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Слепият музикант By Vladimir Korolenko Асен Григоров Emilia Maslarova In this sketch called by Korolenko a psychological study the author has attempted to analyze the inner life of the blind He has undertaken to lay before the reader not only the psychological process
  • Title: Слепият музикант
  • Author: Vladimir Korolenko Асен Григоров Emilia Maslarova
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  • Слепият музикант By Vladimir Korolenko Асен Григоров Emilia Maslarova In this sketch, called by Korolenko a psychological study, the author has attempted to analyze the inner life of the blind He has undertaken to lay before the reader not only the psychological processes in the mind of the blind, but their suffering from the lack of sight as well, uncomplicated by any untoward circumstances To accomplish this he has placed his hero in mIn this sketch, called by Korolenko a psychological study, the author has attempted to analyze the inner life of the blind He has undertaken to lay before the reader not only the psychological processes in the mind of the blind, but their suffering from the lack of sight as well, uncomplicated by any untoward circumstances To accomplish this he has placed his hero in most favorable, nay, almost exceptional conditions The subjects for this study are a blind girl, whom the author had known as a child a boy, a pupil of his, who was gradually losing his sight and a professional musician, blind from his birth, intellectually gifted, scholarly, and refined.
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      Vladimir Galaktionovich Korolenko Russian was journalist, human rights activist and humanitarian His short stories were known for their harsh description of nature based on his experience of exile in Siberia Korolenko was a strong critic of the Tsarist regime and in his final years of the Bolsheviks.Korolenko s first short stories were published in 1879 However, his literary career was interrupted that year when he was arrested for revolutionary activity and exiled to the Vyatka region for five years In 1881 he refused to swear allegiance to the new Tsar Alexander III and was exiled farther, to Yakutia.Upon his return from the exile, he had stories published Makar s Dream , Son Makara established his reputation as a writer when it was published in 1885 The story, based on a dying peasant s dream of heaven, was translated and published in English in 1892.Korolenko settled in Nizhniy Novgorod shortly afterwards and continued publishing popular short stories He published a novel Slepoi Musykant in 1886, which was published in English as The Blind Musician in 1896 1898.After visiting the Chicago exhibition during 1893, Korolenko wrote the story Without Language , Bez Yazyka based on what happens to a Ukrainian peasant who immigrates to the USA His final story Mgnovenie, Blink of an Eye , was published in 1900.By then, Korolenko was well established among Russian writers He was a member of the Russian Academy of Sciences but resigned in 1902 when Maxim Gorky was expelled as a member because of his revolutionary activities Anton Chekhov resigned from the Academy for the same reason.In 1895, Korolenko became the editor of the periodical Russkoe Bogatstvo Russian Wealth and used this position to criticise alleged injustices occurring under the tsar He also used his position to publish reviews of important pieces of literature such as Chekhov s final play The Cherry Orchard in 1904.Vladimir Korolenko was a lifetime opponent of Czarism and reservedly welcomed the Russian Revolution of 1917 However, he soon opposed the Bolsheviks as their despotic nature became evident During the Russian Civil War that ensued, he criticized both Red Terror and White Terror.He worked on an autobiography Istoria moego sovremenika The History of My Contemporary.Korolenko advocated for human rights and against injustices and persecutions on the basis of social class by his essay During The Starving Year, 1891 1892 , nationalism in his article The Multanskoye Affair, 1895 1896 , and criticised 1 the anti Semitic Beilis trial in his Call to the Russian People in regard to the blood libel of the Jews, 1911 1913.He died in Poltava in the Ukrainian Soviet Socialist Republic on December 25, 1921.

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    1. Slepoi muzykant The blind musician, Vladimir Korolenko 1336 168 1346 212 1352 1283 1388 9789644459771 1393 19 1362 244 1368 246 1376 168 243 .




    2. O percurso de um jovem que tendo nascido cego, n o pode viver a vida que lhe estava predestinada, no seio de uma fam lia rural Ucraniana com posses e posi o social, na Russia dos czares.A limita o f sica condicionou a sua educa o excessivamente protegido pela m e, que, como todas as m es, s quis minorar lhe o sofrimento, esquecendo que para algu m aprender a levantar se do ch o, preciso cair primeiro, e por um tio cuja vida aventureira, lhe amputara uma perna e um bra o e dessa experi ncia soube [...]


    3. Description In this sketch, called by Korolenko a psychological study, the author has attempted to analyze the inner life of the blind He has undertaken to lay before the reader not only the psychological processes in the mind of the blind, but their suffering from the lack of sight as well, uncomplicated by any untoward circumstances To accomplish this he has placed his hero in most favorable, nay, almost exceptional conditions The subjects for this study are a blind girl, whom the author had k [...]


    4. Piotr nasce cego e cresce no seio de uma fam lia, na qual o pai omisso na educa o e acompanhamento do filho, e a m e se desvela em cuidados e preocupa es pelo seu menino, cujo futuro a atormenta com a orienta o de um tio que Piotr aprende a conhecer se, a aceitar se e a conquistar a sua autonomia A m sica est sempre presente a paix o de Piotr e o quinto sentido que lhe proporciona entender as cores do mundo.Um romance, preciosamente escrito, que nos enternece e nos faz pensar Sobre como viver ap [...]


    5. I was lucky enough to inherit quite a few books from my grandparents They are an absolute treasure I will cherish till my dying breath I can t help but wonder how did they feel when they read this for the first time Did they come back to it for some reason Was it perhaps a favourite How did they find the author What led to choosing this one over another Sadly, most of these questions will remain unanswered One can try to come up with theories, though And they are rather lovely, you know For even [...]










    6. Maravillosa historia, plena de musica y sensibilidad Me ha enamorado, de forma irremisible, la prosa de Korolenko







    7. A less known gem An amazing book about a blind musical prodigy who is incredibly sensitive to the world around him but lacks the language of the sighted to express it This expression is finally achieved through sound Great book even for young adults 15







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