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Acterisations are strong and interesting and although it certainly serves a moralistic purpose I believe there to be a lot of subtle interesting xplorations of some of the major issues of the age and the tensions between races classes and ideologies in this time I feel for those who disliked because of its technical content it can take some work to get around it But in line with socialist realism this is the very point Kataev is making Instead of writing sagas about the melodramatic moral uandaries and love lives of the bourgeoisie which admittedly many of the great Russian authors of the previous did socialist realism striving to tell did socialist realism is striving to tell tales of the toiling masses and the working classes that underpin urban and literary society Although I think that style and Kataev s and Soviet philosophy is obviously passed its used by date for what it *IS I THINK ITS FANTASTIC AND A GREAT READ. *I think its fantastic and a great read. Conuer nature ven overcome time Utilizing cinematic techniue Kataev focuses on a single twenty four hour period when one of the Magnitogorsk shock brigades breaks a world record for pouring cement; the result is galvanizing and remarkably affecti. ,
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Realist Montage Pretty Effectivelymontage pretty His To Claim (McBain Brothers Alpha, effectively a vivid look at the hustle and bustle of the First Five year plan I ve never heard anything good about Soviet Realism so I didn txpect much from this book But despite some of the heavy handedness I The Black Sheeps Baby (Into The Heartland) (Into The Heartland) (Silhouette Intimate Moments, enjoyed the tempo of the writing a lot Anntire chapter of this book is devoted to nothing but the techniue of how to pour concrete complete with charts and graphs Socialist realism in full swing I appreciated how straightforward this book was but I didn t njoy it This isn t something I would have chosen to read if I didn t have to read it for class and I don t think I ll ver read it again The first chapter is omitted for the time being What a great way to start the novel I recognize that this novel has great literary merit for the Soviet Union and that it is written with a uniue style That being said for the life of me. Valentine Kataev's Time Forward is a classic of Soviet Realism Written in 1932 the novel captures the Dangerous to Touch enthusiasm and the optimism of the First Five Year Plan in its portrayal of the construction of Magnitogorsk annormous metallurgical plant cons. I could not get through it
If I had time and patience then maybe I could have Socialist realism is not forI had time and patience then maybe I could have Socialist realism is not for and it bears remembering the time and place this book was written and the audience it was intended for Obviously the narrative concludes in a somewhat forced way with the triumph of the Soviet spirit and the defeat of non believers But as a writer I think Kataev is masterful at creating a sense of tempo that infuses the ntire book and mirrors closely the dramatic temporal tensions of the plot It s also
An Incredible Window Intoincredible window into thinking and philosophy of the Soviet mind during a time of incredible change for what was just a couple of decades arlier a predominantly agrarian and semi feudal society in most places Not least Magnitogorsk where narrative Rodeo Daughter explores the taming and relentless transformation of a once remote and desolate place into a hub of steel production The char. Idered one of the finest industrial achievements of the period Time Forwardmbodies the beliefs of the ra that the collective here a multinational brigade through its determination and the application of technology can accomplish the impossible.