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  • Author:
    Yuri Olesha
  • ISBN:
    0393000427
  • ISBN13:
    978-0393000429
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  • Publisher:
    W W Norton & Co Inc (May 1, 1981)
  • Pages:
    288 pages
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    History & Criticism
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Envy (Russian: Зависть) is a novel published in 1927 by the Russian novelist Yuri Olesha.

Envy (Russian: Зависть) is a novel published in 1927 by the Russian novelist Yuri Olesha. It is remarkable for its poetic style, undulating modes of transition between the scenes, innovative structure, biting satire, and ruthless examination of Socialist ideals.

In his & to the First Congress of Soviet Writers' (published in this book), the author expressed his mea culpa about his former work: & writer must be an educator, a teacher. I have set myself the task of writing for the young. Communism is not only an economic system but a moral system as well.

He is also the author of two short story collections, Thirst and Pu-239 and Other Russian Fantasies

ISBN 13: 9785050016744. Yuri Olesha (1899-1960), the son of an impoverished land-owner who spent his days playing cards, grew up in Odessa, a lively multicultural city whose literary scene also included Isaac Babel. Olesha made his name as a writer with Three Fat Men, a proletarian fairy tale, and had an even greater success with Envy in 1927. He is also the author of two short story collections, Thirst and Pu-239 and Other Russian Fantasies.

Translated from the Russian by. MARIAN SCHWARTZ. Food and other necessities were in short supply, but privations might have weighed gently on the shoulders of an up-and-coming, nondoctrinaire, d writer on the staff of the Whistle, the widely read newspaper of the Railway Workers’ Union. In his work at the Whistle, Olesha found plenty of satirical targets among the low-level officials he held responsible for the quotidian incompetencies and indignities that plagued Soviet life (without implicating Party leaders, who were presumed to be struggling against them as well).

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Envy, and Other Works book.

Envy, and Other Works book. His works are delicate balancing-acts that Yury Karlovich Olesha (Russian: Юрий Карлович Олеша), Soviet author of fiction, plays and satires best known for his 1927 novel Envy (Russian: Зависть). He is considered one of the greatest Russian novelists of the 20th century, one of the few to have succeeded in writing works of lasting artistic value despite the stifling censorship of the era.

ISBN13:9780393000429. Release Date:May 1981. Publisher:Norton & Company, Incorporated, W. W. Length:320 Pages.

Yuri Olesha MacAndrew, Andrew . and Yuri Olesha. Envy and Other Works. Doubleday & C. 1968. Envy by Yuri Olesha".

MacAndrew, Andrew . Retrieved 2012-02-09. Soviet Envy: Yuri Olesha Is Back, and Only Slightly Less Funny". Retrieved 2006-05-24.

Yuri Olesha (1899–1960), the son of an impoverished land-owner who spent his days playing cards, grew up in. .Her work includes Edvard Radzinsky’s The Last Tsar, Yuri Olesha’s Envy, and many works by Nina Berberova.

Yuri Olesha (1899–1960), the son of an impoverished land-owner who spent his days playing cards, grew up in Odessa, a lively multicultural city whose literary scene also included Isaac Babel. Soon, however, the ambiguous nature of the novella’s depiction of the new revolutionary era led to complaints from high, followed by the collapse of his career and the disappearance of his books.

Stories, sketches, a play, and short novel by a twentieth-century Russian writer express the dangers of a technological utopia and the problems of life in the modern world