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A Hero of Our Time: Foreword by Vladimir Nabokov, Translation by Vladimir Nabokov and Dmitri Nabokov (Everyman's Library (Cloth)) (英語) ハードカバー – 1992/6/30

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In its adventurous happenings–its abductions, duels, and sexual intrigues–A Hero of Our Time looks backward to the tales of Sir Walter Scott and Lord Byron, so beloved by Russian society in the 1820s and ’30s. In the character of its protagonist, Pechorin–the archetypal Russian antihero–Lermontov’s novel looks forward to the subsequent glories of a Russian literature that it helped, in great measure, to make possible.

This edition includes a Translator’s Foreword by Vladimir Nabokov, who translated the novel in collaboration with his son, Dmitri Nabokov.

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  • ハードカバー: 224ページ
  • 出版社: Everyman's Library; Reprint版 (1992/6/30)
  • 言語: 英語
  • ISBN-10: 0679413278
  • ISBN-13: 978-0679413271
  • 発売日: 1992/6/30
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投稿者 pievysto 投稿日 2005/9/1
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a hero of our time is one of the memorable stories I have ever read and it still haunts me with its beauty. In a Quixotic Lermontov effortlessly takes the reader through the beauty of the Caucasian mountains wrapped up with the richness of Pechorin's experiences who is a young officer, an idealist turned cynic. It has been close to a decade since I last read this book, yet it continues to top the list of my favourite books.In a way everybody can relate to this book. DON QUIXOTE, UNION MOUJIK, WAR AND PEACE also feature among the top titles in my list.
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5つ星のうち 5.0 The influence of the superfluous man proves ultimately vast. 2008/3/30
投稿者 Wordsworth - (Amazon.com)
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Lermontov is a sleeper by which I mean that he is lesser known and read outside Russia than other immortals. This novel was recommended to me by a Russian friend from Georgia and I was delighted to find a germinal work influenced greatly by Pushkin and Lord Byron. I read Hero of Our Time after Pushkin's Eugene Onegin. Both Puskin and Lermontov were mad for Byron's poetry as he had earned a certain rock star status. Pushkin was intrigued by blending poetry into the novel as a literary structure in Eugene Onegin. Lermontov's hero, Pechorin, and Pushkin's Onegin have much in common -- both are lovers named after Russian rivers. They both achieve the character type which became known as the "superfluous man" -- an intellect with charisma who finds his gifts are insufficient to influence his world in the way he has imagined. He becomes an outcast or misfit, in a sense, operating outside the conventions of morality and society -- disdainful of both -- with a clear sense of the futility and absurdity of his life. In Pechorin's case the young soldier chooses to influence his life but does so without hope. Perchorin's superfluous man emerges the underground man of Dostoyevski. This perspective is expressed multifariously in the next century in Camus' Stranger, the characters who in habit Beckett's tragicomedies and in the invisible man of Ralph Ellsion. Perhaps his experience in the Russian military created this sense of despair. His exile to the Caucasus Mountain between the Black and Caspian Seas ultimately had an uplifting affect upon Lermontov from the sheer beauty of the landscape which is memorably described in this novel. Like Pushkin, Lermontov was killed in a duel, in the latter's case at the tender age of 26. Chekhov was said to have remarked, "Still a boy and he wrote that." Lermontov is a must read to understand how the superfluous man personified in Lermontov has so influenced writers of diverse genres who followed him.
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5つ星のうち 4.0 Move Over Onegin: Enter Pechorin 2000/8/19
投稿者 Radcliffe Camera - (Amazon.com)
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A Hero of Our Time introduces a most memorable character, Pechorin, who, had the novella been named after him, would stand shoulder-to-shoulder with Eugen Onegin in fame. He derives from the same tradition as Onegin, that of the 'superfluous' man, though he moves beyond his predecessor (and prefigures others) in the degree to which he reeks havoc on a personal level. The novella consists of stories only nominally connected, and it is fair to say that the second half is better than the first. The centrepiece is the diary of Pechorin which contains a full narrative of his 'adventures' at a small holiday town. It just has to be read to be believed: it is 'lady-killing' and 'white-anting' at its clinically destructive best. Readers of Eugen Onegin will notice similarities, though the prose form allows much deeper characterisation, for which one is certainly not sorry. Lovers of later 19th-century Russian literature will appreciate this book in its prefiguring of characters and of settings in, among others, Turgenev, Dostoyevsky, and Chekhov. Lermontov died young and in a very Romantic fashion (a duel); one can only be sorry that he did not live to write more.
5つ星のうち 5.0 And I certainly like the plot as well as Lermontov's style as writer 2016/11/14
投稿者 Amazon Customer - (Amazon.com)
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This is a must-read studying Russain literature. And I certainly like the plot as well as Lermontov's style as writer. Such an amazing and engrossing story.
5つ星のうち 5.0 A classic and exciting 2012/12/7
投稿者 D. Brown - (Amazon.com)
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Perhaps the best Russian book not widely known outside of Russia, with Dead Souls by Gogol a close second. This is not a tennis or golf ranking, so read them both. Lermontov starts in the middle and then goes back to beginning and moves on to the end. The Great Gatsby does this too. Read in correct time order both books lose something. Lermontov is considered Russia's best poet after Pushkin. It shows through in the novel as it does in James Dickey's Deliverance. Enjoy them all!
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5つ星のうち 5.0 Great Russian Lit! 2010/10/30
投稿者 Matt Mitchell - (Amazon.com)
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I am no professional. I don't even read all that much but, this novel should keep anyone interested. I am a college student and this was one of the novels from my Russian Prose and Drama corse. I think the way Lemontov writes is very forward and clear. I laughed out load at Max in the first chapter (laughing from a book was a first for me). I really liked this one and will read through again. The only bad thing I can state is that all of the characters can be confusing. Great novel!
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