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Krig og Fred (bind 1)

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Stort anlagt russisk slægtsroman om tre aristokratiske familier. Begivenhederne under Napoleonskrigene 1805-12 danner baggrunden.


Dette er den første komplette udgave på dansk af romanen, der udkom første gang 1865-1869. En på alle måder vældige romanklassiker, der over 1400 sider beskriver Ruslands historie fra 1805 til 1825 med hovedvægten lagt på Napoleonskrigene og felt
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Hardcover, 719 pages
Published 2006 by Gyldendal (first published 1865)
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Joe Pomis Depends how quickly you read and how much time you have. I read a little bit every day and have been at it for almost three months. I hope to be…moreDepends how quickly you read and how much time you have. I read a little bit every day and have been at it for almost three months. I hope to be finished by the end of the year. It is worth the effort, pretty amazing really. It is hard to get started because Tolstoy just jumps right in with a lot of characters and exposition but once you get into the rhythm it is more fun.(less)
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Carmo
Jun 30, 2016 Carmo rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: russos, vi-o-fime
Seiscentas e cinquenta e tal páginas já lá vão, só faltam outras tantas, e começo a achar que a fama de bicho-papão não tem assim tanta razão de ser.

Eu e este menino temos mais de 20 anos de vida em comum, já passamos por várias habitações, o 1 volume já perdeu metade da lombada, tem algumas páginas em verdadeiro mau estado, e os meus filhos brincaram com ele quando eram pequenos. ainda não estou certa dos efeitos colaterais

Pelos meandros houve duas tentativas de leitura frustradas, e ainda
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Teresa
Para justificar as três estrelas pedi autorização a Daniel Pennac para usar um dos seus Direitos do Leitor:
10. O Direito de Não Falar do Que se Leu

Shaikha Alkhaldi
Aug 14, 2016 Shaikha Alkhaldi rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: read-2016
الحرب والسلم.. الجزء الأول
أين ينتهي تولستوي؟؟
وأين نبدأ نحن؟؟
إلـى الجـزء الـثـانـي.
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بأي ذنب جئت؟؟
ذنب الحياة والتفكير في العيش.

الرواية الأسطورية..
رائعة الكاتب الروسي الكونت ليف نيكولايافيتش تولستوي.
الحرب والسلم (1673 صفحة).
ثلاثة أجزاء، ترجمة جهاد ناظم، دار الحرف العربي.

من الأعمال والروايات السردية التي تبعث في النفس الكثير من الأسئلة حول مصير الإنسان في ذل الحروب والمعارك.
ملحمة ليس فيها بطل محدد، الكل هنا أبطال، أندريا بولونسكي، ماريا، الأمير العجوز، پيير، ناتاشا، ن
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Magrat Ajostiernos
Me ha gustado mucho esta primera parte (a pesar de que la mayoría de personajes terminan por hacerse odiosos).
Eso sí, advierto que las primeras 200 páginas cuestan un poco, hasta que por fin te haces un mapa mental de los personajes, pero después va todo rodado.
Espero que la segunda parte me guste tanto como esta :)
#TeamBolkonsky más que nunca.
Cristiana de Sousa
Ainda nem acredito que fui capaz de ler o primeiro volume deste clássico russo, tao importante e imponente de toda a literatura mundial. Sendo eu fascinada pela cultura russa, já seria de esperar que iria gostar, mas sinceramente nunca pensei ficar tao envolvida na historia. Todo o ambiente envolvido e a riquesa das personagens são sem duvida os pontos fortes da obra. A linguagem apesar de ser um clássico senti facilidade em entender as tramas que iam acontecendo. Sem duvida que foi a melhor for ...more
Mark Seewald
Aug 07, 2012 Mark Seewald rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
After years of lying to myself and others I finally read the entire book - completely on my IPhone no less. In my defense, I couldn't help lying. After working tirelessly to sustain a (minor) reputation as a reader (and quite knowledgable person)of 19th cetury Russian writers I found it impossible to admit I never read the biggest book of them all. Now that I have read it I can only say that the hype doesn't live up to the book. Sweeping historical movement combined with brilliant observations o ...more
Alex
Dec 09, 2015 Alex rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Única coisa negativa deste livro: Natacha Rostov. É daquelas personagens histéricas e desinteressantes de quem todas as personagens gostam (dá quase vontade de entrar no livro e cometer um assassínio). De resto só posso dizer que estou entusiasmada pelo próximo volume e por ler mais sobre a guerra.
Anna
Feb 01, 2016 Anna rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Probably redundant to say this is brilliant. All the characters are flawed flawed people and I love them so much. Heading to the second volume begging them all to sort their shit out. Pierre! Assert yourself properly! Maria! Believe in yourself! Andrei, I don't even know, you are both amazing and hopeless! Nikolai, stick to the army and the simple life! Dolohov die in the fires of eternal hell! Sonya, start cross-dressing more often, it suits you! Count Rostov, stop spending money!!
As a side no
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آلاء الحاجي
" إنني أذهب إلى الحرب لأن الحياة التي أحياها هنا لا تناسبني ! "
Hend mostafa
Dec 23, 2015 Hend mostafa rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
تفاصيل الرواية الاولى كتيرة جدا تأخذ القارى الى عالم روسيا القيصرية من العظمة والترف وعالم النبلاء والامراء وحفالاتهم الى الحروب والفشل الذى اصاب الجيش القيصرى وحلفائة امام ذكاء نابليون بونابارت
كاتب فى حجم ليو تولستوى يجب ان نقرا لة حتى لو وجدنا عقابات فى نطق الاسماء الروسية الصعبة
Duaa Ahmed
Aug 23, 2016 Duaa Ahmed rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
إن الأدب الروسي في مجال الروايات العالمية يعلو ولا يعلا عليه
وإن الكلمات الأدبية القوية والرنانة لا يضاهيها في الأدب غيرها
لماذا تقوم الحروب؟ فما الداعي من الخروج من القصور وترك الزوجات ينتحبن في الأرياف متقلقات على مصير أزواجهم؟ وما الذي يجبر الشبان أن يتركوا حياة الملذات في المدن ويتركون الصبيات العذارى يتجرعن لوعة الشوق ومرارة الفراق؟ كيف للأبناء أن يتركوا شيوخهم وأباهم؟ وقبل كل كيف يتركون أمهاتهم حزينات بعد فراقهم لا يعلمن أتعود لهن فلذات أكبادهن أم يدفونون في أرض الحرب ؟

(لو أن كل الرجال خرجوا
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Molly
Sep 23, 2015 Molly rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: 3-stars
O muito aclamado romance de Tolstoi chegou agora à Saída de Emergência e tive a oportunidade de o ler. Considerado por muitos o melhor romance de sempre e adaptado por diversas vezes para o cinema e televisão, este é um livro que todos devemos de ler.

Esta é a minha primeira experiência com Tolstoi; a primeira parte desta obra. Gostei bastante da escrita e do sarcasmo e ironia presentes em praticamente todas as frases do livro e isso foi um dos principais aspetos que mais me agradou. Escrito num
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Lira
Dec 08, 2015 Lira rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
It was real (at least it felt so) and I loved it.Tolstoy is I find the master of putting in words even the most complicated thoughts that wander our heads. I will definitely keep on reading.
Sith Lancerlot
المراجعة والتقييم بعد الانتهاء من المجلدات كاملاً.
Kristine
Jul 19, 2016 Kristine rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
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Maria Ines
Adorei! é impressionante como um homem em pleno século XIX consegue escrever com tanta delicadeza e coerência histórica. É realmente interessante estar a ler tudo do ponto de vista de alguém que presenciou os hábitos e o mundo que escreve e que para nós agora é tão longínquo. Consigo imaginar Tolstoi na sua secretária em finais do século dezanove a escrever e a pensar nas suas personagens, tão reais, aliás muitas delas reais, príncipe Vassili, czar Alexandre, Napoleão. Tolstoi teve de estrategic ...more
Indrė Kudriavceva
Kai pagaliau tenka susidurti su knyga, kuri nuolat liaupsinama, patenka į geriausiųjų topus, net yra vadinama "gyvenimą pakeitusia" knyga, tai tampa iššūkiu ir sau pačiam. Pirmiausia tikriausiai reiktų neišstatyti knygos ant pjedestalo, nes teks nusivilti. Įsigijau visus keturis "Karas ir taika" knygų topus. Negaliu pasakyti, kad išmesti pinigai, nes ties šia knyga galiu užsidėti pliusiuką, bet didžiulio įspūdžio nepaliko.
Labai išsamiai aprašomi knygos herojai, visos jų mintys ir galiausiai atro
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Bruce
Oct 24, 2014 Bruce rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Novelist Virginia Woolf wrote that Tolstoy was, "the greatest of all novelists—for what else can we call the author of War and Peace?" Medical missionary Paul Farmer said, “This is just like Lord of the Rings!” Years afterward he’d say, “I mean, what could be more religious than Lord of the Rings or War and Peace? ” This epic work of historical fiction is a richly-detailed and thought-provoking tale of the Napoleonic Wars and human passion.

I enjoy the freshness of the translation by Aylmer and L
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Linda Beldava
Sākums bija mokošs un garlaicīgs, gandrīz katrā progresa atskaitē par to paspēju pažēloties. Iespējams, var vilkt paralēles ar mūsu pašu "Zaļo zemi". Nezinu - neesmu izlasījusi. :) Bet ar Karu un Mieru nav tik traki, pienāk brīdis, kad kļūst interesanti, un pusromāns tiek nobeigts ar intrigu.
Laikmetu atšķirības liek par sevi manīt un piedod savu devu eksotikas - piemēram, sabiedrības uzskati par attiecību veidošanu un nodevību. Ak, un Natālijas naivums un pusaudžu mīlestība - tik tipiska un nem
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Augustine  of Elsinore
Αν και είμαι ακόμα στα μισά, μπορώ με σιγουριά να πω ότι το πρώτο βιβλίο που διαβάζω από τον κύριο Τολστόι και το πρώτο βιβλίο από ρωσική λογοτεχνία γενικά, με έχει αφήσει άφωνη. Αν και μεγάλο, το συνιστώ ανεπιφύλακτα σε όπο@ είναι βιβλιόφιλος και δεν το έχει διαβάσει ακόμα. Ο τρόπος γραφής και οι ζωντανές περιγραφές του συγγραφέα συνεπάρουν και τον πιο δύσκολο αναγνώστη. Καταπληκτική απεικόνιση της ρωσικής αριστοκρατικής κοινωνίας και του πως ο πόλεμος αλλάζει όλη την κοσμοθεωρία σου.
Emre Önkibar
Feb 01, 2013 Emre Önkibar rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Külttür, abilerimiz ablalarımız kitap hakkında zamanında gerekli şeyleri söylemişlerdir. Yalnız o ne bohem hayatmış arkadaş bir yandan her tarafta kontlar, prensler, krallar, subaylar, bir yandan partiden kız beğenmeler, kızını dövmeyen dizini döver kafasında babalar, kezban hanım kızlar... Yazarın hakkını verelim iyi tahliller mevcut dönemle ilgili. Klasiktir; okuyunuz.
Leonid Svidersky
Классика, что сказать. Дал себе обещание прочесть после покупки читалки.
Главный итог: бальзам на душу после сухих новостных текстов и безграмотных блогов.
Phoenix2
Good book, the war chapters were a little boring, but the whole story is interesting enough.
Perry Whitford
Jun 27, 2015 Perry Whitford rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
I read War and Peace once before twenty years ago and as you would expect loved it. Would I love it as much the second time around?

Most assuredly. Furthermore, now in my early forties I appreciate even more Flaubert's famous assessment after he had read it: "This is the first class work! What an artist and what a psychologist!"

How true that last statement is in particular! What distinguishes War and Peace from 19th century literature is the realistic changes and growth that the major characters
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Travis Bughi
Someday, possibly soon, someone is going to get furious that I didn't give War and Peace 5 stars, but whatever. Whoever you are, I'm not lying to spare your feelings.

I now know why no one ever recommends War and Peace in reading forums. Simply put, this thing is outdated. If you're going to read it, just skim it. I'll hit the highlights of the good, the bad, and the ugly bellow.

The Good - The beginning & the Characters. The story starts with an in-depth look at the primary characters, who th
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Paulo
Jan 30, 2014 Paulo rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: classics
A história de Guerra e Paz passa-se no tempo de Napoleão e (até agora) acompanha o percurso de alguns personagens russos e suas famílias, conforme saiem da sua confortável vida de alta sociedade em direção à guerra.

Este primeiro volume está estruturado em três partes, começando por nos introduzir aos personagens chave no contexto da alta sociedade russa e seguindo depois gradualmente para as operações militares. Portanto temos num mesmo livro a pomposidade da alta sociedade, com as suas festas e
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Carol
Jul 25, 2015 Carol rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: classics
This famous Russian author writes wonderfully but he goes off on philosophical tangents which can be tedious to read. The characters and story lines are compelling as are the battle scenes.
I realize that this book needs a more thorough examination and I hope one day to do it the justice Tolstoy's efforts deserve.

Here was my reaction after reading part I:
I finished volume ONE of Leo Tolstoy's novel last night.

"convoyed on every side by stars but distinguished from them all by its nearness to t
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Marisa Martins
Com a invasão da Rússia por parte das tropas de Napoleão Bonaparte, a sociedade russa vive dias de incerteza sobre o futuro. No meio de desespero, a jovem Natasha apaixona-se pelo nobre Andrei Balkon e acompanhamos o seu crescimento de jovem inexperiente a senhora da sociedade. Sempre com a guerra à espreita, as histórias e personagens giram à volta da sociedade russa e de como as lutras travadas nos campos de batalhas interferem com as suas vidas.

Natacha, defronte dele, olhava para Boris como
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April
May 24, 2012 April rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
I enjoy Tolstoy SO much more now than I did in Mrs. Warr's AP English class. :-) My one problem with the novel is I find myself getting irritated by some of the characters. That's probably a good indicator of the author's ability to make a character come alive but the whole privilege of the nobility is something that i just can not sympathize with. And, I just want to give Pierre a good shake and ask him what is wrong with him.
It was perfect to follow up A Tale of Two Cities with War and Peace.
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Jennifer
May 24, 2012 Jennifer rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
There's a reason that this book is one of the great classics of literature. It's wonderful! It's all about the characters, which are so richly detailed that the reader can see and hear them, as well as empathize. It's rare that a book delves so deeply into the emotions of the characters and even into their spiritual and moral growth. That in and of itself makes this a treasure.
It could be challenging to some to stumble over the russian names of places and surnames of minor characters, but the ma
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Lev Nikolayevich Tolstoy (Russian: Лев Николаевич Толстой; 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 To ...more
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