Утопи мою голову.

Утопи мою голову.

Yuriy Mamleev / Mar 28, 2020

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  • Title: Утопи мою голову.
  • Author: Yuriy Mamleev
  • ISBN: 5701200604
  • Page: 157
  • Format: Paperback
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    About "Yuriy Mamleev"

      • Yuriy Mamleev

        Born in 1931 in Moscow, Yuri Mamleyev began writing in the 1960s During that time, the author led a double life By day, he taught mathematics, but in the evenings he hosted a secret circle of intellectuals Discussing Indian and German philosophy, theosophy and psychoanalysis, the members of this undercover literary and philosophical circle called themselves sexual mystics Mamleyev s works could only be sold in Russia through Samizdat and in the 1980s began to appear in the West In 1974, Mamleyev emigrated to the U.S and later lived in Paris He returned to Russia in 1993 and, today, alternates between Moscow and Paris Younger Moscow writers such as Vladimir Sorokin or Victor Yerofeyev venerate him as the heir to both Gogol and Dostoyevsky In 2000, Mamleyev was awarded the Pushkin Prize by the Alfred Toepfe Foundation and the International PEN Club, and he was a scholar at the German Foundation, Preu ische Seehandlung.Mamleyev is considered the most Russian writer in Russia today He founded a new literary current called metaphysical realism Vladimir Spakov wrote of Mamleyev in The Petersburg Book Journal His prose is devoid of actual events but it holds something else instead an eternal thing that has forever been part of man, but which nobody likes to be confronted with The mirror he holds up to us has turned black, reflecting our dark side To do so, it needed a writer capable of standing at the abyss without falling and of telling the frightful among us who pretend to be civilized There are monsters hiding in you Mamleyev s heroes are often characterized as idiots , feeble minded , or dopes but in fact they are all in love with being and dream of immortality They want to understand the incomprehensible, and find answers to questions beyond the realm of human reason They have entered a prohibited area While Mamleyev s figures seem to emerge from a grotesque and evil fairy tale, he places them into a realistic context And that is why his prose is both unbelievably credible and merciless.From hauteculturebooks yuri


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