and finally become great friends.The second story goes by the name of "The Revolutionary".A renowned teacher i [...]



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