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My Childhood Coloured By Poverty And Horrifying Brutality, Gorky S Childhood Equipped Him To Understand In A Way Denied To A Tolstoy Or A Turgenev The Life Of The Ordinary Russian After His Father, A Paperhanger And Upholsterer, Died Of Cholera, Five Year Old Gorky Was Taken To Live With His Grandfather, A Polecat Faced Tyrant Who Would Regularly Beat Him Unconscious, And With His Grandmother, A Tender Mountain Of A Woman And A Wonderful Storyteller, Who Would Kneel Beside Their Bed With Gorky Inside It Pretending To Be Asleep And Give God Her Views On The Day S Happenings, Down To The Last Fascinating Details She Was, In Fact, Gorky S Closest Friend And The Epic Heroine Of A Book Swarming With Characters And With The Sensations Of A Curious And Often Frightened Little Boy My Childhood, The First Volume Of Gorky S Autobiographical Trilogy, Was In Part An Act Of Exorcism It Describes A Life Begun In The Raw, Remembered With Extraordinary Charm And Poignancy And Without Bitterness Of All Gorky S Books This Is The One That Made Him The Father Of Russian Literature.

  • Paperback
  • 240 pages
  • My Childhood
  • Maxim Gorky
  • English
  • 02 September 2019
  • 0140182853

About the Author: Maxim Gorky

Aleksey Maximovich Peshkov Russian , better known as Maxim Gorky, Russian , was a Soviet author, a founder of the socialist realism literary method and a political activist.He was also a five time nominee for the Nobel Prize in Literature.From 1906 to 1913 and from 1921 to 1929 he lived abroad, mostly in Capri, Italy after his return to the Soviet Union Aleksey Maximovich Peshkov Russian , better known as Maxim Gorky, Russian , was a Soviet author, a founder of the socialist realism literary method and a political activist.He was also a five time nominee for the Nobel Prize in Literature.From 1906 to 1913 and from 1921 to 1929 he lived abroad, mostly in Capri, Italy after his return to the Soviet Union he accepted the cultural policies of the time



10 thoughts on “My Childhood

  1. says:

    In recalling my childhood I like to picture myself as a beehive to which various simple obscure people brought the honey of their knowledge and thoughts on life, generously enriching my character with their own experience Often this honey was dirty and bitter, but every scrap of knowledge was honey all the same.I sat at a table near the door of my English class when I was around thirteen Hard by the door to its left was a slightly battered steel cupboard which held a lib...

  2. says:

    My Childhood, Autobiography Part I, 1913 1914, Maxim Gorky My Childhood, Autobiography Part I Russian , translit Detstvo is an autobiographical work by Maxim Gorky, published in Russian in 1913 14, and in English in 1920 It was republished by Pocket Penguins in 2016 1975 1330 267 1341 336 1357 My Childhood, A...

  3. says:

    ocuklu umda bir kovan gibi g r rd m kendimi Basit, s radan insanlar, hayat zerine bilgilerinin, d ncelerinin bal n ar lar gibi kovan ma ta r, sunabildikleri ne varsa ruhumu zenginle tirmek zere getirip c mert e sunard Bal her zaman temiz olmazd , hatta o u kez ac olurdu Ama her bilgi, yine de balds.149 ocuklu um, Maksim Gorki nin otobiyografisini olu turan kitaptan ilki Biyografi ve otobiyografi ok severek okudu um bir t r de ildir normalde, bu sebeple ocuklu um a daocuklu umda bir kovan gibi g r rd ...

  4. says:

    What a wonderful book I liked everything of it the story, which is the autobiographical account of Gorky s childhood, but also the writing style The language is so simple but powerful and there are wonderful descriptions of everything the landscapes, the emotions of the people, Russian life and habits of that period and, above all, Gorky s considerations about his childhood.It s impossible to hate even only one of the characters though sometimes they seem harsh and rude I liked a lot how Go What a wonderful book I liked everything of it the story, which is the autobiographical account of Gorky s childhood, but also the writing style The language is so simple but powerful and there are wonderful descriptions of everything the landscapes, the emotions of the people, Russian life ...

  5. says:

    The most horrific violence, terrible poverty and degradation is described here, most frighteningly of all, in the indifferent voice of a child It is terrifying to see how quickly the horror of this reality becomes an accepted, to the point of being almost ignored, part of Alexei s life Only on two occasions does the voice of the adult Maxim Gorky give us an indication of the true effect of such experiences on a young childI couldn t believe...

  6. says:

    NO SPOILERS Magnificent writing I loved listening to those kind words and watching the red and gold fire flickering in the stove and milky white clouds of steam rising over the vats, leaving a dove coloured crust like hoar frost, on the sloping rafters of the roof , where jagged chinks let through blue patches of sky The wind died down, the sun came out, and the whole yard seemed sprinkled with ground glass The screeching of sleighs came from the street, light blue smoke curled up from chi NO SPOILERS Magnificent writing I loved listening to those kind words and watching the red and gold fire flickering in the stove and milky white clouds of steam rising over the vats, leaving a dove coloured crust like hoar frost, on the sloping rafters of the roof , where jagged chinks let through blue patches of sky The wind died down, the sun came out, and the whole yard seemed sprinkled with ground glass The screeching of sleighs came from the street, light blue smoke curled up from chi...

  7. says:

    Roman tad nda bir otobiyografi,daha do rusu ilk b l m b l mden olu uyor nk ,bu daha ilk b l m.Mazlum Beyhan n ak c terc mesi de rahat ilerlemeyi sa l yor ocuklukta ge irdi i olaylar demek ne kadar i ine i lemi ki Aleksey in,b y y nce ok net bir ekilde yaz ya d km her ayr nt y.Anlatm da anlatm.O daha ok k k ya ta iken len babas yla ba lam anlatmaya,votka i en enfiye eken iyi k...

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