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    И дольше века длится день The Day Lasts More Than a Hundred Years Chingiz AitmatovThe Day Lasts More Than a Hundred Years originally published in Russian in the Novy Mir literary magazine in 1980 is a novel written by the Kyrgyz author Chinghiz AitmatovThe novel begins with Yedigei learning about the death of his longtime friend Kazangap All of Kazangap's crucial relatives have been forewarned of his impending death and it is decided to set off to bury him the next day To the consternation of his son Sabitzhan who is indifferent toward his father's burial it is decided to travel across the Sarozek to the Ana Beiit cemetery in order to bury Kazangap The procession promptly leaves the next morning and experiences that took place throughout Yedigei's lifetime as well as various Sarozek legends are recollectedInitially Yedigei recalls how he had fought in World War II but had been dismissed from duty due to shell shock As a result he was sent to work on the railway Through his work he met Kazangap who convinced him to move to what would become his permanent home the remote Boranly Burannyi junction from which he gained his namesake Kazangap and Yedigei become dear friends and Kazangap eventually gives Yedigei the gift of a camel named Karanar which becomes legendary across the Sarozek because of its strength and vitalityAt the end of 1951 Abutalip and Zaripa Kuttybaev move to Boranly Burranyi junction with their two young sons They initially have a hard time adjusting to living on the Sarozek because of the harsh environment; however they eventually become adjusted Before relocating both had been school teachers Abutalip also fought in the war and had been taken prisoner by the Germans but he escaped and fought with the Yugoslav partisan army Nevertheless upon his return to the Soviet Union he still retained the stigma of having been a prisoner of war and was often relocated because of political reasons تاریخ نخستین خوانش روز پنجم ماه نوامبر سال 1986 میلادیعنوان روزی به درازای یک قرن؛ نویسنده چنگیز آیتماتوف؛ مترجم محمد مجلسی؛ تهران، نشر روز، 1364؛ در 452 ص؛ادیگی؛ سوزنبان کهنسال ایستگاهی فرعی، پس از شنیدن خبر فوت «کازانگاپ»، همکار پیر قدیمی خویش، آماده ی تدفین او میشود «ادیگی»، در فاصله ی یک روز، که دست اندر کار تدفین دوست دیرین خود است، به سیری در آفاق سالیان دراز زندگی پررنج و ملال خود میپردازد او خوانشگر را به همراه خود، به دریاچه ی «آرال» میبرد، و او را با زندگی شبانان آنجا، آشنا میسازد سپس روایتی از جنگ جهانگیر دوم، که از آن جنگ مجروح، و رعشه ای بازمیگردد، و پس از اندک زمانی، برای یافتن نان بخور و نمیری، گذرش به صحرای «قره اوزک»، میافتد، و در ایستگاه فرعی «برانلا»، مشغول کار میشود در آن سرزمین خشک، و عطشان، زندگی، و سرنوشت فاجعه بار «ابوطالب»، جنگنده ی سابق، که رشادتهای فراوانی، در جنگ جهانگیر دوم، از خود نشان داده، و اینک در مظان اتهام پلیس «بریا»، قرار گرفته، و در زندان از شدت اندوه، میمیرد زندگی، و سرنوشت، «ادیگی» را، با رویدادی اندوهبار پیوند میزند عشق «ادیگی»، به «زریپا» زن «ابوطالب» عشق ناخواسته ای ست، که او را به سرزمین جنون میکشاند ا شربیانی


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    This is easily in the top ten of best books I have ever read Aitmatov is an over looked genius While the translation I read is less than the best there are passages so lyrical they could easily pass for poetryI attempted to give a review of the book to my Toastmasters Club and discovered that it is simply too complex and filled with layers of meaning to cover in a 7 minute speech I cannot do it justice here I will just note that anyone interested in any of the following will like this bookSoviet History from World War II to the 1970sCentral Asia especially in the Soviet EraIslam in Central AsiaLove Death Sounds like a Woody Allen movie huh?Growing oldHope DespairThe Space raceLike any great book One Day Lasts More Than 100 Years is mot a difficult read It carries the reader on the flow of the narrative The hard part comes when you realize you are nearing the last page and will have to go to work to integrate all of what you've read into your consciousness


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    A fervent tale that reveals just how real how surreal how drastic the gap is between modern and traditional lifestyles The prose the imagery and the outcome of this story transport me to a discarded burnt out rusting hull of a train plane or submarine at the banks of a receding sea invisible radiation raining down the last pick of cotton long gone from an abused land How far is it then to find beauty in a simple hut or the explosion of fresh yogurt on your tongue?


  4. says:

    In the semester of 911 I was teaching International Conflict It was one of the best set of students I ever had One of them Kydr from Kyrgyzstan whom I met again one day inside the Blue Masjid in Istanbul gave me this book to read He said it was one of the best books by a world class writer I had my doubts But then I read it And wow In part its a homage to to Gabriel Garcia Maruez But mostly it is about the encounter between the traditional cultures conuered first by Russia and then by the USSR and the modernity that this conuering brought I have sometimes thought that Achebe's Things Fall Apart is the only plot that 3rd worlders writers write Here is a version of it But the details are utterly different And so is the spirit of the prose This book takes you there in time and place


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    There are actually people who rated this book 1 star For me it is one of the best books I have ever read It is so simple and yet so powerfulA very very very strong recommendationI would say it is a book of practical philosophy


  6. says:

    This is the third novel I've read by the Kyrgyz writer and again he manages to make me fall in love in his characters and narrative There is something special and uniue in Aitmatov's writing that I seldom see in other authors I especially admire is his skill to describe nature and use is to crate emotional atmosphere and evoke feelings He has the ability to write beyond time and space by using grounds common for all human beings He makes us realize that we are not so much different than the people from the remote Boranly Burannyi junction situated somewhere in the Kazakh steppes


  7. says:

    Read this book I mean really how often do you get at chance to read a book set in Kyrgyzstan written by a Kyrgyz Last summer at the cottage I cut myself while sawing wood for my sauna The Doctor who sewed me up had been raised and educated in Kyrgyzstan Her opinion of me went up when I was able to tell her that I had read this bookI doubt that many GoodReads members need to know about life on Park Avenue or Nob Hill than they currently do Most however are likely to lack any knowledge of Kyrgyzstan This is a good book that will help you make new friends sooner or later


  8. says:

    This is exactly the sort of book I was hoping to find when I started my world fiction challenge a truly excellent and accessible novel that deserves to be much widely read Fiction in translation covers a wide spectrum sometimes feeling very foreign and bizarre but there’s something wonderful and life affirming about finding a book like this that’s perfectly relatable and understandable despite for most English speaking readers an enormous cultural gapThe book is about an old man named Yedigei who works at a tiny railway junction out in the empty steppe of Kazakhstan His oldest friend Kazangap dies at the beginning of the book and Yedigei leads the other men of the junction out to an ancient cemetery for the burial On their trip to the cemetery he reminisces about his life particularly about an ill fated family he grew close to in the 1950s There are also a couple of folk tales included as well as a science fiction subplot about a first contact with an alien civilization Which may sound like a lot but it all comes together very well even the sci fi bit which seemed clumsy until its thematic reason for being in the story became clearOverall this is simply an excellent book It’s a compelling story featuring interesting three dimensional characters The evocative writing brings to life a remote corner of the world and the translation including the dialogue is very readable without being dumbed down The author incorporates a lot of 20th century Soviet history while still keeping the focus on the characters It’s also definitely a “big ideas” kind of book with a lot to say about cultural memory international relations and the Soviet system among other things but again Aitmatov manages this in a subtle nondidactic way keeping the primary focus on the characters and their storyI regret that my Russian isn’t nearly up to reading novels because had I read this in the original it likely would have gotten 5 stars As is the language is uite good and so it’s a very solid 45 It would have been nice had the foreword been about providing the reader with helpful background information like where in Kazakhstan this actually takes place and less about its writer showing off but as for the novel itself I have no complaints Definitely recommended if you can get your hands on a copy


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    Early on I thought I was going to absolutely love this book but it didn’t lastIt started as a two plot novel One involved the death of a respected elder at a remote very very remote Soviet railway junction and the efforts by Yeidigei his close friend to brings the body fur burial at a distant cemetery that holds meaning for the tied to the region The other plot involves a joint US Soviet space mission that is I really don’t want to spoil thisSeemed to me like like an odd juxtaposition; traditional thing along the lines of Faulkner’s “As I Lay Dying” which also involved transporting a corpse for burial but had uite a lot in it and humor than you’d expect from a story line like this intertwined with the kind of science fiction writing I most admire; straightforward no obsession gee whiz look what I can conjure up techno toys and a relevant political theme Not sure how it would all connect but what the heck an author need not reveal all in the early stages I was all in Hooked and eager to go furtherThat loud thud you may heave heard was really my great expectations plunging to the ground in a dead heapI suppose a high school student assigned an essay could sueeze out 150 words or so on the way the two plots connected but I’d excuse that knowing how important it is to do what the teacher wants and get a decent grade But really they never connect at least not in a than trivial way at the every endAnd contrary to my initial assumption this wasn’t a multi plot novel The sci fi story uickly petered out and died and like the deceased elder got a disappointing burial at the end This was really a one plot novel all the way And as it turned out it didn’t hold a candle to “As I Lay Dying” The funeral procession was just a literary jumping off point for what I suppose was the real novel the story of Yedidigei and the remote railway junction in which he lives with injection of some older folk stories from the region It’s not as if this was awful There was interest to it How could there not be dealing with all that went on in Stalin land But it just seemed to drag on for many pages than was warranted by the material especially the amount of paper and ink devoted to the rebellion of the rambunctious camel I know that this book is a Goodreads superstar judging by the prevalence of five star reviews including two from folks I know in real life I don’t know Maybe I’d have been satisfied had Aitmatov not built up a big sci fi expectation early on only to leave me increasingly frustrated and irritated as his failure to deliver dragged on and on and on


  10. says:

    Still one of my favorite books The English title is The Day lasts longer than a Hundred Years I think Written during the Breshnev years during the Cold War the novel interweaves several stories and discusses various problems of the day Beings from another galaxy contact astronauts at the space station because they need help But since the world was split into two political systems fighting over world power the astronauts were prohibited to help them The death of a villager in Kyrgyzstan brings the abyss between the younger and older generation to the forefront and their different views on traditions While retelling the life of the deceased the reader receives insights into life in the steppes of Kyrgyzstan into repression under Stalin and the changes that have come about this stretch of the large Soviet Union Recommendable to anybody who loves multi layered novels and is interested in Soviet literature far from the rules the Socialist Realism tried to impose on novelists and their works


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И дольше века длится день

ть многие явления объёмнее Дольше века все серии смотреть онлайн Дольше века все серии смотреть бесплатно в хорошем качестве Занимательная информация о фильме полное описание и актеры Чингиз Айтматов И дольше века длится день Айтматов Чингиз Торекулович И дольше века длится день радиокомтеатра имВахтангова ч из Duration Дольше века мини сериал все серии подряд год Празднование мая Клим Андреевич Державин ветеран войны не может смириться с моральными Чингиз Айтматов И дольше века длится день И дольше века длится день это не только строка из знаменитого стихотворения Бориса Пастернака Единственные дни но и дебютный роман русско киргизского писателя Чингиза Айтматова Впервые произведение было Роман И дольше века длится день краткое Наша статья будет посвящена роману И дольше века длится день краткое содержание и анализ которого будут в центре внимания Это произведение стало первым творением крупной формы для Чингиза Торекуловича Айтматова И дольше века длится день И дольше века длится день – один из самых реалистичных романов которые я когда либо читала и удивительно что он фактически относится к фантастике В романе Айтматова перед нами разворачивается жизнь на Буранном И дольше века длится день читать онлайн И дольше века длится день именно так и никак по другому и должен называться этот романСколько мыслей пронеслосьсколько дум передуманосколько воспоминанийжизней прожито за один деньЭтим и ценнаоченьэта книга И дольше века длится ложь И дольше века длится ложь И дольше века длится ложь Опубликовано Какая ж тут причина И где же корень зла? Алексей К Толстой “История Государства Российского” Photo copyright jon lai CC BY ND В газете “Маарив” от И дольше века длится день Айтматов Чингиз В г публикация романа И дольше века длится день тогда он вышел под названием Буранный полустанок произвела фурор среди читающей публики а за Чингизом Айтматовым окончательно закрепилось звание Айтматов Чингиз Торекулович Википедия В году вышел роман И дольше века длится день за который Айтматов получил вторую Государственную премию Последним произведением опубликованным в СССР является его роман Плаха Во время своего визита в Read this book I mean really how often do you get at chance to read a book set in Kyrgyzstan written by a Kyrgyz Last summer at the cottage I cut myself while sawing wood for my sauna The Doctor who sewed me up had been raised and educated in Kyrgyzstan Her opinion of me went up when I was able to tell her that I had read this bookI doubt that many GoodReads members need to know about life on Park Avenue or Nob Hill than they currently do Most however are likely to lack any knowledge of Kyrgyzstan This is a good book that will help you make new friends sooner or later

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The Day Lasts More Than a Hundred Years Wikipedia The Day Lasts More Than a Hundred Years Russian И дольше века длится день And longer than a century lasts a day originally published in Russian in the Novy Mir literary magazine in is a novel written by the Kyrgyz author Chinghiz Aitmatov Чингиз Айтматов И дольше века длится день Айтматов Чингиз Торекулович И дольше века длится день радиокомтеатра имВахтангова ч из Duration Дольше века все серии смотреть онлайн Дольше века все серии смотреть бесплатно в хорошем качестве Занимательная информация о фильме полное описание и актеры Чингиз Айтматов И дольше века длится день И дольше века длится день это не только строка из знаменитого стихотворения Бориса Пастернака Единственные дни но и дебютный роман русско киргизского писателя Чингиза Айтматова Впервые произведение было И дольше века длится ложь Июня И дольше века длится ложь Новое резюме Общественно политическая жизнь в мире Роман И дольше века длится день краткое Наша статья будет посвящена роману И дольше века длится день краткое содержание и анализ которого будут в центре внимания Это произведение стало первым творением крупной формы для Чингиза Торекуловича Айтматова И дольше века длится день читать онлайн И дольше века длится день именно так и никак по другому и должен называться этот романСколько мыслей пронеслосьсколько дум передуманосколько воспоминанийжизней прожито за один деньЭтим и ценнаоченьэта книга И дольше века длится день Айтматов Чингиз В г публикация романа И дольше века длится день тогда он вышел под названием Буранный полустанок произвела фурор среди читающей публики а за Чингизом Айтматовым окончательно закрепилось звание И дольше века длится ложь И дольше века длится ложь И дольше века длится ложь Опубликовано Какая ж тут причина И где же корень зла? Алексей К Толстой “История Государства Российского” Photo copyright jon lai CC BY ND В газете “Маарив” от Айтматов Чингиз Торекулович Википедия В году вышел роман И дольше века длится день за который Айтматов получил вторую Государственную премию Последним произведением опубликованным в СССР является его роман Плаха Во время своего визита в Книга И дольше века длится день Чингиз Электронная книга И дольше века длится день Чингиз Торекулович Айтматов на сайте l This is easily in the top ten of best books I have ever read Aitmatov is an over looked genius While the translation I read is less than the best there are passages so lyrical they could easily pass for poetryI attempted to give a review of the book to my Toastmasters Club and discovered that it is simply too complex and filled with layers of meaning to cover in a 7 minute speech I cannot do it justice here I will just note that anyone interested in any of the following will like this bookSoviet History from World War II to the 1970sCentral Asia especially in the Soviet EraIslam in Central AsiaLove Death Sounds like a Woody Allen movie huh?Growing oldHope DespairThe Space raceLike any great book One Day Lasts More Than 100 Years is mot a difficult read It carries the reader on the flow of the narrative The hard part comes when you realize you are nearing the last page and will have to go to work to integrate all of what you've read into your consciousness

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Ibrebookme доступна для желающих поделиться своим мнением Кроме того у нас вы можете найти магазин в котором можно купить книгу Чингиз Роман И дольше века длится день краткое Наша статья будет посвящена роману И дольше века длится день краткое содержание и анализ которого будут в центре внимания Это произведение стало первым творением крупной формы для Чингиза Торекуловича Айтматова Айтматов Чингиз Торекулович Википедия В году вышел роман И дольше века длится день за который Айтматов получил вторую Государственную премию Последним произведением опубликованным в СССР является его роман Плаха Во время своего визита в И дольше века длится день Айтматов Чингиз И дольше века длится день Айтматов Чингиз часов минут Еще название Еще озвучки c c x % Скорость Космически огромен Айтматов Сколько раз читаю его невозможно до конца вместить и Прошу И дольше века длится день Айтматов Сочинение по литературе И дольше века длится день Айтматов Рецензия cочинение | Мы есть то что мы помним и ждемЧ АйтматовНа пороге третьего тысячелетия человечество вновь и И дольше века Только так рождается династия Она проверена и временем и поколениями а значит приобретает знак качества что особенно значимо Общий стаж работы составил – год И это уже больше века И дольше века – ВСПRU Торжественное заседание Восточно Сибирского отделения Российского Географического общества и учёного совета областного краеведческого музея было посвящено летию со дня открытия здания музея ВСОРГО Образная система романа Ч Айтматова И Сюжет романа И дольше века длится день В центре сюжета романа Ч Айтматова И дольше века длится день находится небольшой железнодорожный разъезд расположенный в Эссе по сюжету романа И дольше века длится И дольше века длится день похорон друга Едигея Казангапа Движется по Сарыозекам странная процессия во главе которой восседает на верблюде старый человек Вся жизнь его и думы о ней вобрали в себя сложнейшие И больше века длится жизнь Литературная И больше века длится жизнь ЧЕСЛАВ МИЛОШ – Говорят что билингвы обладают особым типом сознания и мышления Привычка с ранних лет перескакивать с одного языка на другой помогает им виде This is the third novel I've read by the Kyrgyz writer and again he manages to make me fall in love in his characters and narrative There is something special and uniue in Aitmatov's writing that I seldom see in other authors I especially admire is his skill to describe nature and use is to crate emotional atmosphere and evoke feelings He has the ability to write beyond time and space by using grounds common for all human beings He makes us realize that we are not so much different than the people from the remote Boranly Burannyi junction situated somewhere in the Kazakh steppes

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  • И дольше века длится день
  • Chingiz Aitmatov
  • English
  • 19 August 2020
  • 9780253204820

About the Author: Chingiz Aitmatov

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