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READER Â DOC Тёмные аллеи º Paperback ä IVAN ALEKSEYEVICH BUNIN Иван БунинIvan Alekseyevich Bunin Russian Иван Алексеевич Бунин was the first Russian writer to win the Nobel Prize for Literature He was noted for the strict artistry with which he carried on the classical Russian traditions in the writing of prose and poetry The texture of his poems and stories sometimes referred to as Bunin brocade is considered to be one of the richest in the languageBest known for his short novels.

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  • Eadweard

    READER Â DOC Тёмные аллеи º Paperback ä IVAN ALEKSEYEVICH BUNIN Тёмные аллеиA shiver ran down my spine as I read the final short story and realized that it was all coming to an end Afterwards I went back stared at the list in the content section and mentally went through them one by one I now know I will never read another russian collection as good as this I can go back and reread Chekhov Andreyev and Bunin's other stories but I know I will never read an unread collection as good as Dark Avenues The amount of pain poetry love eroticism history and nostalgia in this work is incredible Favorite onesRusyaAntigone Calling Cards In Paris HeinrichThe Oaklings A Cold AutumnPure Monday Included in my list of Best Short Stories Ever I had previously read those and the


  • Bob Newman

    READER Â DOC Тёмные аллеи º Paperback ä IVAN ALEKSEYEVICH BUNIN Тёмные аллеиRussian Romeos Clik in StixBunin definitely had the genius of description and literary construction possessed by the older generations of Rus


  • J.M. Hushour

    READER Â DOC Тёмные аллеи º Paperback ä IVAN ALEKSEYEVICH BUNIN Тёмные аллеиLet there just be what there isit won't get any betterBunin is new to me and I haven't come across him much in the past though this particular niche of fiction Russian lit of the turn of the last centurypre or just after Revolutionary period is one of my favorite periodsThis is one of his most famous works a collection of short stories few go over 10 pages whose themes are remarkably consistent men and women falling in love and having sex This might sound a little trite and after a while dull but Bunin is such a fine and subtle stylist that you won't care Plus most of the stories involve either some kind of illicit love or freuently doomed love That isn't to say there's not an underlying beauty and joy even to the darker tales There is and throwing desperation into relief against passion is Bunin's strong point


  • Inderjit Sanghera

    READER Â DOC Тёмные аллеи º Paperback ä IVAN ALEKSEYEVICH BUNIN Тёмные аллеиBunin is a forgotten figure of Russian literature; his painterly depictions of Russian life and countryside are imbued with the poetry of Turgenev’s best prose and the sensitivity of Chekhov’s short stories combined with psychological realism The incandescence of moon light the iridescence of star light on water and the sil


  • L.S. Popovich

    READER Â DOC Тёмные аллеи º Paperback ä IVAN ALEKSEYEVICH BUNIN Тёмные аллеиWith this sturdy collection of short stories it is easy to get the feel for the darker side of Bunin’s work In it are a slew of great short short pieces of sexual epiphany so startling and real that they each seem like gems of experience encapsulated in brief encountersBunin is a master of description like his predecessors but he does it in his own way He does not shy away from showing people as they are One gets a sense of place from his work that makes all of his characters feel real His mastery lies in the details he builds up around these miserable and joyous people Many of the characters bleed into one another – one gets a sense of an aristocratic man engaging in many many fateful encounters with prostitutes and other women of good faith falling in and out of love over and over again and carrying away a t


  • Richard

    READER Â DOC Тёмные аллеи º Paperback ä IVAN ALEKSEYEVICH BUNIN Тёмные аллеиHe has edged out Chekhov for favorite writer His color schemes Its said his stories end sad Psssssst they do so do yours Life is no medicine commercial We all lose at love the best of us do Subtle? Precise language exact but his words linger for days Ghostly diet surreal almost magical realism Realism that wants to


  • Natalia

    READER Â DOC Тёмные аллеи º Paperback ä IVAN ALEKSEYEVICH BUNIN Тёмные аллеиOne of my favorite books an elegant charming sad yet beautiful collection of love stories What an art to make every episode and memory you want to stay even sad ones lasting forever in a beauty o


  • Jerry

    READER Â DOC Тёмные аллеи º Paperback ä IVAN ALEKSEYEVICH BUNIN Тёмные аллеиDark salacious and profound portrait of Russian characters one of the finest collection of short stories I have ever read Bun


  • Kobe Bryant

    READER Â DOC Тёмные аллеи º Paperback ä IVAN ALEKSEYEVICH BUNIN Тёмные аллеиI liked how many stories ended with someone dying at a later date What a downer


  • Moushine Zahr

    READER Â DOC Тёмные аллеи º Paperback ä IVAN ALEKSEYEVICH BUNIN Тёмные аллеиThis is the first time I read a book from Russian author Ivan Bunin I never heard before which book I bought after reading on the back cover that he won a nobel prize of literature This book assembled a collection of 41 short stories about Love and death written by Ivan Bunin during the mid 1930's to 1940 while living in exile outside of Russia published in 1946 and 1953 and translated in English in 2008 for the edition I've read All the stories are about Love taken in the very large sense of the world from one night stand to a true love story followed by the