Taras Bulba

  • Title: Taras Bulba
  • Author: Nikolai Vasilievich Gogol
  • ISBN: 8448700457
  • Page: 403
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    268 thoughts on “Taras Bulba”

    1. Es difícil de creer que los cosacos fueran así. Trata a las religiones como cosa de retrasados mentales. Pesimista. Refleja una sociedad de psicöpatas


    2. The story lives up to its lore: it is Homeric. It's worth your time to read it. You'll know a little more of the Ukraine, of the steppes, and of the Cossacks. You'll know a little more about Russian literature. If you're like me, you'll have poured thimblefuls into an abyss of ignorance. And have had fun pouring.


    3. Great book! Comparable and compared by great authors and poets to be very near to and even an equivalent of the great epics of Homer, The Iliad and Odyssey. That is how good the book is! Great for understanding cossack life in Ukraine, but do your research so you can understand the actual history as it can be confusing when almost everything is called russian instead of ukrainian!


    4. The characters in Russian literature have never been known for being truth-seekers, but they are never passive and are always self-aware. They seem to always want to prove a point, and if they wrestle with circumstances it is only because they enjoy the challenges that such circumstances offer. Gogol's Taras Bulba is no exception to this generalization, and if he were judged by modern terminology he might be classified as a terrorist. But as John Cournos, who wrote the introduction to this colle [...]


    5. I enjoyed the window into Cossack life and this time period. The story? Somewhat improbable. No real likable characters. A father destroys his family through his own foolishness.


    6. Peter Constantine's translation of Nikolai Gogol's Taras Bulba is the best version I've read. All previous translations seem to be lacking in verve and energy.Constantine's version of Taras Bulba seems to differ also from other translations in that Constantine translates Taras Bulba's sons as sporting 'chub', a scalplock on an otherwise shaven head. All other translations (at least the ones I've read) translate 'chub' as sidelocks or " long locks of hair on the temples", much like the jewish pey [...]


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