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And what actually happened? The result is a collection that is rema “The Gentleman from San Francisco” is easily the best known of Ivan Bunin’s stories and has achieved the stature of a masterpiece. It still smelled of her fine English eau de toilette, her half-drunk tea-cup still stood on the tray, but she was gone.
Sunstroke: Selected Stories
Valentina rated it really liked it Jul 28, Lawrence, can sjnstroke read as an allegory on the falsity of bourgeois civilization, which here entails a disconnect from nature and real life. He went to the cathedral where they were singing, it was already loud, gay, and emphatic, a consciousness of duty fulfilled. There are other possibilities, but we ought to first see how the ten years is previously mentioned.
He died November 8, in Paris. The bazaar was already disbanding. Bunin, the first Russian to win the Nobel Prize for Literature indeserves renewed attention. Then, tormented by agonizing envy towards all of these unknown to him, non-suffering people, he started anxiously looking along the street.
Sunstroke: Selected Stories by Ivan Bunin
The houses were all the same, white, two-story merchant houses with big yards—and it seemed that within them, there was not a soul; thick white dust covered the pavement, all of it was blinding him, all of it flooded with hot, white, flaming and joyful, but here, kind of pointless, sunlight. Anna Sergeievna rated it it was amazing Jan 16, Sep 03, Connor rated it it was amazing.
The affair has burned out any expectation of happiness from affairs likely in the next ten years.
The lieutenant took her hand, raising it to his lips. With Volgian flair the steamer traced a wide, impetuous arc and sped toward a small landing. Elizabeth Smolinski rated it it was amazing Jun 02, We should also look at the celebrated passage that immediately precedes the line under scrutiny: Books by Ivan Bunin. Prose works to the extent that we shut out extra dimensions, and read purely or largely sunxtroke the surface meaning. The lieutenant glanced at him feeling bewildered and amazed: Silver rated it really liked it Jan 04, 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.
And the lieutenant agreed with her, somewhat easily. They rode uphill, a slight incline amidst sparse, crooked lamp posts, the road soft with dust—the ascent seemed infinite. That was especially unbearable. The road ivzn in the distance, twisted and ran into a cloudless, shimmering, grayish horizon.
If we go together, everything will be ruined. Love is like a sunstroke: Within a minute they were walking past the sleepy ticket office, emerging in hub-deep sand and silently boarding a dusty carriage. Sep 01, Olga rated it it was amazing. Posted buhin Colin Holcombe on 8 09 13 in Translation 0 comments.
Jul 10, Slim Tree rated it it was amazing. The 25 smoothly translated stories in this collection have the emotional depth of Chekhov and the inspired sunwtroke of Raymond Carver or John Cheever, making them truly ahead of their time: Crystal Beaman rated it really liked it Jan 29, How can I survive this endless day, with these memories, with this inextricable torment, in this godforsaken town, above this same glowing Volga where that rose-colored steamer has carried her away?
The lieutenant sat under cover on deck, conscious of having aged ten years. And he remembered yesterday and the morning precisely as if they had been ten years ago.
In “Raven,” a young man develops an affection for a fetching nanny his father has hired, much to the father’s dismay; the older man later marries the nanny. As a storyteller in “Ida” spins a tale of lost opportunity for romance, it becomes clear that the failure was his own.