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Герой нашего времени Il ritratto di Grigorij Aleksandrovic Pecorin, protagonista di Un eroe del nostro tempo, tracciato nel romanzo partendo da tre diversi punti prospettici Se ne ottiene una figura a tre dimensioni, inafferrabile, contraddittoria, misteriosa, ma proprio per questo particolarmente viva e affascinante Noi vediamo Pecorin attraverso gli occhi del capitano in seconda Maksim Maksimyc, uomo russo, ma profondamente radicato nella natura e nella cultura del Caucaso, lo vediamo poi attraverso gli occhi dell autore narratore, uomo russo che vive delle contraddizioni e delle aspirazioni dell intelletto e della cultura russa del tempo, lo vediamo infine attraverso gli occhi suoi stessi, partecipi cos degli slanci, delle pulsioni e delle frustrazioni di uno spirito russo eternamente peregrino e incapace di giungere al proprio compimento Questo effetto di moltiplicazione dei punti di vista che sottintende la ricerca di una forma romanzesca oggettivata si rafforza ulteriormente grazie alla sfasatura della successione cronologica delle cinque narrazioni che compongono quello che stato definito il primo romanzo psicologico russo i racconti Bela, Maksim Maksimyc, Taman , La principessina Mary, Il fatalista.

About the Author: Mikhail Lermontov

, a Russian Romantic writer, poet and painter, sometimes called the poet of the Caucasus , was the most important Russian poet after Alexander Pushkin s death His influence on later Russian literature is still felt in modern times, not only through his poetry, but also by his prose.Lermontov died in a duel like his great predecessor poet, Aleksandr Pushkin Even so tragically strange if not to say fatalistic that both poets described in their major works fatal duel outcomes, in which the main characters Onegin and Pechorin were coming out victorious.

10 thoughts on “Герой нашего времени

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    And now Childe Harold was sore sick at heart,And from his fellow bacchanals would flee Tis said, at times the sullen tear would start,But pride congealed the drop within his e e Lord Byron, Childe Harold s Pilgrimage Canto I, Stanza VI Another life that vanished too soon Mikhail Lermontov was only 26 years old when he was

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    I sing whatever comes into my head It ll be heard by who it s meant for, and who isn t meant to hear won t understand Free will is the ability to chooseNo I would like to believe so But there are countless limitations and restrictions which make me wonder why we have been granted with it, if we are going to be judged and chastised

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    One of the most interesting, eye opening books I ve read I m not that familiar with Russian literature, but the I read, the I m falling in love with them This book has got to be one of the most extended, sustained meditation on the egotistical mind of a young casanova But strangely, the novel doesn t make me despise its protagonist Ther

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    A Hero of Our Time, part swashbuckler, part travelogue, which first appeared in 1839, cleary had an influence over another certain famous Russian writer who sported a great big long grey beard Infact this could quite easily have been written by Tolstoy himself Opening in a vast landscape, the narrator is travelling through the Caucasus, he explai

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    I ve been meaning to read this one for a while It s one of those Russian classics that s always on those lists A Hero of Our Time has an interesting format It s split into sections but these sections are all very different and sometimes don t even involve our hero Pechorin This is all well and good but for a novel that s under 200 pages you d think that

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    ForewordIntroductionAcknowledgementsSuggestions for Further ReadingMap A Hero of Our Time Notes

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    Heros de notretemps A Hero of Our Time, Mikhail Lermontov A Hero of Our Time Russian , Geroy nashego vremeni is a novel by Mikhail Lermontov, written in 1839, published in 1840, and revised in 1841.It is an example of the superfluous man novel, noted for its compelling Byronic hero or antihero Pechorin and for the beautiful descriptions of the Caucasus There are several

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    There is something in A Hero of Our Time that even time is powerless to destroy The novel is full of everlasting feelings and motives that ruled human beings in ancient times and keep ruling now I was so delighted to be so high above the world it was a childlike feeling, I won t deny it, but withdrawing from the demands of society, and drawing near to nature, we become children

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    Zaman m z n Bir Kahraman was published in 1840 It is Mikhail Lermontov s only complete prose work The novel begins relatively simple with a portrayal of Pechorin The beginning it s written in a third person perspective After this it turns in to a diary perspective of Pechorin, so to speak, so the reader gets to know him Above all, there is the slightly satirical depiction of the societ

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    Lermontov was a Russian army officer, an artist and a writer, principally of poetry but also some prose including this work A Hero of Our Time was eventually published as a novel although it is five short stories linked by the central character Pechorin and told by two different narrators Two of the stories were previously published as stand alone works.The book starts with an introduction by

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