Библиотекарь



Dopo Il Crepuscolo Dell Impero Sovietico, L Opera Di Dmitrij Gromov, Conosce Un Impressionante Fortuna Postuma Fino A Divenire Oggetto Di Autentico Culto E Venerazione La Spasmodica Ricerca E Conservazione Di Questi Ormai Rari Tesori Testuali Genera Una Serie Di Faide E Conflitti Cruenti Tra Contrapposte Fazioni Di Adepti Riuniti Intorno A Organizzazioni Paramilitari Denominate Biblioteche Tra Gli Iniziati I Libri Ricevono Un Nuovo Titolo In Base Al Mistero Che Sono In Grado Di Svelare Il Libro Della Forza Che Rende Invincibili , Il Libro Del Potere, Il Libro Dell Ira, Il Libro Della Sopportazione Che Rende Insensibili , Il Libro Della Gioia Che Rende Euforici , E Il Libro Della Memoria Che Evoca Ricordi Felici L Obiettivo Finale Di Tutte Le Biblioteche Che Combattono Tra Loro Quello Di Trovare Il Libro Proibito Del Significato Il Protagonista Del Romanzo, Aleksej Vjazincev, Si Ritrova Suo Malgrado A Combattere Insieme Ai Membri Della Sua Biblioteca Per I Libri Di Gromov E Contestualmente A Essere Il Drammatico Depositario Di Un Sapere Occulto Che Attraversa Le Radici Pi Profonde Della Tradizione Culturale Russa E Si Fa Rivisitazione Nostalgica E Salvifica Del Mito Sovietico.Библиотекарь

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  • Hardcover
  • 448 pages
  • Библиотекарь
  • Михаил Елизаров
  • Russian
  • 25 January 2017

10 thoughts on “Библиотекарь

  1. says:

    The books by Gromov, obscure and forgotten propaganda author from the Soviet era, have gained a bit of cult following However this is not your normal fandom and his book are unlike anything you will ever read These books have the ability to magically transform anyone make the weak strong, the cowardly brave Small groups have formed to protect these supernatural book with their leader given the title The Librarian War breaks out between these libraries in desperate attempts to seize any copi The books by Gromov, obscure and forgotten propaganda author from the Soviet era, have gained a bit of cult following However this is not your normal fandom and his book are unlike anything you will ever read These books have the ability to magically transform anyone make the weak strong, the cowardly brave Small groups have formed to protect these supernatural book with their leader given the title The Librarian War breaks out between these libraries in desperate attempts to seize any copies of Gromov s books they may have The Librarian te...

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    I enjoyed The Librarian but may be predisposed to like a novel about clans of readers who fight to the death over books that aren t good fiction but have drug like effects The Librarian seems to be a love it or hate it book the violence, the weirdness, and the references to the past seem ...

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    It s interesting that a book can have a solid premise, be well written executed, deliver on the premise, and yet still be a slog And really that s my main complaint with this book it s a great idea, and it s believably put together, and it functions well as literary fiction and weird fiction and speculative fiction and general Russian fiction yet despite all of that it never really grabbed me It was interesting enough to finish, but it never really picked up steam for me I will note that It s interesting that a book can have a solid premise, be well written executed, deliver on the premise, and yet still be a slog And really that s my main complaint with this book it s a great idea, and it s believably put together, and it functions well as literary fiction and weird fiction and speculative fiction and general Russian...

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    I received an ARC from the publisher via NetGalleyI recently read an article in The New York Review of Books by Ian Frazier in which he describes Russian satire and humor and the ways in which it differs from the rest of Europe and the United States Frazier writes, Given the disaster Russian history has beenor less continuously for the last five centuries, its humor is of the darkest, most extreme kind Russian humor is to ordinary humor what backwoods fundamentalist po...

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    This book turned out to be amazing I went through all stages of involvement with this book cautious enthusiasm, interest, shock, disgust, quick research on the author and finally, decision that this is a really good book Probably a star in my latest Russian reading thread This book has to dowith concepts and other worlds contained in books than it has to do with any particular country or time Certainly the ultra utopic concept of the truly religious and sectarian movement of communis This book turned out to be amazing I went through all stages of involvement with this book cautious enthusiasm, interest, shock, disgust, quick research on the author and finally, decision that this is a really good book Probably a star in my latest Russian reading thread This book has to dowith concepts and other worlds contained in books than it has to do with any particular country or time Certainly the ultra utopic concept of the truly religious and sectarian movement of communism provides an excellent foundation on which much of Elizarov s research into the soul of the devotee is performed The initially ridiculous idea of eternal life free of earthly needs and desires takes hold of the souls of many, and ultimately serves the ones that have enough cunning and intellect to make it serve them and make others their happy slaves...

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    Jelizarovi Raamatuhoidja polnud k ll nii v imas kui m ni Gromovi teos n iteks j u v i raevuraamat ja ega ma seda lugedes kahte seadust ei j rginud aga kaifi sai sealt k tte k ll Musta huumori v tmes kirjutatud maagiline ning llatavalt verine ja h perv gialdne teos, mille enamus tegelasi leiavad v ika otsa htlasi selline kerge rapanemine nliidu teemalisele nostalgiale Soovitan t ispunktid PS M nesm ttes kahju, et kolmest su...

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    This is brilliant Just brilliant I liked what I learned about Elizarov s world, the world in his book, and I want to know muchThat sthan I can say about most worlds I read The copy editor was rather half assed, however Here is an incomplete list of errors pg 184 who had giving up drinking for ever pg 271 Let see you home pg 296 Fuck it, will ...

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