Jelena, žena koje nema

Jelena, žena koje nema

Ivo Andrić / May 19, 2019

Jelena ena koje nema Jelena ena koje nema Jelena a Woman Who s Not Here belongs to the inter war period It is the expression of an abstract idea in concrete terms suggesting the force with which quite abstract not

  • Title: Jelena, žena koje nema
  • Author: Ivo Andrić
  • ISBN: 9788673463131
  • Page: 437
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Jelena, ena koje nema Jelena, a Woman Who s Not Here 1962 belongs to the inter war period It is the expression of an abstract idea in concrete terms, suggesting the force with which quite abstract notions and vague impressions can impose themselves on the imagination, demanding to be recognized as no less real than reality This is the story about disappearing womanJelena, ena koje nema Jelena, a Woman Who s Not Here 1962 belongs to the inter war period It is the expression of an abstract idea in concrete terms, suggesting the force with which quite abstract notions and vague impressions can impose themselves on the imagination, demanding to be recognized as no less real than reality This is the story about disappearing woman a story which in other contexts has seemed puzzling, if not downright insubstantial, but which is greatly improved by being viewed as an allegory of the life of art Jelena like Eurydice is a supremely beautiful woman, but the narrator does not live for her illusory visits because he desires her, but because life itself is transformed when she arrives Life is infinitely rich and significant in her presence, and he is happy with no cause without her, he despairs, in a wasteland of insignificance She is really all the artist s nighttime visions contained in a single figure, and she is gloriously beautiful than anything that could actually exist The narrator concedes from the start that she is only an illusion, but this is a fact he has recovered from like an illness you only catch once in a lifetime and his whole imaginative efforts is to glimpse the illusion as often as possible to win his Eurydice again and again over the threshold between dreams and realities Orpheus must continually expect her, or she will never come She is always and only the product of the artist s lyre As such she is immortal, for art is immortal but if he views her as daylight reality she slips back over the threshold, and becomes part of that world of transience where Hades has entire dominion.

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      • Ivo Andrić

        Ivan Ivo Andri Cyrillic was a Yugoslav and Bosnian novelist, short story writer and Nobel prizewinner His writings deal mainly with life in his native Bosnia under the Ottoman Empire His house in Travnik is now a Museum His Belgrade flat on Andri ev Venac hosts the Museum of Ivo Andri and the Ivo Andri Foundation.After the Second World War, he spent most of his time in his Belgrade home, held ceremonial posts in the Communist government of Yugoslavia and was a Bosnia and Herzegovina parliamentarian He was also a member of the Serbian Academy of Sciences and Arts In 1961, he was awarded the Nobel Prize for Literature for the epic force with which he has traced themes and depicted human destinies drawn from the history of his country He donated the prize money to libraries in Bosnia and Herzegovina.His works include The Bridge on the Drina, Bosnian Chronicle aka Chronicles of Travnik , and The Woman from Sarajevo These were written during WW2 while he was living quietly in Belgrade and published in 1945 They are often referred to as the Bosnian Trilogy as they were published simultaneously and had been written in the same period However, they re connected only thematically.Other works include Ex Ponto 1918 , Unrest Nemiri, 20 , The Journey of Alija erzelez Put Alije erzeleza, 1920 , The Vizier s Elephant Pri a o vezirovom slonu, 1948 tr 1962 , The Damned Yard Prokleta avlija, 1954 , and Omer Pasha Latas Omerpa a Latas, released posthumously in 1977


    743 Comments

    1. Диван избор о самоћи, несхваћености, одбачености. О два свијета. Што реална што имагинарна.


    2. 'Sva iskušenja, sva ispaštanja i sve patnje u životu mogu se meriti snagom i dužinom nesanica koje ih prate. Jer dan nije njihovo pravo područje. Dan je samo bijela hartija na kojoj se sve beleži i ispisuje, a račun se plaća noću, na velikim, mračnim i vrelim poljima nesanice. Ali tu se i sve rešava i briše, konačno i nepovratno. Svaka preboljena patnja nestaje tu kao reka ponornica, ili sagori bez traga i spomena.'


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    4. Instead of a review an excerpt from the book Оно што нисам могао да одгонетнем у сну, ја сам често покушавао да прочитам на јави,будан. У шетњи, или чак усред разговора са људима, одједном искрсне преда мном бела хартија пуна црних слова. И ја читам Јеленино писмо које нисам никад примио.При чит [...]


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    6. Čitala sam preko kompa još u srednjoj školi, prvenstveno zbog imena ali svidela mi se. Volim da virnem još uvek i prisetim se rečenica iz knjige.


    7. Ovo izdanje je, koliko je meni poznato, bio prvi pokušaj da priređivači objedine Andrićeve priče o ženi u jednu jedinstvenu zbirku. Izbor se sastoji od devet pripovedaka: Anikina vremena, Mara milosnica, Ljubav u kasabi, Ćorkan i Švabica, Žena na kamenu, Igra, Žena od slonove kosti, Bajron u Sintri i naslovna priča Jelena, žena koje nema. Kada se zbirka iščita, uvidi se da pripovetke i nisu toliko o ženama, koliko su to narativi o lepoti, čiji su nosioci žene. Nju Andrić osvetl [...]


    8. I can't remember whether I read this novella this year or the last one, but what I do remember is that I enjoyed it immensely and re-read it several times.Jelena is a figment of the author's imagination, following him through his life and appearing at certain points of his life. She is actually personification of his inspiration, and her appearance shows the progress of his life. That's what makes this novella magical.Andrić was one of the most inspired authors of the last century in the Balkan [...]




    9. zbirka pripovedaka:anikina vremenamara milosnicacorkan i svabicaljubav u kasabiigrazena od slonove kostizena na kamenubajron u sintrijelena, zena koje nemaprve cetri su dobre, ostale su smor.




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