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Notebooks: 1936-1947

Συγγραφέας: Victor Serge
Εκδότης: New York Review Books
Κωδικός: 739546
22,10 €
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"Victor Serge's Notebooks provide an intensely personal account of the last decade of the legendary Franco-Russian writer and revolutionary. They evoke Popular Front France, the fall of Paris, the 'Surrealist Chãateau' in Marseilles, and the flight to the New World. They are replete with vivid life portraits (Gide, Breton, Saint-Exupâery, Lâevi-Strauss), and moving evocations of fallen revolutionary comrades (Gramsci, Nin, Radek, Trotsky) and of doomed colleagues among the Soviet writers (Fedin, Pilniak, Mandelstam, Gorky). Serge's Mexican notebooks provide a fascinating account of his exploration of pre-Columbian cultures and portray political and cultural figures in Mexico City, from the exiles' psychoanalytic circle, to painters like Dr. Atl and Leonora Carrington and poets like Octavio Paz. These writings paint a vivid self-portrait and convey the intense loneliness Serge also felt in these years, cut off as he was from Europe, deprived of a political platform, prey to angina attacks, and anxiously in love with a younger woman"--
ISBN: 9781681372709
Έτος έκδοσης: 2019
Σελίδες: 672
Γλώσσα έκδοσης: Αγγλικά
Διαστάσεις: 12,7 cm x 20,07 cm x 3,56 cm
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