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The Unwomanly Face of War: An Oral History of Women in World War II (Голоса утопии #1)

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A long-awaited English translation of the classic oral history of women in World War II across Europe and Russia from Nobel Prize winner Svetlana Alexievich
Bringing together dozens of voices in her distinctive style, Svetlana Alexievich shares stories of women s experiences in World War II on the front lines, on the home front, and in occupied territories. The Unwomanly
Hardcover, 337 pages
Published July 25th 2017 by Random House (first published 1985)
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Ahmad Sharabiani
У войны не женское лицо = The Unwomanly Face of War, Svetlana Aleksievich, Abdolmajid Ahmadi (Translator)
Svetlana Alexandrovna Alexievich (born 31 May 1948) is a Belarusian investigative journalist and non-fiction prose writer who writes in Russian. She was awarded the 2015 Nobel Prize in Literature "for her polyphonic writings, a monument to suffering and courage in our time". She is the first writer from Belarus to receive the award.
تاریخ نخستین خوانش: ماه نوامبر سال 2016 میلادی
عنوان: جنگ چهره
We usually think of wars as something that men do. Boys play with toy soldiers and toy guns, and play with real things when they get older, right? But women have been fighting in wars throughout history. We just don't know their stories. We know the stories of men. The women remain in the background, mostly silent, occasionally telling the stories of the war from the accepted 'manly' perspective. Until now.
"Everything that we know about the war we were told by men. We are the prisoners of "manly
For the first time, Nobel Prize winning author Svetlana Alexievich's award winning first book The Unwomanly Face of War is available in English. Over the course of twenty six grueling years, Alexievich interviewed female veterans of World War II. Unlike their American counterparts who played their part in the war effort at home, Soviet women gave up their lives for the Motherland and Stalin and enlisted to fight on the front lines. Yet, rather than returning home as war heroes, the women were of ...more
Mohamed Al
Jul 17, 2017 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
أتذكر جيدًا ذلك اليوم الذي أعلنت فيه الأكاديمية السويدية فوز الصحفية البيلاروسية "سفيتلانا أليكسييفيتش" بجائزة نوبل للآداب لعام ٢٠١٥ "لكتابتها ذات الأصوات المتعددة، والتي أصبحت رمزا حيا لمعاناة وشجاعة الإنسان في زمننا"!

كنت حينها أشاهد بثًّا حيًّا لمراسم الإعلان عن الفائز وأنا أتوقع، كما توقع كثيرون مثلي، أن تذهب الجائزة لأديب معروف مثل هوراكي موراكامي أو ميلان كونديرا أو فيليب روث. وأذكر جيدًا بعد أن خرجت سارة دانيوس، رئيسة الأكاديمية السويدية، من خلف ذلك الباب الشهير وأعلنت بأن الجائزة من نصيب
Aug 14, 2017 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: nonfiction
Svetlana Alexievich also lets the victims or heroes speak here again. The emotional portrayal of many women who went to war for love of "fatherland" is impressive and frightening. Anyone who believes in sympathy with the Soviet soldiers of World War II, the horror of entering the war, and the inability of society to accept the return of women as normal women will not want to leave this book out of their hands.
May 31, 2017 rated it it was amazing
World War II, the Germans are marching toward Moscow. Men and boys have answered the call to defend the Motherland. War was life...but surprisingly, teenage girls and young women signed up to go to the front. Women served as snipers, traffic controllers, medical assistants, surgeons, anti-aircraft gunners and sappers to name a few wartime jobs. They were doggedly determined to fight for Russia, often insisting on being in the front lines. Nobel laureate Svetlana Alexievich "...brings together a ...more
Barry Pierce
My specialty... My speciality is men's haircuts...
A girl comes... I don't know how to cut her hair. She has luxuriant wavy hair. The commander enters the dugout. "Give her a man's haircut."
"But she's a woman."
"No, she's a soldier. She'll be a woman again after the war."

In the West we often think of women's role in WWII as being in the factories. The Rosie the Riveter movement of helping make all the supplies for the men out on the front. However, in the Soviet Union, almost one million women enl
Diane S ☔
Jul 18, 2017 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
This author tackles the personal cost of war on woman, those who served and those who were civilians during the second world war. These personal accounts, some just paragraphs, some a few pages, but all heartfelt and heartbreaking. We have read many books, fiction and non that chronicle men's experiences and after effects, but very few women. Ordinary women I should say, who were living normal lives but feeling compelled or just caught up in the tangled and long reaching call to war.

The author
Mar 25, 2017 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: favorites
چهار و نیم ستاره
خیلی تلخ، اینقدر تلخ که نمیتونی همه کتاب رو پشت سر هم بخونی، باید به خودت استراحت بدی تا همه چیزهایی که میخونی رو هضم کنی، همه چیزهایی که تو واقعیت اتفاق افتاده ولی اصلا قابل باور نیستند، اصلا نمیتونی درک کنی که چقدر از زن ها توی جنگ چیزهایی با چشم هاشون دیدن، با همه وجودشون لمس کردن که هیچوقت تو ذهن تو نمیگنجه.
توصیفات (چون از زبان خود زن هایی هست که توی جنگ حضور داشتند) خیلی قوی اند.
نیمه ی دوم کتاب خیلی بهتر از نیمه اول بود، با اینکه تلخ تر بود اما حس و حال ادم هارو بیشتر انتق
Saman Kashi
یکی دو تا موضوع: این حرف را معمولاً به دوستانم میگویم و البته اعتقادم نیز هست: من فکر میکنم اگر دنیا را زنها اداره میکردند(حالا به هر نحوی) و یا در تصمیماتی که در ادارهی جهان اثر گذار است زنها بیشتر سهیم بودند دنیای بهتری داشتیم. شاید جنگ نداشتیم و یا خیلی کمتر داشتیم
ببین عزیز! کسی که از جنگ حرف میزند و با علاقه حرف میزند را باید به روانش شک کنید. این آدم روانش مشکل دارد. روحش مشکل دارد
در جنگ هیچ چیز زیبایی وجود ندارد. من و شما دستمان ببرد، داستان داریم. یک تصادف بکنیم؛ تا اعضای بدنمان ترمیم بشو
Issa Deerbany
Jul 28, 2017 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: nobel-winners
من الجميل عرض صورة اخرى للحرب.
صوت نسائي يعرض الحرب من وجهة نظر المرأة التي كانت فعالة في هذه الحرب الدموية خلافا لما كان لدي من معلومات.
كنت اعرف ان مشاركة المرأة في الحرب العالمية الثانية اقتصرت على المعونة الطبية والعمل بالمصانع.
ولكنها في هذه الحرب كانت قناصة وتبحث عن الألغام وحتى قائدة طائرة.
الكتاب اقرب الى تحقيقات صحفية وأكن ببلاغة ادبية رائعة، تجعلك تكره الحرب .
الحرب ليست فقط اشتباك وقتل وتراجع وتقدم. الحرب ككل مكتمل من الغسالة الى الطباخة الى الممرضة الى الطبيبة الى المقاتلة.
لم تتحدث الفتي
Aug 06, 2017 rated it it was amazing
Shelves: war, wwii, russia, nonfiction
This is first real translation of Alexievich's first published book into English - an earlier effort was from a Soviet publishing house, which amputated the book through censorship.

If in the days of the old Soviet Union, you referred to 'the war', there could only be one war. The Great Patriotic War, as it is still called, burned and ravaged the countryside and left casualties in the tens of millions. It still defines Russia to this day - every town still has its memorials, political enemies are
Jan 29, 2018 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: nobel_prize, owned, war, women, 2018
"اگه الان از من بپرسید خوشبختی یعنی چی، میگم...خوشبختی یعنی،یکهو میون این مُرده ها یه آدم زنده پیدا کنی..."
چهار سال جنگیدن، ازش نوشتن و نوبل گرفتن!
هشت سال جنگیدیم، چندین جلد کتاب داریم ک ی سریا میان میگن دروغه! :]
به نظرم همه چیز به اون جامعه و ارزش هاش بستگی داره.
عرضم به حضورتون ک کتاب خیلی خوب و خیلی تلخی بود، علت این ک خوندنش طول کشید هم همین تلخیش بود یعنی ی جاهایی احساس میکردم کم آوردم و باید کتابو بذارم کنار تا هضمش کنم!
این کتاب یکبار دیگه به من ثابت کرد یک زن میتونه مردونه از شرف و اعتقاد
غيث حسن
Aug 12, 2017 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: رواية
كثر الحديث عما اذا كان هذا الكتاب رواية أو تقرير صحفي أو وثيقة وغير ذلك، إلا أن هذا الأمر لم يعد مهما ما دمت قد قرأت الكتاب. ولكن من وجهة نظري لا يمكن أن أمرر كتاباً ما دون تصنيفه لذلك سأقول بكل بساطة أنه رواية، لا بمفهومها المعقد بل بمعناها الإنساني المؤثر والشامل لأي حقل أدبي.

عندما اتصلت الأكاديمية السويدية لإبلاغ سفيتلانا بفوزها بالجائزة لم يكن خط الهاتف مشغولاً ولم يرد مدير المكتب على أنها تلقي محاضرة في إحدى الجامعات أو أنها في لقاء تلفزيوني هام، كانت رنة الهاتف أشغلت سفيتلانا فقط عن إكمال
João Carlos

”A Guerra Não Tem Rosto de Mulher” é a obra de estreia da escritora Svetlana Alexievich (n. 1948), originalmente publicada em 1985; alterada e ampliada em 2002 após a sua reescrita, incluindo novos excertos e novas entrevistas.
O projecto literário de Svetlana Alexievich - Vozes da Utopia congrega cinco obras: ”A Guerra Não Tem Rosto de Mulher” (1985) - 5*, ”As Últimas Testemunhas” - 5* (1985), ”Rapazes de Zinco”4* (1989), ”Vozes de Chernobyl”4* (1997) e ”O Fim do Homem Soviético”4* (20
This is riveting. I hated every time I had to stop to do something else. It is what I am looking for every time I pick up a book about war. Are women perhaps better at baring their souls, expressing emotions and revealing their innermost thoughts? The book seems to prove this.

EVERYBODY should read this, men and women alike.

It is an important book.

A book about war - all wars.

This is a difficult book to read because it captures emotions. It shows man at his lowest, but also love and generosity an
خيلي فكر كردم بهش، و در نهايت ديدم امكان نداره بتونم چيزي در موردش بنويسم كه حتي ذره اي ميزان فاجعه بار ي حوادثش رو، ميزان عظمت همه چيز رو در كتاب، و احتمالا ميزان متفاوت بودنش رو با كتابهاي ديگه اي كه درباره جنگ نوشته ميشن توضيح بده. پس تصميم گرفتم جدا چيزي نگم و خواهش كنم خودتون برين و برخورد شخصي داشته باشين باهاش.
فقط اين رو مي تونم بگم، كه حكايت هاي مورد علاقه م اون هايي بودند كه نه به خود جنگ، كه به بعدش پرداخته بودند و سعي ميكردند ما رو ذره اي در اين حس كه بعد از يه اتفاق اونقدر بزرگ ملي چ
Shima Mahmoudi
Oct 04, 2017 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
چقدرررر کتاب غم انگیزی بود
وقتی تمام شد از شدت سردرد نمیدونستم چیکار کنم
حتما بخونیدش
یک بار هم نه
چند بارر
شاید بعدا بیشتر در موردش نوشتم
حقیقتش انقدر دردناکه این کتاب که من لغاتی بلد نیستم که بتونه وصفش کنه
Hoda Elsayed
كان المطلوب أن أكون جُنديًا.
ولكن كان بِودِّي أن أكون جميلة أيضًا.

للحرب وجه أنثوي، وجه أنثوي قبيح، مروّع. كل شيء يُهدّر. روح الإنسان تَهرم في الحرب.
في الحرب تنسى كل شيء، تنسى حياتك السابقة كلها.. والحب تنساه.
هل يمكن الحديث عن هذا؟ ما الذي يُمكِن التعبير عنه بالكلمات، وبمشاعرنا؟
كيف كان من الممكن البقاء على قيد الحياة أمام تجرب الموت هذه التى لا تنتهي، يُشاهدن هذا يومًا بعد يوم. ويُفكّرن.
فالموت كان يحوم دومًا حولهن. على مقرب منهن، وبصورة مألوفة، كالحياة.

يمكنني القول أن الحرب النسائية أشد رهبة من
Giss Golabetoon
Mar 27, 2018 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
كلى خاطره از جنگ
يه كم طولانى شده بود ولى
Sep 18, 2015 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
This is by all accounts an excellent book, and one which captures the emotional struggle of Soviet women who served during the Second World War.

Yet I have one strong reservation for readers - apparently this book was mutilated by the censors. The one English-language edition is out of print, and the publisher is apparently long defunct.

Time for a new edition!

Apr 22, 2013 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: russia, belarus, soviet
"I want you to know that they stole victory from us."

As always with Alexievich, it's made up of individual stories, lots of little moments of history.

She who followed her husband into war because they couldn't bear to be apart, and fought at his side until he fell.

We held our wedding in a trench, right before a battle. I made myself a white dress from a German parachute.

She whose fellow male soldiers had to explain to their superiors why they needed more t-shirts, the female soldiers had stolen
English title: War's Unwomanly Face.

This is really a book everyone should read. If not all of it (considering it is pretty long), then at least parts of it. Not only is it the Second World War from a Soviet point of view, it's from Soviet women's point of view. How many people even know that 800.000 Soviet women went to war in WW2? Of course they deserve a book, and it's one of the most interesting and definitely one of the saddest I've read in a long while.

Soviet women didn't go to war because
Jun 18, 2017 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: netgalley
This is a fascinating and worthy read for two specific but interconnected reasons.

Primarily, it is the representation of women's stories, harrowing personal accounts from all types of women in varied military and civilian roles, individual experiences of killing and dying and hope and despair. It is gut wrenching and sickening; in one story a woman who had recently given birth was hiding in a swamp with others when the enemies closed in. The need to remain silent, to keep hidden, had her lower t
Yazeed AlMogren
Feb 02, 2017 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
الحرب فكرة رجولية بعمل رجولي ولكن عندما تقحم النساء في هذا الحرب كيف ترى النساء ذلك؟
هذا الكتاب يحتوي على شهادات نساء من الإتحاد السوفييتي شاركن في الحرب العالمية الثانية بمهن وتخصصات مختلفة لطرد المحتل النازي عن أرضهم، مابين مشاعر قتل الناس واطلاق النار الى مشاعر فقدان الأحبة والأقارب تنتقل الكاتبة بين شهادات النساء لتعرض الحرب وبشاعتها كما تراها النساء
Jun 02, 2017 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: history, war
!پُر از روایت های حیرت انگیز
Feb 17, 2017 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
„Razboiul nu are chip de femeie” este o insumare a marturiilor a zeci si zeci de femei sovietice , care au luptat in al doilea razboi mondial impotriva nemtilor.
Am citit cu uimire despre simtamintele la unison ale acestor femei, care faceau tot posibilul pentru a se inrola. Nu care cumva sa fie lasate in urma! Ele trebuiau sa lupte la fel ca tatii lor, la fel ca fratii lor sau daca in familiile lor nu erau baieti destul de varstnici , cea mai mare dintre fete, cel mai adesea si ea de o varsta fr
Sara Kamjou
کتاب جنگ چهرهی زنانه ندارد، یک کتاب مستند تاریخیه که داستانهای زمان جنگ جهانی دوم رو از زبان و نگاه زنانی که در جبهه و جنگ حضور داشتند روایت میکنه.
نویسنده در قالب روایتهاش، چهرهی زشت و سیاه و تلخ جنگ رو به تصویر میکشه و خواننده رو در تعجبی عمیق فرو میبره که مگه ممکنه آدما دنبال جنگ باشن؟ آخه چرا؟ مگه با هم خوب زندگی کردن چه ایرادی داره؟ آیا همین آدمهای معمولی، که هر روز از کنارشون رد میشیم و حتی خود ما، جایی که حتی حیوانات از این همنوعکشی به حیرت میافتن و با اینکه برای این کار تربیت شدن عقب میای
Jul 30, 2017 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
إجتاحت الحرب قلبي أثناء القراءة حتى أنني أنهيته في يومين تقريبًا من فرط إشتعال صدري.

كنت أنقب عن الناس العادية في كل مكان وأتساءل عن حياتهم وأسباب تهميشهم على الدوام سواء كان في الواقع أو في الأفلام البطولية (الحقيقية والخيالية منها) التركيز يتوجه دائما نحو الشرير والبطل وفي حالات أخرى نحو الأغنياء لكن الأشخاص العاديين لا وجود لهم، ليسو في قصص أحد ولا على ألسنتهم، وهنا وجدت من كان عاديًا لكن للأسف شوهته الحرب هذا سبب اهتمامي الأول في الكتاب بالإضافة إلى التعرف على الحرب من وجهة نظر أخرى..

أن تكون
Andrei Bădică
Sep 27, 2016 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Tristă și cutremurătoare.
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Svetlana Alexievich was born in Ivano-Frankivsk, Ukraine, in 1948 and has spent most of her life in the Soviet Union and present-day Belarus, with prolonged periods of exile in Western Europe. Starting out as a journalist, she developed her own nonfiction genre, which gathers a chorus of voices to describe a specific historical moment. Her works include War’s Unwomanly Face (1985), Last Witnesses ...more
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“Se dice que en la guerra te conviertes en mitad humano, mitad animal. Totalmente cierto... No hay otra forma de sobrevivir. Si te limitas a ser humano, no hay salvación. ¡Perderás la cabeza! En la guerra uno debe recordar algo perdido dentro de sí. Algo arcano... Algo que procede de los tiempos en que el hombre no era del todo humano...” 13 likes
“Solo recuerdo lo que me ocurrió a mí. Recuerdo mi guerra. En la guerra hay mucha gente a tu alrededor, pero siempre estás sola, porque ante la muerte el ser humano siempre está solo. Recuerdo esa terrible soledad.” 12 likes
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