The Golovlyov Family: Shchedrin (New York Review Books Classics)

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Book by Shchedrin Mikhail Evgrafovich Saltykov Saltykov Mi

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...Strikingly powerful, convincing, and impressive.
-- "The New York Times
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This is a tragic story, deeply moving, and by means of the figures that pass through it, relentlessly depicts the Russia that so inevitably prepared the Revolution. The book is a classic in its own country, and it is obvious why.
-- "The Spectator
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The Golovlyov Family has been described as the gloomiest of Russian novels. Certainly the characters are all wretched or unpleasant, and the reader of the novels who professes that strange but common English attitude to literature: "Would I like to meet these people?" must leave the book alone. Shchedrin's book is not gloomy; it is powerful. It communicates power. It places an enormous experience in our hands. How many realists simply indulge in an orgy of determinism and seek only evidence that indicates damnation....[Shchedrin] is not looking for quick moral returns. His method is exhaustive and not summary. The compensations of life are not moral; they are simply more life of a different kind.
-- V.S. Pritchett, "The Nation
"
The whole novel is practically a picture of a complete dehumanization of human beings, of an absolute victory of matter over spirit. And as such it is strikingly powerful, convincing, and impressive.
-- "The New York Times"

Strikingly powerful, convincing, and impressive.
"The New York Times
"
This is a tragic story, deeply moving, and by means of the figures that pass through it, relentlessly depicts the Russia that so inevitably prepared the Revolution. The book is a classic in its own country, and it is obvious why.
"The Spectator
"
The Golovlyov Family has been described as the gloomiest of Russian novels. Certainly the characters are all wretched or unpleasant, and the reader of the novels who professes that strange but common English attitude to literature: Would I like to meet these people? must leave the book alone. Shchedrin s book is not gloomy; it is powerful. It communicates power. It places an enormous experience in our hands. How many realists simply indulge in an orgy of determinism and seek only evidence that indicates damnation .[Shchedrin] is not looking for quick moral returns. His method is exhaustive and not summary. The compensations of life are not moral; they are simply more life of a different kind.
V.S.Pritchett, "The Nation
"
The whole novel is practically a picture of a complete dehumanization of human beings, of an absolute victory of matter over spirit. And as such it is strikingly powerful, convincing, and impressive.
"The New York Times""

Strikingly powerful, convincing, and impressive.
The New York Times

This is a tragic story, deeply moving, and by means of the figures that pass through it, relentlessly depicts the Russia that so inevitably prepared the Revolution. The book is a classic in its own country, and it is obvious why.
The Spectator

The Golovlyov Family has been described as the gloomiest of Russian novels. Certainly the characters are all wretched or unpleasant, and the reader of the novels who professes that strange but common English attitude to literature: Would I like to meet these people? must leave the book alone. Shchedrin s book is not gloomy; it is powerful. It communicates power. It places an enormous experience in our hands. How many realists simply indulge in an orgy of determinism and seek only evidence that indicates damnation .[Shchedrin] is not looking for quick moral returns. His method is exhaustive and not summary. The compensations of life are not moral; they are simply more life of a different kind.
V.S.Pritchett, The Nation

The whole novel is practically a picture of a complete dehumanization of human beings, of an absolute victory of matter over spirit. And as such it is strikingly powerful, convincing, and impressive.
The New York Times"

Biografía del autor:

Mikhail Evgrafovich Saltykov, pen-name Shchedrin, (1826-1889) is known as Russia s greatest satirist. Born into the landed gentry, he worked as a civil servant while writing and editing for radical journals. Though he was exiled for seven years, he maintained an unflagging attack on Russia s social institutions, the new bourgeois capitalists, and the cowardice of the educated classes. Shchedrin showed his talents in theFables, The History of a Town, and his masterpiece, The Golovlyov Family.
James Woodis a novelist, staff critic atThe New Yorkermagazine, andProfessor of the Practice of Literary Criticism atHarvard University."

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