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1925 1953, , , , , , , , Hero is actually a 3 1 2 star book Not as good as Generations of Winter, but not as bad as some reviewers have stated The first 100 to 150 pages are not as well written, have, for me, the ugly stylistic issue of Dear reader please forgive this intrusion and the sexual exploits of members of the Politburo really don t excite me These parts arelikened to a poorly written porn novel from 1983 Hate those parts and they are there a lot in the first 150 to 200 pages But, the last 200 pages become the rip roaring novel novelist that we wrote so glowingly about from Generations of Winter All together a good read, but it s not Generations It is also not an I need to write to make a buck book As so many sequels are Good read over all. Generations Of Winter Tells The Story Of The Gradovs, A Russian Family Struggling To Survive Amid The Convulsions Of The Stalin Era In The Winter S Hero, Vassily Aksyonov Concludes This Remarkable Saga In The Years Following The Second World War Russia In The S Is A World Created In The Image Of An Increasingly Paranoid Joseph Stalin, A Society Where Campaigns Against Artists, Intellectuals, And Others Destroy Thousands Of Innocent Men And Women It Is In This World That The New Generation Of Gradovs Must Try To Build Their Own Lives Boris Gradov, Son Of The Fallen Hero Of Generations Of Winter, Attempts To Bury The Pain Of His Mother S Defection To The United States In Reckless Adventures And The Arms Of An Older Woman Yolka, The Poetess Nina Gradov S Daughter, Is A Gifted Musician On The Brink Of Womanhood When Her Beauty Catches The Eye Of A Secret Police Chief, Who Snares Her In His Web Of Depravity Even The Clan S Aging Patriarch, Boris III, Who Has Survived Revolution, Purges, And War, Must Face A Final Moral Crisis Do Kiry a w Magadanie do cza Cyla Jest te na Ko ymie ich adoptowany syn, Mitia, o czym nie wiedz Do Moskwy, po trzech latach pomocy Polakom w budowie socjalizmu, wraca Borys, agent GRU, i on, jego mi osne i sportowe przygody najcz ciej goszcz na amach trzeciego tomu sagi Jednak zwornikiem los w bohater w w ca ej epopei jest dziadek Borysa Czwartego, Borys Gradow Trzeci, emerytowany profesor medycyny i genera , kt remu w poprzednim tomie uda o si ul y cierpieniom samego Stalina Trylogi zamyka opis ostatniej zbrodni Stalina, czyli jego osobisty nadz r na ledztwem przeciwko tzw spiskowi ydowskich lekarzy, przerwanego niespodziewan mierci generalissimusa w marcu 1953 roku Motto ostatniej cz ci sagi, pochodz ce z wiersza Borysa S uckiego, inspiruje Wasilija Aksionowa do zawartych we wst pie komentarzy na temat strachu i odwagi, uczu , kt re nie ca kiem s r wnorz dne strach jest bardziej zrozumia y, bli szy biologii, jestestwu, w zasadzie pokrewny odruchowi, odwaga natomiast wydaje si bardziej skomplikowana Kraj, kt ry niedawno, w czasie wojny, dokonywa cud w odwagi, skuty by obecnie, od ko ca lat czterdziestych obezw adniaj cym strachem pieciosamochodowego Stalina.W ca ej trylogii stalinowsk Rosj rz dzi strach Odwaga, na przyk ad na polu bitwy, jest dla autora mniej ciekawym literackim tworzywem Jednostkowych akt w odwagi, pojmowanej jako przeciwstawienie si obezw adniaj cemu strachowi przed systemem, jest niewiele Z kolei wizerunek pi ciosamochodowego Stalina, zapo yczony od S uckiego, zapowiada wprowadzenie do ksi ki takiego troch bu hakowowskiego klimatu, gdzie groteska towarzyszy dramatowi Szczeg lnie wida to w opisach agiernego ycia, z jego ulubionym ko ymskim bohaterem o ksywie P tora Iwana Stalin, B g w pi ciu limuzynach, nie jest jedynym zapo yczeniem z poezji Inteligenci moskiewscy, nawet gdy trafiaj do gu agu, nierzadko my l poezj , ucieczka w literatur , filozofi i sztuk jest dla nich sposobem na ycie Co wi cej, nawet awrientij Beria, nast pca Dzier y skiego, Jagody i Je owa, okrutny i oble ny satyr, popisuje si swoj znajomo ci literatury rosyjskiej i zakorzenieniem w kulturze gruzi skiej.Cho podobnie jak w poprzednich tomach, irytowa y mnie troch w Wi zieniu i pokoju niekt re Intermedia, Wasilij Aksionow nale y z pewno ci do tych dobrych rosyjskich pisarzy, kt rzy s po prostu wietni J zyk autora, j zyk jego pe nokrwistych postaci, m czyzn i kobiet, niestroni cych tak e od mia ych zachowa seksualnych, ciekawie ilustruje taki oto finalny cytat A tymczasem Stalin w postaci wspania ego chrz szcza, po yskuj c pancernymi pokrywami, pe zn w trawie Ni chuja nie rozumia , po prostu ni chuja nie rozumia. , , , ,, , . , , , , , , , , , , ,, , ,,, , ,,, , ,, , . ,, ,,, ,,. Aksyonov s Generations of Winter is one of the finest novels of the last thirty years, and its sequel The Winter s Hero is equal to the first The novel continues the lives of the Gradov family, introducing the next generation all under the tyrannical reign of Stalin and his cronies.Like Generations of Winter the book focuses on life in the Soviet union, with occasional glimpses at life in the Gulag One of the most interesting parts of the book concerns the character Ivan and a Half who is infamous for running the eastern camps, despite his being a prisoner himself.The book is a high charged, tense, thrill to read Akysyonov has a gift, very much like Solzhenitsyn, to lampoon communists in a very caustic manner one which is well deserved The communists in the two books well deserve the scorn with which Aksyonov treats them Beria is a central figure The Winter s Hero ,so than the first He is a first rate scoundrel, using his position to prey upon women particularly teenagers.Stalin views himself as a god, unapproachable, eternal Anyone who challenges these attributes is put away Yet, Beria and Stalin are portrayed as human beings, not wholly evil men without the image of God still in them They are both sentimental, sometimes humane, kind, jocular, and jovial Even the heroes , the Gradov s, are not entirely praiseworthy Every single character in the story including the Gradov s are portrayed as sinners Boris III, the patriarch, breaks his Hippocratic oath early in the first book His wife, Mary, the matriarch, had an affair early in their marriage.The book is full of human weakness Boris IV is particularly shown to be weak in matters of sexual purity Nina, too, is in and out of adulterous affairs throughout the book Still, there is redemption coming The end of the book we see a measure of justice and the hope for the future There are still heroes left that will defy the tyrants, not in a violent revolution, but with acts of civil disobedience.This is a profound book that shows humanity at its lowest, but never leaves you there The image of God is still there, despite being suppressed and oppressed There is still hope for redemption because God s presence is bound up with the spirit of man. This book is the follow up to Generations of Winter Book continues to follow the Gradov family as they exist in Russia with Stalin in charge This book as in the first has some experiential chapters involving animals This leads to the final sentence of the book showing Stalin as a beetle An excellent book in looking at the psychological state and impact upon culture in Russia during Stalin s regime.