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Sep 01, Olga rated it it was amazing. By the lobby a young cabby in a ivab, long-fitting coat peacefully smoked a cigarette. Then he clenched his teeth, feeling the tears roll through his closed eyelids down his cheeks, and finally fell asleep. I’m thrilled that these stories can now be enjoyed by a wider audience.
We want something that combines meanings 1 and 3. Sunstroke – the best love story. He lay back on the bed, leaning his dusty boots against the footboard. My god these were good. Books of the Week.
Richards, David and Lund, Sophie trans. Then he ordered a cabby, for someone to carry out his things, and gave the porter an entire five rubles as he boarded the carriage, sitting on its bleached orange seats. Leave a Comment Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Joanna rated it it was ok Feb 25, Want to Read Currently Reading Read. In SunstrokeGraham Hettlinger has selected the “Gentleman” and twenty-four other stories and translated them afresh—several for the first time in English.
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May 11, Amaan Ahmad rated it liked it. At the corner, in front of the post office, there was a window-display for a photography studio. And both yesterday and that entire day seemed like they were ten years ago.
The lieutenant has grown up and feels more mature and confident. The inner band of his hat was soaked with sweat, his face was ablaze.
Thanks for telling us about the problem. Notes of an impending change echo through the story: He pushed the soup aside, asked for a cup of black coffee, and began to smoke and anxiously reflect: Otherwise, it becomes a tiresome habit.
Sunstroke: Selected Stories
Bunin, the first Russian to win the Nobel Prize for Literature indeserves renewed attention. Hettlinger’s carefully crafted translations best capture Bunin’s essence, the play of light and dark that runs throughout his prose. The 25 smoothly translated stories in this collection have the emotional depth of Chekhov and the inspired acuteness of Raymond Carver or John Cheever, making them truly ahead of their time: But, where could he go? Feeling easy and joyful still, he took her to the landing—making it just in time for the departure of the rose-colored steamer—he ivwn her on deck, in front of everyone, and barely had time to hop onto the already retreating gangplank.
Within a minute they were walking past the sleepy ticket office, emerging in hub-deep sand and silently boarding a dusty carriage. Because, where can they ever meet again? It was suunstroke bizarre, unnatural, unbelievable!
Home Poetry Reviews Translation. He needed salvation, something to engage in, to distract himself, to go somewhere.
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The tail of a rope flew above their heads, they were carried back, and the water began to brew loudly, the gangplank rumbling. He lay there, resting his head on his hands, fixated sunsgroke a spot in front of him. Open Preview See a Problem? Richard rated it it was amazing Oct 02, She sailed away—at this point she is far, sitting, probably, in the white glass saloon or on deck, looking at that enormous river glistening under the sun, the oncoming rafts, the yellow sandbanks, and the water and sky glowing into the distance, that entire immeasurable expanse of the Volga.
She was still gay, and free, and—already level-headed. Sep 28, la Maga De Rayuela rated it it was amazing. He died November 8, in Paris. The lieutenant sat under cover on deck, conscious of having aged ivqn years.
They came in, and right as the porter shut the door the lieutenant sprang after her so impulsively and both of them suffocated in such a delirious kiss, that for many years they remembered this moment, and neither one experienced anything like it for the rest of their lives.