Fathers and Children

Fathers and Children When a young graduate returns home he is accompanied much to his father and uncle s discomfort by a strange friend who doesn t acknowledge any authorities who doesn t accept a single principle on f

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  • Title: Fathers and Children
  • Author: Ivan Turgenev Michael Pursglove
  • ISBN: 9781847494894
  • Page: 284
  • Format: Paperback
  • When a young graduate returns home he is accompanied, much to his father and uncle s discomfort, by a strange friend who doesn t acknowledge any authorities, who doesn t accept a single principle on faith Turgenev s masterpiece of generational conflict shocked Russian society when it was published in 1862 and continues today to seem as fresh and outspoken as it did to tWhen a young graduate returns home he is accompanied, much to his father and uncle s discomfort, by a strange friend who doesn t acknowledge any authorities, who doesn t accept a single principle on faith Turgenev s masterpiece of generational conflict shocked Russian society when it was published in 1862 and continues today to seem as fresh and outspoken as it did to those who first encountered its nihilistic hero.

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    1. Fathers and Sons (FS) apparently pleased no one on in Russia on publication, and if not precisely ‘shocked’ the muchadumbre, then surely ruffled feathers and rubbed salt in fresh wounds: that, in any event, is the general promise in the blurb on the back cover of the book. Goody. I like a scandal better than the next person, for sure. So I tore into it with gusto.Alas, though. There is no scandal to be had here. I mean, not even remotely: not even a whiff of it. The big brouhaha seems to evo [...]

    2. Fathers feel that they now belong to bygone times and sons feel that they have learned enough to indoctrinate new scientific theories and philosophies to the fathers. This happens today and this happened in this realistic classical work, based on the Russian society of mid 19th century. The story begins with two brothers. First one, Nikolai Petrovitch, who had lost his wife, but there remained a sense of well-spent life, as his son was growing up under his eyes and, second Pavel Petrovitch, on t [...]

    3. I had some doubts upon reading Turgenev for the first time, could he really stand up with the likes of Tolstoy and Dostoyevsky?, simple answer, yes. Fathers and Sons, although not on an epic level in terms of length, does an authentic and realistic job of presenting an account of upper class 19th century Russian provincial life, and indeed it doesn't surprise me he gained greater respect in some parts in regards to the two other Russian greats. Turgenev arguably had better popularity due to his [...]

    4. If you want to read a great Russian novel, but your wrists are to weak for Karenina or Brothers K, this is your jam. It's almost allegorical in its deployment of the characters' various philosophies, but they're so human it's like watching Chekhov play across the page. For a book written in the mid-late 19th century, it's amazingly relevant: a pithy study of conservativism, liberalism, radicalism, quietism, and filial love and rebellion. The bad-tempered anarchist, Bazarov, is a character for th [...]

    5. Tremendous. Forget the patchy, barely coherent A Hero of Our Time. This is your pre-Tolstoy, pre-Dostoevsky (almost—excusing a decade or two) Russian masterpiece. Do you want to be a nihilist with a casual interest in botany and medicine? Do you sneer at aristocratic values but have the hots for a milf with a vassal-soaked estate? Do you treat your father’s house like a hotel, and only pay fleeting three-year visits, during which you torment your poor mother and her servants? Do you want to [...]

    6. My main issue with this book: too short. An odd thing to think of when the too short object in question is a Russian novel concerning cultural upheaval and aristocracy and all sorts of young ones running around screeching newfangled ideas at the top of their lungs, but 'tis true. A while back, someone somewhere on coined the term 'soap opera with brains', a literature type that hasn't popped up in my reading since The Age of Reason but can be (much more enjoyably, I dare say) applied here with [...]

    7. 874. Отцы и дѣти = Fathers and Sons = Fathers and Children, Ivan TurgenevFathers and Sons (Russian: «Отцы и дети»; Ottsy i deti), also translated more literally as Fathers and Children, is an 1862 novel by Ivan Turgenev, and ties with A Nest of Gentlefolk for the repute of being his best novel.Major characters: Yevgeny Vasilevich Bazarov – A nihilist and medical student. Arkady Nikolaevich Kirsanov – A recent graduate of St. Petersburg University and friend of Bazarov. Ni [...]

    8. This novel opens up with one son returning to his father. The son in question is newly graduate Arkady Kirsanov, who returns home accompanied by his nihilist friend Bazarov. Arkady’s father Nikolai welcomes his son and his friend Bazarov with open arms. Nikolai is naturally happy to have his son back, doing his best to make these young men feel welcome. However, the new philosophical system these young man advocate causes Nikolai to feel uneasy. What kind of philosophical system is it? Well, t [...]

    9. Μεγάλο έργο, αν και μέχρι τελευταία στιγμή δεν ήμουν σίγουρος για το 5. Πρωτότυπο βιβλίο. Πολύ έντονες οι επιρροές του από τη γαλλική λογοτεχνία. Άλλωστε για πολλά χρόνια ο συγγραφέας έζησε στη Γαλλία, αλλά και σε Γερμανία, Αγγλία. Οι χαρακτήρες μου θύμισαν Μπουβάρ και Πεκισέ [...]

    10. This is a novel that should probably be read by everybody (fathers, sons, mothers, daughters) at 18 years and again at 50 years. I'm somewhere in between, but it still enchanted me. 'Fathers and Sons' themes are universal, but also very relevant to Russia in the 1860s (post Emancipation Reform of 1861). IT is about the struggles between generations. It is is a novel about beauty, love, relationships, power, social etiquitte, etc. The duality of the generations in 'Fathers and Sons' allowed Turge [...]

    11. I started reading this book because I was looking for clues to help me decipher William Trevor’s Reading Turgenev but I didn’t really find many - I’ve since realised that Trevor was mostly referring to a different Turgenev novel, On the Eve. In fact Fathers and Sons has more in common with another book I read recently, Belinda McKeon’s Solace. Both novels are concerned with the gaps in comprehension between people of different generations, in particular between fathers and sons and the t [...]

    12. I re-read Fathers and Sons for a couple reasons; 1) I have been on a small Rereading Great Russian Novel kick the last couple years and 2) I was interested in what the book might have to say about the relationships between fathers and sons. As to #1, this novel was the first Great Russian Novel to achieve international fame, paving the way for--in my estimation—greater works from Dostoevsky and Tolstoy, but it’s also pretty legitimately great in its own right. As to #2, I think it’s less a [...]

    13. Μία από τις πολλές λογοτεχνικές μου αμαρτίες είναι ότι ως τώρα δεν είχα διαβάσει κανένα βιβλίο του Ιβάν Τουργκένιεφ, τελικά το έκανα και αισθάνομαι ιδιαίτερα χαρούμενος που γνώρισα έναν πραγματικά σπουδαίο συγγραφέα. Το συγκεκριμένο βιβλίο θεωρείται το μεγάλο αριστούργη [...]

    14. دوستانِ گرانقدر، داستان جهتِ چکیده نویسی چیز خاصی ندارد نکتۀ قابل توجه و جالب در این داستان این بود که نقش اول هایِ داستان مدام در حالِ تغییر بودند، ابتدا «نیکلا پترویج» و «آرکادی» شخصیتِ اصلی بودند و سپس آهسته آهسته <بازارف> و «پاول» جایِ آن دو تن را گرفتندبه نظرِ من معتقد [...]

    15. I knew becoming a parent would be a lot of work but I wasn’t prepared for the pile of worry that came with it, nor for how quickly that pile would grow into a mountain.It starts with the childhood illnesses: a thirty-nine degree fever? It must be meningitis. Then the real worries come, beginning with education. My nine year old has a B+ in drama and C in math. It’s all over: a life spent waiting tables before the big break which never comes. Don’t worry, we’ll be there for you son. In th [...]

    16. A proto-punk and a proto-metrosexual demand satisfaction from one another because the first macked on the latter's bro's baby mama. The gentry can't really rage against the machine, they're jackdaws, domesticated dogs. Guys in their early twenties have apparently always sort of sucked, albeit in an intellectually sexy way as long as they don't lack confidence. Repudiate, repudiate, repudiate, champion only what's useful, no authority other than oneself. Blame testosterone plus higher education? [...]

    17. I suspect ‘Fathers and Sons’ is too deeply a product of its particular time and place to be enjoyable now without a sense of the Russian history that has molded this novel into what it is. I began without a background, and though it was agreeable all the way through, I really didn’t find it gripping enough – surely it was an evergreen conflict, even if not on every count? The struggle between the titular Fathers and Sons is an eternal one, and I was surprised at my reluctance to engage w [...]

    18. To begin with, I never intended to read 'Fathers and Sons' by Turgenev in the first place; rather, it was one of the lesser known works of this lesser known Russian master, 'Sketches from a hunter's album' that I sought so eagerly. But after searching for the latter endlessly, my efforts proved futile as I was unable to get my hands on it. Later, I remember stumbling upon an excerpt of 'Fathers and Sons', and it piqued my curiosity. The excerpt was such:“Whereas I think: I’m lying here in a [...]

    19. “It turns out there's empty space in my suitcase and I'm stuffing hay into it. That's just how it is in the suitcase of our lives; it doesn't matter what you stuff in, as long as there's no empty space.”Whatever problems in the nineteenth century Russia Turgenev, through Fathers and Sons, touches at, all he does is simply portray them with the most stirring sincerity, and this sincerity becomes more important than the fact that he doesn’t provide any solution to these problems; in fact, he [...]

    20. You might not know about this but ol' Turgenev was sortof a big deal back in the day. This book here in particular paved the way for some of those guys you mighta heard more about - fellas named Tolstoy and Dostoevsky. I don't know why I've started talking like an old-timey prospector. This was a landmark in realism - the big dude before this was Gogol - and also a landmark in not hating serfs (erGogol again). Which the thing with serfs is it was like slaves except not stolen from Africa. Sot ba [...]

    21. "Every single man hangs by a thread, a bottomless pit can open beneath him any minute, and yet he still goes on thinking up unpleasantness for himself and making a mess of his life." -Bazarov, in Fathers and SonsFinally, a dusty old classic that lives up to its reputation. Turgenev's Fathers and Sons is pleasingly warm and crisply distilled vodka, a rich and pungent family saga that even a mildly disappointing heart-tugging finale can't ruin. It's like Russia's Catcher in the Rye but from way wa [...]

    22. her klasik ve rus edebiyatı eseri gibi yıllardır okumayı bekliyordum ama benim için bu kitabı bir adım öne çıkaran şey turgenyev'in dostoyevski ve tolstoy ile bitmek bilmeyen kavgalarını öğrenmek ve tabi ki orhan pamuk'un sessiz ev'de nilgün'e bu kitabı okutması oldu. kavgayı uzun uzun bu review'a yazmak istemiyorum, şuradan: akintiyakurek/ okuyabilirsiniz. fakat bu anlaşmazlıklarda ön plana çıkan ve bi nevi anlaşmazlığın sebebi de olan dostoyevski'nin rusya sevgisi [...]

    23. Υποστηρίζεται ότι ο Ντοστογιεφσκι έγραψε το Αδερφοί Καραμαζοφ και τον ήρωα του Ιβάν Καραμαζοφ ως σλαβοφιλη απάντηση στον Μπαζαροφ του Τουργκιενεφ. Εντούτοις οι πραγματικοί Πατέρες και οι πραγματικοί γιοι του έργου είναι οι άρχοντες και οι μουζικοι. Ο συγγραφέας γοητεύετ [...]

    24. Okuduğum klasikler arasında beni en çok etkileyen, en çok sarsan kitaplardan birisi oldu. Lakin bunun sebebi duygusal değildi;Ülkemizde yazınsal üretimin veya bir sinema filminin beğenilebilmesi için mutlaka kişide güçlü bir duygusal etki oluşturması gerekir. Ya çok güldürecek, ya da ağlatacaktır. Yeşilçamda en çok göreceğimiz şey budur ki bugün üretilen sinema filmlerinde de aynı şeyi göreceksiniz.Bu kitabın pek çok kişi tarafından sevilme sebeplerinden biris [...]

    25. (review in English below)"Pais e Filhos não só é o melhor romance de Turguéniev, mas também um dos maiores romances do século XIX."Assim começa o Posfácio de Nabokov a esta obra. Permito-me discordar e até me parece que o próprio Nabokov acaba por desdizer esta afirmação ao longo desse mesmo Posfácio. Vejamos:"Descobrimos uma característica fora do vulgar na estrutura de Turguéniev, que tem sérios problemas em apresentar dignamente os seus personagens: vai-lhes construindo geneal [...]

    26. "Sönmek üzere olan kandile üfleyin sönsün" Hiç bir şeyin içi boş kalmıyor! Yüreğini boşaltıyorsun! Sevmem diyorsun! Seviyorsun! Acı çekiyorsun. Beyini boşalttığında, daha çok düşünüyorsun. Umursamam diyorsun! Umursuyorsun! Tam bitirdim derken kışı, bahar geliyor. Bir tomurcuk çiçek açıyor. Meyve veriyor ağaç. Isırıyorsun! Hiç birşey yok olmuyor! Varoluşun algısı mı? Yoksa gerçek mi? Kırılan taş ufalansa da yok olmuyor!Tam yok olduğunu sandığında [...]

    27. ***I will never get used to the way Russian novelists constantly switch from using first names to first name diminutives to patronymics to surnames to refer to characters. Never. I never will. I swear on Franz Kafka's grave, which I have visited and left flowers on.***That aside, I liked this a lot more than I thought I would! I don’t know what I expected, exactly, but it wasn’t thins.I was feeling pretty smug as Bazarov/Yevgeny/Vasilyevich/the doctor/whoever was gobsmacked by the terrible t [...]

    28. Quando penso alla Russia e ai suoi scrittori mi vengono in mente Dostoevskij e Tolstoj, ma posso dire che Turgenev può entrare a pieno titolo in questo trittico e questo romanzo ne è un esempio. Ho viaggiato nella campagna russa, assaporando gli odori ed i profumi di questa terra, a contatto con personaggi come Bazarov, l'incarnazione del nichilismo, che mi ha accompagnato in questo percorso."Padri e figli" si concentra, non solo sul contrasto tra la conservazione dei primi e la contestazione [...]

    29. Um romance que teve impacto no seu tempo, relevante no abrir de novos ideais e horizontes intelectuais, mas que hoje pouco diz. Não que o que diz e quando o disse não continue a ser relevante de uma perspectiva histórica, mas antes porque enquanto romance é meramente mediano. Este pode até ser o melhor do legado de Turgenev, mas se o é, e se ainda é recordado, apenas às ideias que defendia o deve, tendo este usado o romance como mero envelope, já que pouco mais podemos aproveitar desta [...]

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