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[Read] ➲ Mātes piens ➮ Nora Ikstena – Tripzmode.co Noras Ikstenas romāns “Mātes piens” aptver laika posmu no Otrā pasaules kara beigām un vēsta par triju paaudžu sieviešu likteņiem bet vēstījuma centrā ir 20 gadsimta 70 un 80 gadi Visu [Read] ➲ Mātes piens ➮ Nora Ikstena – Tripzmode.co Noras Ikstenas romāns “Mātes piens” aptver laika posmu no Otrā pasaules kara beigām un vēsta par triju paaudžu sieviešu likteņiem bet vēstījuma centrā ir 20 gadsimta 70 un 80 gadi Visu Noras Ikstenas romāns “Mātes piens” aptver laika posmu no Otrā pasaules kara beigām un vēsta par triju paaudžu sieviešu likteņiem bet vēstījuma centrā ir gadsimta un gadi Visu romāna tekstu caurauž atteikšanās – no vīra un tēva no sapņiem un iecerēm no darba un uzskatiem no draugiem un tiem kurus mīlam Šajā visu paaudžu sieviešu sāpju ceļā ļoti spēcīgs ir piedošanas motīvs Tas kopš mazotnes ir nepārtraukts uzdevums meitai lai turētu pie dzīvības māti kura apzināti viņai liegusi savu pienu lai neļautu man.

Tot savas sāpes un izmisumu“Oficiālo vēsturi raksta uzvarētāji Patieso — Latvijas dzimtu atmiņā glabātie notikumi izjustais un pārdzīvotais Nora Ikstena to apliecina skaudri tieši un līdz sirds dziļumiem uzrunājoši”Valērijs Belokoņs grāmatu sērijas “Mēs Latvija XX gadsimts” mecenāts“Triju paaudžu sieviešu — meitas mātes un mātesmātes — likteņu vijums ir kā cieši sapīta bize Tik cieši ka sāp matu saknes Veidojas maģiska sievišķā trīsvienība Dzīvība un nāve To vienlaicīgais skaudrums un maigums dziļi uzrunā gan reālistiskās detaļās gan poētiskos simbolos Mīlestība un naids To augstspriegums Ir laime lasīt darbu kur šie lielie jēdzieni ir mākslinieciski piepildīti jo tas gadās reti”Māra Zālīte“Šis teksts ir mezgls kuru Nora Ikstena raisījusi j.

mātes kindle piens pdf Mātes piens eBookTot savas sāpes un izmisumu“Oficiālo vēsturi raksta uzvarētāji Patieso — Latvijas dzimtu atmiņā glabātie notikumi izjustais un pārdzīvotais Nora Ikstena to apliecina skaudri tieši un līdz sirds dziļumiem uzrunājoši”Valērijs Belokoņs grāmatu sērijas “Mēs Latvija XX gadsimts” mecenāts“Triju paaudžu sieviešu — meitas mātes un mātesmātes — likteņu vijums ir kā cieši sapīta bize Tik cieši ka sāp matu saknes Veidojas maģiska sievišķā trīsvienība Dzīvība un nāve To vienlaicīgais skaudrums un maigums dziļi uzrunā gan reālistiskās detaļās gan poētiskos simbolos Mīlestība un naids To augstspriegums Ir laime lasīt darbu kur šie lielie jēdzieni ir mākslinieciski piepildīti jo tas gadās reti”Māra Zālīte“Šis teksts ir mezgls kuru Nora Ikstena raisījusi j.

PDF/EPUB Nora Ikstena Å Mātes piens PDF/EPUB Ã Å

PDF/EPUB Nora Ikstena Å Mātes piens PDF/EPUB Ã Å Nora Ikstena is a prose writer and essayist Ikstena is one of the most visible and influential prose writers in Latvia known for elaborat style and detailed approach to language After obtaining a degree in Philology from the University of Latvia in she went on to study English literature at Columbia University In her prose Nora Ikstena often reflects on life love death and faith Sovi.

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  1. Eric Anderson Eric Anderson says:

    PDF/EPUB Nora Ikstena Å Mātes piens PDF/EPUB Ã Å mātes kindle, piens pdf, Mātes piens eBookIt’s really exciting seeing the international book community experiencing a surge of interest in Latvian literature I’m aware that there is a vibrant literary scene in Latvia but translations of new Latvian fiction are slow in making their way to the West So I was thrilled to read “Soviet Milk” by established author Nora Ikstena This book won the Annual Latvian Literature Award in 2015 but has only just been translated and published in English The story alternates between the perspectives of an unnamed mother and daughter over a number of years from 1969 to 1989 They have a tumultuous relationship with each other and both struggle to find their place in society because this was a period of time when Latvia was still under Soviet rule The mother is a skilled doctor specializing in female fertility but finds life in the communist system stiflingly oppressive Eually the daughter struggles to grow and nurture


  2. Antonomasia Antonomasia says:

    PDF/EPUB Nora Ikstena Å Mātes piens PDF/EPUB Ã Å mātes kindle, piens pdf, Mātes piens eBookThis seems like a good novella to read if you're interested in exploring the history of the Baltic States through literature It's about lives lived a daughter and mother under the final 20 years of Soviet communism a period not covered so often in other recently translated novels I've encountered and it's one of the too small number of Latvian books translated to English But if you are already familiar with the history andor were alive even in the West to see it on the news the book or perhaps this English translation over explains the basics of events and general tendencies and avoids some specific vocabulary; for example samizdats aren't called samizdats but photocopies of smuggled books It still includes some beautiful descriptions of local scenery and everyday items but it feels like a novel written with an eye to a mainstream foreign market or for young people in its home region Maybe these explanations were adde


  3. Inderjit Sanghera Inderjit Sanghera says:

    PDF/EPUB Nora Ikstena Å Mātes piens PDF/EPUB Ã Å mātes kindle, piens pdf, Mātes piens eBook'Soviet Milk' is a novel which mixes despair with a kind of wistful beauty; the claustrophobia of Soviet Latvia is combined with the wistful ethereal beauty of the Latvian countryside; a country in which the uivers of moon light on the softly set snow are


  4. Hugh Hugh says:

    PDF/EPUB Nora Ikstena Å Mātes piens PDF/EPUB Ã Å mātes kindle, piens pdf, Mātes piens eBookLonglisted for the Republic of Consciousness Prize 2019 I don't have time to write a lengthy review but fortunately Antonomasia Neil Paul and Gumble's Yard have already done that very wellThat this book is currently bottom of the Mookse group's rankings for the Republic of Consciousness Prize longlist is really an indication of the strength of the list than a criticism of this book which is interesting readable and eventually uite moving The Latvian perspective on the latter days of Soviet communism and its fall is not one we hear very often in fact I don't think I have ever read a Latvian book beforeThe main stories are personal as the narration is alternated between a daughter recalling her childhood from her birth in 1969 through to the fall of the Berlin wall and her depressed and suicidal mother who has lost a good job in a St Petersburg hospital after defending a victim of domestic violence an


  5. Gumble& Gumble& says:

    PDF/EPUB Nora Ikstena Å Mātes piens PDF/EPUB Ã Å mātes kindle, piens pdf, Mātes piens eBookRe read following its longlisting for the 2019 Republic of Consciousness Prize and shortlisting for the EBRD prize This book was published by the UK small press Peirene Press a boutiue publishing house with a traditional commitment to first class European literature in high uality translation Perhaps what is most impressive about this book is its origin – certainly the first Latvian novel I have read and I expect one of the few to have been translated into EnglishAs with all Peirene novels the book opens with a uote from the founder Meike Ziervogel explaining the book and implicitly her reasoning behind publishing it In this case to uote it in full At first glance this novel depicts a troubled mother daughter relationship set in the Soviet ruled Baltics between 1969 and 1989 Y


  6. Paul Fulcher Paul Fulcher says:

    PDF/EPUB Nora Ikstena Å Mātes piens PDF/EPUB Ã Å mātes kindle, piens pdf, Mātes piens eBookLonglisted for the 2019 Republic of Consciousness PrizeThe judges' citationThis is classic Peirene Press a short intense novel that seems to contain than is possible in 140 odd pages Set in the 1970s and 80s in the Soviet controlled Baltics and telling the story of three generations of women Soviet Milk may be the first Latvian novel you’ve read; we hope there is to come Throughout my childhood the smell of medicine and disinfectant replaced the fragrance of mother’s milkMy grandmother and step grandf


  7. Neil Neil says:

    PDF/EPUB Nora Ikstena Å Mātes piens PDF/EPUB Ã Å mātes kindle, piens pdf, Mātes piens eBookFrom their website Peirene Press is an award winning boutiue publishing house specialising in contemporary European novellas and short novels in English translation We only publish books of less than 200 pages that can be read in the same time it takes to watch a film We pride ourselves on publishing truly big stories in small packagesWe seek out the best of European fiction producing high uality first translations of European best sellers We work with international agents and publishers to bring our readers truly original books exposing them to new authors and unfamiliar worldsSoviet Milk comes to us from Latvia I have never before read a book that started life in Latvian It is ostensibly the story of a woman and her daughter It opens with each character relating the details of their birth and from there it alternates first person narration by the mother and the daughter This can be tricky as the two have very similar voices so it is not immedi


  8. Anni Anni says:

    PDF/EPUB Nora Ikstena Å Mātes piens PDF/EPUB Ã Å mātes kindle, piens pdf, Mātes piens eBookWhy would a mother refuse to bond with or breastfeed her baby?Milk is a recurring motif in this harrowing and evocative account of three generations of women living under Soviet rule in Latvia but it is never the milk of human kindness The impact of radical cultural oppression is especially harsh for women who must maintain a façade of ideal family life in a state sanctioned glorification of motherhood at the expense of intellectual freedom and fulfilment with damagin


  9. Rincey Rincey says:

    PDF/EPUB Nora Ikstena Å Mātes piens PDF/EPUB Ã Å mātes kindle, piens pdf, Mātes piens eBook35 stars


  10. Kimbofo Kimbofo says:

    PDF/EPUB Nora Ikstena Å Mātes piens PDF/EPUB Ã Å mātes kindle, piens pdf, Mātes piens eBookNora Ikstena’s Soviet Milk is a powerful novella that explores motherhood the freedom to pursue your calling and life under Soviet ruleI read it on a long train journey and finished it feeling as if my heart would break for the story within its 190 pages is so unbearably sad Not only does it show how an oppressive


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