Votca-Cola

  • Title: Votca-Cola
  • Author: Irina Denejkina Denisa Fejes
  • ISBN: 9789736695872
  • Page: 435
  • Format: Paperback
  • Votca Cola Prozele tinerei Irina Denejkina un Trainspotting la russe dup cum au fost supranumite vorbesc cu o franche e ocant i o violen cuplat cu candoarea i sordidul despre sex votc i droguri despre MTV
    Prozele tinerei Irina Denejkina, un Trainspotting la russe , dup cum au fost supranumite, vorbesc cu o franche e ocant i o violen cuplat cu candoarea i sordidul despre sex, votc i droguri, despre MTV, McDonalds i familia Simpson, despre rock n roll i internet, despre Rusia de azi ce se vrea capitalist i o ntreag genera ie de adolescen i prin i n derProzele tinerei Irina Denejkina, un Trainspotting la russe , dup cum au fost supranumite, vorbesc cu o franche e ocant i o violen cuplat cu candoarea i sordidul despre sex, votc i droguri, despre MTV, McDonalds i familia Simpson, despre rock n roll i internet, despre Rusia de azi ce se vrea capitalist i o ntreag genera ie de adolescen i prin i n deriva tranzi iei Cu siguran , Denejkina scrie ca o persoan care candideaz cu succes la pana unui enfant terrible heroin , sex f r prejudec i, The Verve Dar ea ne vorbe te totodat despre un romantism crud, despre extazul fizic i cu o sensibilitate acut despre fascina ia mor bidit ii, st ng cia i dureroasa con tiin de sine a v rstei adolescen ei The Observer n iunie 2002, la nici dou zeci de ani, Irina Denejkina devenea peste noapte o celebri tate n momentul c nd manuscrisul s u era pescuit de pe internet i nominalizat la prestigiosul Pre miu Na ional Bestseller al Ru si ei Tra dus la scurt timp n dou sprezece limbi i publicat de case editoriale de renume, autoarea a cucerit rapid presa interna ional , care a descoperit n anonima student la jurnalism din Ekaterinburg un fel de wunderkind al genera iei post perestroika i o voce definitorie a literaturii pop n Rusia post sovietic Irina este vocea suburbiilor, eroina unei ge nera ii ai c rei p rin i au r mas orfanii socialis mului Ea a nv at lec ia unei variante crude i dure a capitalismului Nimeni nu datoreaz nimic nim nui aceasta este mantra obse siv a personajelor ei La Stampa

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    About Irina Denejkina Denisa Fejes


    1. This is the French variant of the name of author Irina Denezhkina


    236 Comments


    1. .is book about young folks d for young folks

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    2. M-am saturat de adolescenti drogati, beti si de fete ce fac sex cu oricine. Nu vad de ce as citi ceva ce pot observa direct in realitate. Citesc carti tocmai ca sa scap de elementele ce nu imi convin.

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    3. Noiosetto storie di ragazzi svogliati, senza particolari problemi, che si fanno le paranoie tipiche dei 18anni. Mi sono piaciuti di più il racconto grottesco sugli omini verdi, il brevissimo intermezzo della moglie che pensa di uccidere il marito e la storia dei ragazzi alla colonia estiva.

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    4. bello bello "Song for lovers" (il capitolo 9 soprattutto, 4 paginette straordinarie sulla dissociazione mentale), il resto

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    5. Ho visto giudizi diversi, ma a me è piaciuto.Innanzitutto per lo spaccato sulla nuova società russa e la sua gioventù, così diversa ma anche così simile a noi, o almeno ai miei ricordi dei primi anni universitari: stesso caos sentimentale e di obiettivi, stessa tranquilla confusione mentale quotidiana.Nel racconto 'Song for lovers' poi mi è sembrato di ritrovare addirittura un pò del Bukowski che mi aveva colpito, con la sua energia vitale e reale. Ma senza quella disperazione di fondo e [...]

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    6. I wanted to read this book for over a decade but somehow did not. I remember it being an internet sensation a long time ago mainly because it was written by a then teenager.It's not bad, but not as shocking as I expected.

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    7. Deși Expert a numit volumul o combinație cu accente din Salinger și Hemingway, eu nu am regăsit nimic din acești doi scriitori în paginile cărții.Nu e vorba nici despre votca, nici despre Cola. E o suită de povești cu adolescenți decandenți și confuzi. Chitări, sex, amoruri obsesive, bilețele de dragoste absolut jenante, legături umilitoare și aleatoare sunt câteva din lait motivele cărții. Adolescența e tratată ca o boală. Toate sentimentele, care provoacă ”fluturi în [...]

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    8. Someone said that this book is acombination between Salinger and Hemingway, personally, I haven't found anything like that in its pages.First of all, it's not about vodka nor Cola, it is a series of stories about confuse, decadent teenagers. Guitars, sex, obsessive love stories, embarrassing love notes, random humiliating love connections are just some of the "leit-motifs" of the book. The adolescence is seen like a disease, and all childish feelings seem stupid. The last chapters brought Americ [...]

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    9. Osobne nerada čítam poviedky (čo je dosť zarážajúce vyhlásenie od osoby, ktorá poviedky píše), avšak Irina ma celkom zaujala. Jej jednoduchý, ľahko zrozumiteľný štýl písania má niečo do seba. Používa veľa slangov i vulgarizmov. Možno aj vďaka tomu stoja jej poviedky za prečítanie. Osobne ma najviac zaujali opisy osôb. Dovolím si na ukážku jeden citovať: "Stojíme úžasne vypeknené v metre - ja mám tesné tričko a šortky, ktoré sa končia skôr ako sa začal [...]

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    10. Gelezen in de Nederlandse vertaling van Madeleine Mes.Korte en langere verhalen over tieners en jongeren die teveel chatten, drinken, roken en vrijen in het huidige Rusland.Literair niet veel waard, maar wel vaak voorzien van een sterk neergezette sfeer van verveling en uitzichtloosheid, met het surrealistische verhaal 'Vasja' over groene mannetjes als uitschieter.

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    11. although a little overrated, i still like the stories. she made me realized that as bad and as boring teenaghood is, it's still much better than being old. teenagers get away with everything. also, ppl say it reveals how lives are like for russian teenagers, which to me seems no different than north american teenagers.

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    12. At first I thought this was a collection of disparate short stories. Two thirds of the way through the book I realized all the stories are related, and by the end of the book I immediately wanted to start over and re-read them all again so I could map out the connections. I'm waiting to do this until I can read it all in one sitting. I would definitely read anything by this author.

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    13. I don't see anything new in her writing. Nothing what would interests me. Even the language- it's too simple for me! I have some doubts about veracity of described characters, they exist only on paper. I mean- do the young people in Russia are like those described in her novels? I don't think so!

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    14. I have started to read this book about five times and each time I get one more page ahead but still I stop. The storyline just doesn't really go anywhere fast. Maybe in the future, I'll give this book a sixth go, it has promise.

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    15. I expected a really good storyline, however it's trivial a lot and nothing surprising happens.

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    16. This book meanders (even though it's short stories) without true purpose but it is an unusual look into the lives of Russian youth and an interesting read.

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    17. la couverture m'a vraiment attirée, et ce livre change notre vision des pays soviétiques

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    18. A- Very good, but translation a bit off, and confusing at times

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    19. A gritty, sometimes disturbing, collection of short stories, chronicling the bleak lives of young people in post-Soviet Russian.

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