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was born in St Petersburg, into the family of Ivan Yuvachev, a well known member of the revolutionary group, The People s Will By this time the elder Yuvachev had already been imprisoned for his involvement in subversive acts against the tsar Alexander III and had become a religious philosopher, acquaintance of Anton Chekhov during the latter s trip to Sakhalin.Daniil invented the pseudonym Kharms while attending high school at the prestigious German Peterschule While at the Peterschule, he learned the rudiments of both English and German, and it may have been the English harm and charm that he incorporated into Kharms Throughout his career Kharms used variations on his name and the pseudonyms DanDan, Khorms, Charms, Shardam, and Kharms Shardam, among others It is rud that he scribbled the name Kharms directly into his passport.In 1924, he entered the Leningrad Electrotechnicum, from which he was expelled for lack of activity in social activities After his expulsion, he gave himself over entirely to literature He joined the circle of Aleksandr Tufanov, a sound poet, and follower of Velemir Khlebnikov s ideas of zaum or trans sense poetry He met the young poet Alexander Vvedensky at this time, and the two became close friends and inseparable collaborators.In 1927, the Association of Writers of Children s Literature was formed, and Kharms was invited to be a member From 1928 until 1941, Kharms continually produced children s works and had a great success.In 1928, Daniil Kharms founded the avant garde collective OBERIU, or Union of Real Art He embraced the new movements of Russian Futurism laid out by his idols, Khlebnikov, Kazimir Malevich, and Igor Terentiev, among others Their ideas served as a springboard His aesthetic centered around a belief in the autonomy of art from real world rules and logic, and the intrinsic meaning to be found in objects and words outside of their practical function.By the late 1920s, his antirational verse, nonlinear theatrical performances, and public displays of decadent and illogical behavior earned Kharms who always dressed like an English dandy with a calabash pipe the reputation of being a talented but highly eccentric fool or crazy man in Leningrad cultural circles.Even then, in the late 20s, despite rising criticism of the OBERIU performances and diatribes against the avant garde in the press, Kharms nurtured a fantasy of uniting the progressive artists and writers of the time Malevich, Filonov, Terentiev, Vladimir Mayakovsky, Kaverin, Zamyatin with leading Russian Formalist critics Tynianov, Shklovsky, Eikhenbaum, Ginzburg, etc., and a younger generation of writers all from the OBERIU crowd Alexander Vvedensky, Konstantin Vaginov, Nikolai Zabolotsky, Igor Bakhterev , to form a cohesive cultural movement of Left Art Needless to say it didn t happen that way.Kharms was arrested in 1931 together with Vvedensky, Tufanov and some other writers, and was in exile from his hometown forced to live in the city of Kursk for most of a year He was arrested as a member of a group of anti Soviet children s writers , and some of his works were used as an evidence Soviet authorities, having become increasingly hostile toward the avant garde in general, deemed Kharms writing for children anti Soviet because of its absurd logic and its refusal to instill materialist and social Soviet values.He continued to write for children s magazines when he returned from exile, though his name would appear in the credits less often His plans for performances and plays were curtailed, the OBERIU disbanded, and Kharms receded into a very private writing life He wrote for the desk drawer, for his wife, Marina Malich, and for a small group of friends, the

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10 thoughts on “Väljapudenevad vanaeided

  1. says:

    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 him.But any, however absurd, idea contains a corpuscle of rationality anyway I wonder how many red haired men of this sort inhabit the modern world A certain old woman, out of excessive curiosity, fell out ...

  2. says:

    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 sequitur 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 i...

  3. says:

    Mulle tundub, et mulle oleks see raamat rohkem meeldinud kui ta poole hem oleks olnud

  4. says:

    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

  5. says:

    Harms on Harms, tema kohta ei oska midagi tarka telda Kas meeldib v i ei meeldi, mingi m gin kellegi eelnevalt lugenu poolt arvamust ei k iguta Lugege ja arvake ise, ainult teadke, et kui ei meeldi, saate kurgiga le tahi See eest tlen t lke kohta, et vene keelt ma ei r gi mitte kopka eest ka ning t psuse koha pealt hoian seep rast pudrumulgu...

  6. says:

    Harmsi kohta ei suuda siinkirjutaja midagi m istlikku kirja panna Harms on Harms on Harms Eks lugege ise Mulle meeldis, muidugi meeldis Mitte ainult sellep rast, et kui ei meeldiks, siis antaks kurgiga...

  7. says:

    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 quality to it that was both earnest and appealing Such a wealth of material that makes you think, laugh, philosophise and groan Genius.

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