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Один день Ивана Денисовича Free read ☆ 2 ´ Solzhenitsyn's first book this economical relentless novel is one of the most forceful artistic indictments of political oppression in the Stalin era Soviet Union The simply told story of a typical grueling day of the titular character's life in a labOf the titular character's life in a labor camp in Siberia is a modern classic of Russian literature and uickly cemented Solzhenitsyn's international reputation upon publication in 1962 It is painfully apparen. It’s been days since I finished this novel but I couldn’t write a review not because I didn’t have time but I felt some impediment by the the historical and human complexity read there The tragedy of the Stalinist lagers Gulag is still today in the 21st century debated and not condemned by all It’s a mind boggling reading that leaves the reader with the redundant head of this obsessive repeated and always eual daily routine colliding with the miracle of the human factor The possibility that men torn apart and crushed by the Stalinist power can still save their dignity and humanity through relationships of esteem and respectThe original title of this novel was Sč 854 but deliberately changed by the Regime because it was considered too direct and brutal it was only the serial number of a gulag prisonerThe story revolves all around Ivan Denisovich who in the narration we will know with the name of Suchov and of his living the days in the gulag through commitments always eual and never in the years changed the alarm clock the count the distribution of the soup o creamy cereal meal the work for the construction of a building or the cleaning of the various cabins of the gulagThis obsession with returning the scan of the days is crazy it even enters your bowels creating almost a sense of physical nausea and sickness Suchov however lives the reality not according to the subdivision of the day but moment by moment with the idea of always finding strategies or favors pleasures always in relationships of respect and honesty in order to receive his farmstead cream of poor cereals a little 'abundant than the 100 grams counted for each imprisonedMoves to read as in front of an organized prison system and detached from any possibility of good Suchov his Turjn camp team Pavlo the deputy Ukrainian foreman and other characterscreate this kind of survival based on the will to have at heart life their destinies and respect for the other imprisoned A kind of attitude accepted by all of them without words but lived deeply and respected in every day month and year lived together It strikes as a whipping that the reality of God was not taken out by the soul of these people shyly and repeatedly Suchov invokes the mystery He who has done everything and cannot do anything against the evil of man because he deliberately created freeYou close this shocking book having in mind that all this was experienced in the 1950s Most of these characters are men who really existed who also spent 25 years in the Stalinist gulags for the most disparate reasonsWhat a greatness this readingVery interesting is all the historical condition on which this work is based Solženicyn with his most important works Cancer Ward and The Gulag Archipelago created a real earthuake unfortunately after the removal to the power of Nikita Kruscev who wanted the publication of this novel sč 854 was prevented from publishing them if not in 1973PS I was shocked at how many european and american writers and intellectuals have denigrated criticized and reduced to a crazy prisoner Solženicyn and his works as if the saving power and Christian dogmatism present especially in the Gulag Archipelago annihilate and erase the experience and tragedy of entire lives spent in these places Just Go to search yourself and see how many beautiful souls even one Nobel prize person went public being very cold about this man many have refused to consider the grandiosity and the thickness of Solženicyn’s worksSono ormai giorni che ho terminato uesto romanzo ma non sono riuscita a scrivere una recensione non perche non avessi tempo ma sentivo un ualche impedimento data la complessità storica e umana ivi raccontata La tragedia dei lager Gulag staliniani è ancora oggi nel 21° secolo dibattuta e non da tutti condannata E' una lettura sconvolgente che lascia il lettore con la testa ridondante da uesta uotidianità ossessiva ripetuta e sempre uguale che si scontra con il miracolo del fattore umano La possibilità che uomini dilaniati e schiacciati dal potere stalinista riescano comunue a salvare la loro dignità e umanità tramite rapporti di stima e rispettoil titolo originale di uesto romanzo era Sč 854 ma volutamente cambiato dal regime perchè ritenuto troppo diretto e brutale altro non era che il numero di matricola di un detenuto del gulag La storia gira tutta intorno ad Ivan Denisovich che nella narrazione lo conosceremo con il nome di Suchov e del suo vivere i giorni nel gulag attraverso impegni sempre uguali costanti e mai negli anni mutati la sveglia la conta la distribuzione del rancio il lavoro per la costruzione di un edificio o la pulizia delle varie baracche del Gulag uesto ossessività nei riportare la scansione delle giornate è pazzesca ti entra perfino nelle viscere creando uasi un senso di nausea fisica Suchov però vive la realtà non in base alla suddivisione della giornata ma momento per momento istante per istante con l'idea di trovare sempre strategie o favori piaceri sempre in rapporti di rispetto e onestà in modo tale da ricevere la sua cascia crema di cereali poveri un filino piu' abbondante dei 100 gr contati per ogni detenutoCommuove leggere come di fronte a un sistema carcerario organizzato e avulso da ogni possibilità di bene Suchov il suo campo suadra Turjn Pavlo il vice caposuadra ucraino e altri personaggicreino uesta sorta di sopravvivenza basata sulla volontà di avere a cuore la vita i loro destini e il rispetto per il prossimo Una sorta di atteggiamento accettato da tutti loro senza bisogno di parole ma vissuto profondamente e rispettato in ogni loro giornatamese e anno vissuti insieme Colpisce come una frustata che la realtà di Dio non sia stata fatta fuori dall' anima di ueste persone timidamente e piu volte Suchov invoca il mistero colui che ha fatto tutto e non può niente contro il male dell' uomo perchè creato volutamente libero di arbitrio Si chiude il libro sconvolti che tutto uesto è stato vissuto negli anni 50 la maggior parte di uesti personaggi sono uomini realmente esistiti che hanno passato anche 25 anni nei gulag staliniani per i motivi piu' disparati Che grandezza uesta letturaInteressantissima è tutta la condizione storica su cui si basa uest'opera Solženicyn con le sue opere piu importanti Divisione cancro e Arcipelago Gulag creò un vero terremoto purtroppo dopo la rimozione al potere di Nikita Kruscev che volle la pubblicazione di uesto romanzo Sč 854 gli venne impedito di pubblicarli se non nel 1973PS Sono rimasta allibitasconvolta da uanti scrittori e intellettuali abbiano denigrato criticato e ridotto a un pazzo carcerato Solženicyn e le sue opere come se il potere salvifico e il dogmatismo cristiano molto presente soprattutto in Arcipelago gulag annientano e cancellino l' esperienza e la tragedia di vite intere passate in uesti luoghi Andate andate a vedere uante anime belle anche vincitori di Nobel hanno deriso e rifiutato disconoscendo lo spessore delle opere di Solženicyn

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T that Solzhenitsyn himself spent time in the gulags he was imprisoned for nearly a decade as punishment for making derogatory statements about Stalin in a letter to a friend Introduction by Yevgeny Yevtushenko. that day some people drink their first beer or have their first kiss kissedthat day some people wreck their car on some road and some of them tear it all to piecesthat day people lose cherry or goes bananathat day some people find jesus sitting on their bedroom wall and whispering to them it's alright kiddothat day some junkies swallow their pain and a bullet down together into their throat meanwhile some human flesh stuffed wolves feel joy under the warm bright sunlight with their naked eyes open wideon that day i see the devil he tells me that violence has made good friends with liei live in chinaborn and raised

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Один день Ивана ДенисовичаSolzhenitsyn's first book this economical relentless novel is one of the most forceful artistic indictments of political oppression in the Stalin era Soviet Union The simply told story of a typical grueling day. Some Nobel Prizes in Literature resulted in trouble than glory for the laureates Little did it matter to Harry Martinson that his genius epic poem Aniara An Epic Science Fiction Poem spoke for his worthiness as a Nobel Laureate the bad press that followed the announcement ruined his mental health In the case of Solzhenitsyn the attention he received internationally after the award uite literally threatened his physical well being and his ability to live and write in the country he considered his home despite its oppression and crueltyHis most well known work describing one single day in the life of an inmate in a Soviet Gulag uite miraculously was approved for publication in the Soviet Union in 1962 and played a major role in the decision to award Solzhenitsyn the Nobel Prize in 1970As a harrowing cold sharp witness account of the suffering of Gulag prisoners it is a document of universal importance It does for Soviet history what All uiet on the Western Front does for the history of World War I depicting the experience of one protagonist in a sharp realism that makes the reader shudder I felt cold I felt hungry I felt scared I felt harassed I felt helpless I felt hopeless I felt powerless I felt humiliated Every single emotion described in the book immediately transferred to me and made me live through this one particular day in the gulag Very much like the soldier in All uiet on the Western Front the prisoner does not have time to be worrying about the political system that placed him in his living hell His sole focus must be to get through the day and then wake up the next morning and face it again constantly fighting the biological needs of his body The repetition of the suffering is the hellish part of the story made crystal clear in the heartbreaking final sentence“The end of an unclouded day Almost a happy one Just one of the 3653 days of his sentence from bell to bell The extra three were for leap years” For the reader suffering through the ONE SINGLE DAY in a reading chair with a cup of hot tea and shortbread and a warm blanket was hard The unimaginable reality of the real prisoners is summed up in the accurate account of how many of those days they LIVED through not forgetting the three extras for leap years Imagine reading this story 3653 times And it would still be much comfortable than living it And don't forget that you only have to deal with one of the unclouded almost happy days And you don't have to die in the end after years of suffering like the hero of All uiet on the Western Front who lived through the trench warfare reality only to die in October 1918 a completely unimportant random detail in the big schemes of things One day in one life but there were so many daysand so many livesSolzhenitsyn received the Nobel Prize for the ethical force with which he has pursued the indispensable traditions of Russian literature This was already perfectly outlined in One Day and then shown in a magnificent parable in the Cancer Ward where different individuals from a variety of political and social backgrounds find themselves with a disease that destroys them from within and there is nothing they can do to prevent it from happening The gulag was one symptom of the symbolical illness that spread in the Soviet UnionA must read for people interested in the connection between literature and history Put on a warm jacket though it is going to be freezing cold