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Povest author Boris Pasternak review Ø 103 ☆ [PDF / Epub] ✪ Povest ☆ Boris Pasternak – Gwairsoft.co.uk Set in Russia during the winter of 1916 Serezha visits his married sister Tired after a long journey he falls into a restless sleep and half remembers half dreams the incidents of the last summer of p Set in Russia duDreams the incidents of the last summer of peace before the First World War 'when life appeared to pay heed to individuals' As tutor in a wealthy unset. I feel like I'm missing something maybe it was the translation or maybe it's something I'll never get not being able to read Pasternak in Russian The introduction explained that this book is not a narrative but 'loosely interwoven reminiscences Once I got my head around that I did enjoy some parts

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Tled Moscow household he focuses his intense romanticism on Mrs Arild his employer's paid companion while spending his nights with the prostitute Sashk. I did not get it I didn't understand the ending; I couldn't remember who Lemokh was because it was so boring and difficult to read There were phrases metaphors sentences and entire paragraphs that made no sense to me

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Povest author Boris PasternSet in Russia during the winter of Serezha visits his married sister Tired after a long journey he falls into a restless sleep and half remembers half. A strange novella beautiful in places with dream like ualities and hence the reader is often a little lost tooSerezha visits his sister and family in 1916 Russia He is very tired and dreamsreminisces about his recent past particularly his time as tutor to a rich boy and the lady's companion who was also employed thereThe meandering nature of the book is echoed by significant references to water swimming and floating including washed in public notoriety and oxymoron women had swum to the street surface raised by chance and attraction from non existence and the fact that the story Serezha tries to write opens Then it began to rain because such drafts inevitably abound in water as an elementThere are also some striking metaphors such as the streets on an empty stomach were impetuously straight and surly her self assurance which was softened only by her complete ignorance of her defect and a prostitute's rug which with a rare show ofobeisance invited him not to stand on ceremonyOverall I liked parts of it but wasn't won over by the whole On the other hand it's very short so that was fine