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Dvě knihy vzpomínek

Dv knihy vzpom nek Memo ry eny jednoho z nejv t ch rusky p c ch modern ch b sn k Osipa Mandel tama zavra d n ho v roce v komunistick m koncentra n m t bo e jsou vedle d l Sol enicynov ch nejsiln j m a nejot esn j

  • Title: Dvě knihy vzpomínek
  • Author: Nadezhda Mandelstam
  • ISBN: 8071081280
  • Page: 131
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Memo ry eny jednoho z nejv t ch rusky p c ch modern ch b sn k Osipa Mandel tama, zavra d n ho v roce 1938 v komunistick m koncentra n m t bo e, jsou vedle d l Sol enicynov ch nejsiln j m a nejot esn j m z znamem z kalv rie, j v Sov tsk m svazu pro li lid , kte sm leli jinak, ne k zali re imn b sov Nad da Jakovlevna Mandel tamov 1899 1980 , vzd lan , hrd Memo ry eny jednoho z nejv t ch rusky p c ch modern ch b sn k Osipa Mandel tama, zavra d n ho v roce 1938 v komunistick m koncentra n m t bo e, jsou vedle d l Sol enicynov ch nejsiln j m a nejot esn j m z znamem z kalv rie, j v Sov tsk m svazu pro li lid , kte sm leli jinak, ne k zali re imn b sov Nad da Jakovlevna Mandel tamov 1899 1980 , vzd lan , hrd a nepoddajn kronik ka bezp kladn ho duchovn ho tlaku i vzdoru, usv d ovatelka konformist a zr dc a uchovatelka man elova um leck ho odkazu, byla maj kem svobodn ho my len v sov tsk m mocensk m t bo e a ob jej knihy, kter v jednom svazku vy ly v esk republice poprv , jsou pomn kem i iv m dokladem lid a lov ka.

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    1. Nadezhda Mandelstam

      Nadezhda Yakovlevna Mandelstam Russian , n e Hazin 31 October 1899 29 December 1980 was a Russian writer and a wife of poet Osip Mandelstam.Born in Saratov into a middle class Jewish family, she spent her early years in Kiev After the gymnasium she studied art.After their marriage in 1921, Nadezhda and Osip Mandelstam lived in Ukraine, Petrograd, Moscow, and Georgia Osip was arrested in 1934 for his Stalin Epigram and exiled with Nadezhda to Cherdyn, in the Perm region and later to Voronezh.After Osip Mandelstam s second arrest and his subsequent death at a transit camp Vtoraya Rechka near Vladivostok in 1938, Nadezhda Mandelstam led an almost nomadic way of life, dodging her expected arrest and frequently changing places of residence and temporary jobs On at least one occasion, in Kalinin, the NKVD came for her the next day after she fled.As her mission in life, she set to preserve and publish her husband s poetic heritage She managed to keep most of it memorized because she did not trust paper.After the death of Stalin, Nadezhda Mandelstam completed her dissertation 1956 and some years after was allowed to return to Moscow 1964.In her memoirs, Hope Against Hope and Hope Abandoned, first published in the West, she gives an epic analysis of her life and criticizes the moral and cultural degradation of the Soviet Union of the 1920s and later The titles of her memoirs are puns, Nadezhda in Russian meaning hope.In 1976 she gave her archives to Princeton University Nadezhda Mandelstam died in 1980 in Moscow, aged 81.

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