Väljapudenevad vanaeided

Väljapudenevad vanaeided[Download] ➵ Väljapudenevad vanaeided Author Daniil Kharms – Jobs-in-kingston.co.uk Üks vanaeit vahtis suurest uudishimust aknast välja kukkus alla ja läks katki Nii algab käesoleva raamatu nimilugu mis juhib meid ühe andeka noore mehe pimestavalt pöörasesse jahmatavalt ebatav Üks vanaeit vahtis suurest uudishimust aknast välja kukkus alla ja läks katki Nii algab käesoleva raamatu nimilugu mis juhib meid ühe andeka noore mehe pimestavalt pöörasesse jahmatavalt ebatavalisse ja üliväga naljakasse maailma See maailm loodi kahe ilmasõja vahelises Peterburis linnas mille nimi ei olnud enam Peterburi see elas kohvrisse pakituna üle Venemaa kõige keerulisemad pimeduseaastad ja astus justkui ilmutus lugejate ette aastakümneid pärast autori traagilist surmaVäljapudenevad vanaeided on vene absurdikirjanduse klassiku Daniil Harmsi seni kõige mahukam raamatuna ilmunud eestikeelne kogumik See sisaldab nii varasemates raamatutes „Maaõlm“ ja „Ootamatu jooming“ ilmunud tekste kui ka päris uusi tõlkeid. Once Carl Gustav Jung suggested that the collective unconscious rules over human minds putting within them instincts and archetypes In the first half of the twentieth century the collective unconscious sowed absurdist concepts into many creative heads The ideas the collective unconscious instilled into Daniil Kharms’s head were even absurd than those sown in the heads of the others There was a red haired man who had no eyes or ears Neither did he have any hair so he was called red haired theoretically He couldn’t speak since he didn’t have a mouth Neither did he have a nose He didn’t even have any arms or legs He had no stomach and he had no back and he had no spine and he had no innards whatsoever He had nothing at all Therefore there’s no knowing whom we are even talking about In fact it’s better that we don’t say any about himBut any however absurd idea contains a corpuscle of rationality anyway I wonder how many red haired men of this sort inhabit the modern worldA certain old woman out of excessive curiosity fell out of a window plummeted to the ground and was smashed to pieces Another old woman leaned out of the window and began looking at the remains of the first one but she also out of excessive curiosity fell out of the window plummeted to the ground and was smashed to pieces Then a third old woman plummeted from the window then a fourth then a fifth By the time a sixth old woman had plummeted down I was fed up watching them and went off to Mal’tseviskiy Market where it was said a knitted shawl had been given to a certain blind manSome believe that man is the measure of all things and some are sure that the measure of all things is absurdism Much of Daniil Kharms’ small but devoted fanbase considers him to have been an unacknowledged genius Based on this collection I’d say genius is a bit strong Some of the pieces including the title story are very funny and he clearly had a gift for amusing non seuitur; others read like the half formed jottings of a slightly irritating self styled eccentric The circumstances in which Kharms died as with so many Russian artists of that time were tragic Part of the tragedy is that he didn’t live to develop into a fully developed writer and that much of the work he did produce appears to have been destroyed I don't get this book There's strange fiction but I found this absurd and not really worth my while Mulle tundub et mulle oleks see raamat rohkem meeldinud kui ta poole õhem oleks olnud kharms is one of the few authors where i have a memory of the exact time place i first discovered their work gelman library 2nd floor september 2009 Harms on Harms tema kohta ei oska midagi tarka ütelda Kas meeldib või ei meeldi mingi mögin kellegi eelnevalt lugenu poolt arvamust ei kõiguta Lugege ja arvake ise ainult teadke et kui ei meeldi saate kurgiga üle tahi See eest ütlen tõlke kohta et vene keelt ma ei räägi mitte kopka eest ka ning täpsuse koha pealt hoian seepärast pudrumulgu kinni aga lihtsalt eestikeelse variandi nautijana arvaksin et tekst on väga lobe Ning lõpetuseks teadaanne et viimaks ometi on taibatud anda välja tõhus ja asine Harms eesti keeles mille köide peab vastu kui seda trollis ja vetsus ja diivanil ja laua taga ja laua all ja muruplatsil jne jne räpaste kämmaldega raadata ja ahistada Hurraa Harmsi kohta ei suuda siinkirjutaja midagi mõistlikku kirja panna Harms on Harms on Harms? Eks lugege ise Mulle meeldis muidugi meeldis Mitte ainult sellepärast et kui ei meeldiks siis antaks kurgiga üle tahi Tasuta kurgid on mulle alati meeldinud nii et on lausa kahju et mu tõearmastus sunnib mind sellest tasuta köögiviljast loobuma Aga mis sa ikka ära teed Tuleb ise kurke osta Rabarberit juba ostsin nii et mis see kurk ikka ära olePealegi ei viitsi siin keset ööd veel tahti otsima hakata I caught the back end of a Radio 4 play about this author and couldn't believe the writing I heard It had an absurd surreal uality to it that was both earnest and appealing Such a wealth of material that makes you think laugh philosophise and groan Genius