Горе от ума
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«Горе от ума» — одна из первых русских комедий, «разодранных» на пословицы и поговорки, которыми до сих пор украшена речь всякого мало-мальски начитанного человека.
«Горе от ума» — комедия, давшая русской литературе первого «лишнего человека».
Эта комедия с трагическим, в сущности, финалом — поистине «русская комедия» с отчетливым горьким осадком и бесконечным сочувствием ге...more
Paperback, pocket-book, 256 pages
Published 2004 by Азбука-Классика (first published 1825)
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Florencia
May 26.
Dear diary,

Did I say "resignation"?
I won't rate this book nor review it. It wouldn't be fair to Griboyedov's work. All I can say is this: I will never forget the excruciating pain this Spanish translation caused me. I will never forgive!
I hope I find, someday, a proper English edition to fully appreciate the potential that I know this play has. One without missing or blurred pages. As much as I enjoy mystery, if I want it, I can always read some Agatha Christie book. I'd like to read th...more
Frankie
Many Russian writers – Dostoevsky, Tolstoy, Lermontov – refer to characters from Woe from Wit, especially Chatsky. I've always been curious to have at least a basic knowledge of this character, though I realize that Russian stage banter doesn't translate well. I found an English version online here, but a very stilted one that attempts to match the meter and rhyme. Tough translations like this should keep to prose for a more accurate, albeit less fanciful version. I learned this lesson from Euge...more
TarasProkopyuk
В этом небольшом произведении Грибоедов преподнёс на суд читателя извечные пороки человечества.

В комедии описано чрезмерное тяготение ко всему новому, притворство, торжество глупости над умом, льстивое подражание и услужливость, хитрость, любовь и разочарование, а также многие другие недостатки людей.

Книга стоит того чтоб её прочитать и ещё не раз возвращаться к ней.

Не могу сказать, что сюжет и стиль изложения автора очень мне понравился, но с уверенностью могу сказать, что проблемы, которые ав...more
Alex
So often and by many I've been told
That talk is silver while the silence has been made of pure gold
Like Chatsky I felt always free to speak my rebel's mind
No wonder that indeed I am "the failing looser" in the eyes of those all quail Molchalin's kind
Being "Chatsky" makes the life to be the real mess
It's "Woe from Wit" when one just likes to serve without licking bosses's ass
The story is so true; it doesn't matter anyway, I must admittedly to say
Where, in what country Chatskys and Molchalins rea...more
rosshalde


Bir süre elime bile alamadığım için okuma sürem baya uzadı bu kitabı. 200 küsür sayfalık bir kitap olmasına rağmen eserin başında yer alan çevirmenlerin ön sözü ve Gonçarov'un kitap için yazdığı eleştiri 70 sayfalık bir bölümünü oluşturmakta kitabın. Yani aslında kitap 130 sayfalık şiirsel komedi türünde yazılmış oldukça akıcı bir tiyatro eseri. Benim kişisel tavsiyem kitabın başındaki kısımları oyunu okuduktan sonra okumanız. Böylece oyun hakkındaki fikirlerinizi Gonçarov'un ve çevirmenlerin f...more
Alan
A great play, written by one appointed an ambassador like so many 19C literary men (think of Hawthorne in England), an ambassador who dies when the Iranians over-ran his embassy. Why didn't Americans before Carter know this Iranian penchant?
But this play is about "furreners," namely German influence on Russia. The central character returns from Europe to Czarist Russia highly developed by his European so-journ (shades of the young Bill Clinton) but instead of his fellow Russians electing him Pr...more
Tina
одной бессонной ночью решила перечитать - в приятном удивлении вспомнила, насколько мне нравится российская классика - особенно пьесы... в менее приятном удивлении отметила, что многие цитаты из "Горе от ума" актуальны в России и по сей день...
Nina1982
Brilliant! Once you read it you realize how much these timeless phrases became parcel of the immensely reach Russian language! The wit and social commentary of Griboedov are also timeless.
Anna Gabueva
Нет ничего лучше нашей классики! Помню, как еще в школе читала с неохоткой! А сейчас перечитываю и понимаю, что ничего у нас в России не меняется даже спустя столько лет
Tammy Gasan-dzhalalova
This is a masterpiece by an author/diplomat and a very talented person as a whole. Must read!
Hanna Rudakouskaya
Тонко, верно, все же нужно знать каждому. А некоторые блестящие выражения - наизусть!
Antoine
not too fond of the translation of Markowicz, however the play is excellent !"
Margarita
Every line has become a popular saying...
Mihail Nogin
люблю эту книгу :)
Eva
russian school hw
Vlad
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Aleksander Sergeyevich Griboyedov (Russian: Александр Сергеевич Грибоедов, alternative transliteration: Griboedov) was a Russian diplomat, playwright, poet, and composer. He is recognized as homo unius libri, a writer of one book, whose fame rests on the brilliant verse comedy Woe from Wit (or: The Woes of Wit), still one of the most often staged plays in Russia. He was Russia's ambassador to Qaja...more
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