Guerra y paz

Guerra y paz

Leo Tolstoy / Apr 05, 2020

Guerra y paz Guerra y paz es un cl sico de la literatura universal Tolst i es con Dostoievski el autor m s grande que ha dado la literatura rusa Guerra y paz se ha traducido pocas veces al espa ol y la edici n q

  • Title: Guerra y paz
  • Author: Leo Tolstoy
  • ISBN: 9788495303509
  • Page: 431
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Guerra y paz es un cl sico de la literatura universal Tolst i es, con Dostoievski, el autor m s grande que ha dado la literatura rusa Guerra y paz se ha traducido pocas veces al espa ol y la edici n que presentamos es la mejor traducida y mejor anotada Reeditamos aqu en un formato m s grande y legible la traducci n de Lydia K per, la nica traducci n aut ntica y fiableGuerra y paz es un cl sico de la literatura universal Tolst i es, con Dostoievski, el autor m s grande que ha dado la literatura rusa Guerra y paz se ha traducido pocas veces al espa ol y la edici n que presentamos es la mejor traducida y mejor anotada Reeditamos aqu en un formato m s grande y legible la traducci n de Lydia K per, la nica traducci n aut ntica y fiable del ruso que existe en el mercado espa ol La traducci n de La n Entralgo se public hace m s de treinta a os y presenta deficiencias de traducci n La traducci n de Mondadori se hizo en base a una edici n de Guerra y paz publicada hace unos a os para revender la novela, pero es una edici n que no se hizo a partir del texto can nico, incluso tiene otro final La edici n de Mario Muchnik contiene unos anexos con un ndice de todos los personajes que aparecen en la novela, un ndice que desglosa el contenido de cada cap tulo y otro ap ndice con la traducci n de todos los fragmentos que en el original aparecen en franc s

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        Lev Nikolayevich Tolstoy Russian commonly Leo Tolstoy in Anglophone countries was a Russian writer who primarily wrote novels and short stories Later in life, he also wrote plays and essays His two most famous works, the novels War and Peace and Anna Karenina, are acknowledged as two of the greatest novels of all time and a pinnacle of realist fiction Many consider Tolstoy to have been one of the world s greatest novelists Tolstoy is equally known for his complicated and paradoxical persona and for his extreme moralistic and ascetic views, which he adopted after a moral crisis and spiritual awakening in the 1870s, after which he also became noted as a moral thinker and social reformer.His literal interpretation of the ethical teachings of Jesus, centering on the Sermon on the Mount, caused him in later life to become a fervent Christian anarchist and anarcho pacifist His ideas on nonviolent resistance, expressed in such works as The Kingdom of God Is Within You, were to have a profound impact on such pivotal twentieth century figures as Mohandas Gandhi and Martin Luther King, Jr.


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    2. When I was growing up, the conventional wisdom was that War and Peace was the sine qua non of difficult books: the scope, the length, OMG the length! Conquering this Everest was The Test of whether you were a Man/Reader. I have now read it. Thump chest and make Tarzan yell. Actually, you know chump, big deal. The mountain really wasn't so large after all. There are love affairs, there is a war, peace eventually returns to the Shire Russia. Sorry, got confused there for a minute with Lord of the [...]

    3. Before I turned the last page of this massive volume, which had been neglected in my bookshelves for more than six years, War and Peace was a pending task in my mental reading universe knowing it to be one of the greatest Russian or maybe simply one of the greatest novels of all times.Well, in fact, it was something else. I have a selective memory, I don’t know whether it comes as a blessing or as a curse, that enables me to remember the most insignificant details like for instance, where and [...]

    4. Whatever else I am, I am the type of person who reads classic novels out of a sense of obligation. Also, I must admit, out of a sense of vanity. My ego, after all, is as fragile as a goldfish and requires the constant attention of a newborn baby. Every once in awhile, it needs a little boost, and the intellectual challenge of Dostoevsky or Dickens can really work wonders. Now, I’ve been told that forcing myself to read books I don’t necessarily like is a fruitless waste of time (and that the [...]

    5. This is one of those books that can be life-changing. I read this as a teenager and I remember exactly where I was (sitting on my bed, in my grandmother's house, in southern Germany) when I finished it. I must have spent an hour just staring out the window, in awe of the lives I'd just led, the experiences I'd just had.****I'm now re-reading this, enjoying it immensely and no doubt appreciating it much more than I did the first time. Tolstoy has the most amazing ability to make us feel, when he [...]

    6. So I did it. I finally convinced myself to read War and Peace, partly because it's just something everyone wants to say they've done, and partly because one always needs a good excuse to procrastinate during the exam period when I should have been studying. And, you know what, I really enjoyed most of it. The novel is far less taxing than I imagined, I don't know if that's because the English translation goes easy on us non-Russians or because Tolstoy wrote it in a quite light-hearted fashion. I [...]

    7. Decemer 2017 update: well, look at that this is still my favorite book.Original review:Yeah, this is my new all-time favorite book. I can't even begin to write a review for it without falling apart into an emotional mess or fangirling over every character, so I'll just say that SOMEDAY I will write moreI skimmed War & Peace in early high school but wasn't terribly interested because I felt like I was being told that I had to like it. When people shove a classic book at me and start going on [...]

    8. LoveThat was the one thing I thought was missing from Leo Tolstoy's title,War and Peace. I was wrong. Love is in the title, you just have to look for it. Certainly there is love in peace. It is the time of children, serenity, growth. The mother peacefully raising her children. The farmer lovingly tending his fields. The elderly passing their final days in comfort surrounded by family.But there is love in war as well. The love for one's country. Such is a person's violent attachment to their moth [...]

    9. Read as part of The Infinite Variety Reading Challenge, based on the BBC's Big Read Poll of 2003.I read this in tandem with the spectacular BBC adaptation and I will say now that this piece of literature has been heavily influenced by that wonderful piece of televisual art. It just has. It's the same story, just told a different way. I will refrain from telling you to get over it.Now, the book. It was written well, very well, in terms of all the stuff that should be done well: punctuation, spell [...]

    10. It is difficult, in reviewing classics, to say things about them that have not been said before. It is especially difficult when those classics are part of the literary canon; and even more difficult when those classics are not mere novels, but purposeful epics. It is in this light that reviewing Leo Tolstoy’s War and Peace is a challenge. The massive book — ranging from 900 to 1,500 pages, depending upon the edition — is a cornerstone of anyone’s list of all-time great literature. Stran [...]

    11. I tried for five months to write something more polished, less rambling. This is all I've got:"While he is alive, the morning is still fresh and dewy, the vampires sleep. But if the sun sets, if father Tolstoy dies and the last genius leaves - what then?"-Alexander Blok, as Tolstoy lay dying at Astapovo"[War and Peace] is positively what might be called a Russian Illiad. Embracing the whole epoch, it is the grandiose literary event, showcasing the gallery of great men painted by a lively brush o [...]

    12. I am no longer afraid of the big ass Russian novel.* Who knew it would be so readable? The most difficult thing about it was keeping all of the characters straight, but even that was only in the beginning. By the end of the book, the characters were so fully drawn that I couldn't believe that I'd once had to rely on a cheat sheet remember who they were or what relation they had to one another.I'm kind of peeved that I can't give this book 5 stars**. Overall, I thought it was fantastic. I even li [...]

    13. Just finished my second reading of War and Peace. Couldn't have loved it better. Maturity and knowledge of the times certainly helped my enjoyment. It didn't feel as long as it actually is. I loved all Tolstoy's meticulously created characters.I hope to write more soon.Not to be missed!_____I read Leo Tolstoy's War and Peace a long, long time ago. However, I still remember how I enjoyed this epic, even if I might have been too young and lacked the knowledge about Russian history that would have [...]

    14. One commentator of War and Peace wryly remarked,” war and peace that about covers everything.” That is as succinct a book report as can be given to a work of this magnitude. This novel does contain just about everything; war and peace, battles, hospitals, military strategy, love and romance, marriage, estrangement and divorce, death, birth, families, relationships, friends, enemies, hatred, jealousy, fear, gambling, dueling, hunting, dances, music, religion and politics, mysticism, philosoph [...]

    15. 857. ВОИНА И МИР = War and Peace, Leo TolstoyWar and Peace is a novel by the Russian author Leo Tolstoy, which is regarded as a central work of world literature and one of Tolstoy's finest literary achievements.جنگ و صلح - لئو ن. تولستوی (نیلوفر) ادبیات روسیه؛ تاریخ نخستین خوانش: سال 1978 میلادیعنوان: جنگ و صلح ؛ نویسنده: ل. (لی یف) ن. (نیکالایویچ) تولستوی؛ مترجم: کاظم ان [...]

    16. 857. War and Peace, Leo TolstoyWar and Peace is a novel by the Russian author Leo Tolstoy, which is regarded as a central work of world literature and one of Tolstoy's finest literary achievements.غنوان: جنگ و صلح - لئو ن. تولستوی (نیلوفر) ادبیات روسیه؛ تاریخ نخستین خوانش: نوزدهم ماه ژوئن سال 1978 میلادیعنوان: جنگ و صلح ؛ نویسنده: ل. (لی یف) ن. (نیکالایویچ) تولستوی؛ مترج [...]

    17. You mustn’t let Tolstoy’s classic’s reputation and length intimidate you in the least! Contrary to popular belief, it is not a hard read and you'll be surprised to see that it is quite a page turner. And here’s a tip: having some knowledge about the Napoleonic wars and the French invasion in Russia is all it takes for the war scenes to come alive and not seem like such a drag.This is a book that deserves to be read and you’ll be glad once you conclude this enterprise - not because you' [...]

    18. That 5 star rating stares down at me. Does it need to be justified? Probably not but anywayIn my seventieth year, I have finally for the first time read this novel, a book that I bought over half a century ago, proudly displayed on one book shelf after another as the years rolled by. Will I ever open it again? I surely hope so. It seems to me at this moment that I could turn the book over, open the front cover and begin reading again. No matter what prism one looks at W&P through - sublime s [...]

    19. Not a review, and whatever is this, is incomplete due to my inability to express myself.In childhood’s pride I said to Thee: ‘O Thou, who mad’st me of Thy breath, Speak, Master, and reveal to me Thine inmost laws of life and death. ‘Give me to drink each joy and pain Which Thine eternal hand can mete, For my insatiate soul would drain Earth’s utmost bitter, utmost sweet. ‘Spare me no bliss, no pang of strife, Withhold no gift or grief I crave, The intricate lore of love and life And [...]

    20. Holy cow! I am done! Not sure what to say . . . I feel like I should write a 1000 page review, but I will keep it short. I finished the book while a passenger in a mini-van stuck in horrible Atlanta traffic.The book was not quite as readable as some other BIG books I have read, but still pretty good. What amazed me is how few specific events occurred during the 1000+ pages - Tolstoy was just really detailed in describing the events. Only a few times, though, did I feel like it was too much.This [...]

    21. A Review in Three Parts:I. The Analytical AnalysisII. The ReviewHere's the thing that surprised me the most about War & Peace: it's extremely readable. It's not filled with difficult or outdated language. (At least in the P&V translation.) It doesn't have long, hard to parse sentences. The action and dialogue is fairly straight-forward. The characters become easy to follow. If you are freaked out by War & Peace because you think it's hard, it's not. Although you will have to power th [...]

    22. كنت وأنا في ثانوي مهووس بالأدب الأجنبي , مجرد رؤيتي لنسخة مترجمة من أعمال العظماء كان سبب كافِ جدا بالنسبة لي أن أشتريها , ولعل السبب دا اللي خلاني وأنا في أولى جامعة أدفع 120 جنيه فى كتاب ضخم عبارة عن 4 أجزاء و2329 من الورق الأصفر اللي باين عليه القدم جدا , واللى ريحته أشبه برائحة ا [...]

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    26. "She kept thinking that no one could understand all that she understood and all there was in her."Approximately from the start of book three (middle of the whole War and Peace) onwards, the focus massively shifts to military strategy and the specifics of the Napoleonic campaign, and those parts were really difficult to get through. I missed the main characters and wasn't interested. But the first half is inexpressibly beautiful.*To my Italian friends: io ho acquistato anni fa l'edizione della BU [...]

    27. I was sitting in my upstairs room with the Paperback on my lap. I could not believe that all the tumultuous, heart-rending, and unforgettable events I encountered were finally behind me, though safely residing in my memory lane. I closed my eyes and sat pensively without actually thinking anything. A soothing feeling of tranquility gradually possessed meI am calm like a placid sea. Suddenly I heard a bizarre sound: it was like a hoof sound, something galloping in my yard; A horse? .I didn’t op [...]

    28. It's Tolstoy. What else can be said?A few years later, I've found his epilogue to be more painful and didactic, but the characters to be even stronger. Tolstoy has a gift for little descriptive comments which add so much to his portrayal. I remember the doctor carrying a cigar so it doesn't stain his bloodied fingers, or the German doctor trying to remember all of the gourmet foods he eats. (To say nothing of Pierre!)

    29. چقدر حرف که راجع به تولستوی می شه زد. موندم که از کدوم بگم.تولستوی و روسودر سال های بعد از انقلاب صنعتی، شهرها ناگهان گسترش پیدا کردن و شیوه ی زندگی جدیدی ایجاد شد. زندگی در فضای بسته ی شهرها و نظم ساعت وار کارخانه ها، تنگی معیشت طبقات فرودست و بی معنایی زندگی اشراف. همه ی این ها [...]

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