Ölümcül Yumurtalar

Mikhail Bulgakov Tuğba Bolat


Ölümcül Yumurtalar

Ölümcül Yumurtalar

  • Title: Ölümcül Yumurtalar
  • Author: Mikhail Bulgakov Tuğba Bolat
  • ISBN: 9786053325161
  • Page: 376
  • Format: Paperback



1917 Rus Devrimi ni izleyen alkant l y llar yeni bir Sovyet ger ekli ini ortaya koyarken, d hi zooloji profes r Persikov da canl organizmalar n reme h zlar n art ran ve onlar devle tiren yeni bir k z l n ke feder O s ralarda Sovyet cumhuriyetlerindeki b t n tavuklar k r p ge iren bir salg n patlak verince, Persikov un hen z test edilmemi bulu u bu soruna bir1917 Rus Devrimi ni izleyen alkant l y llar yeni bir Sovyet ger ekli ini ortaya koyarken, d hi zooloji profes r Persikov da canl organizmalar n reme h zlar n art ran ve onlar devle tiren yeni bir k z l n ke feder O s ralarda Sovyet cumhuriyetlerindeki b t n tavuklar k r p ge iren bir salg n patlak verince, Persikov un hen z test edilmemi bulu u bu soruna bir are olarak g r l r Zira bilimde ilerleme ve bu sayede d manlarla rakipleri geride b rakma, Stalin d neminin yol g sterici ilkesidir Stalin in iktidara geldi i 1924 y l nda yaz lmas na kar n 1928 de ge en bu bilimkurgu, iktidar n ve bilginin k t ye kullan lmas n n sonu lar na i aret eden parlak bir sistem ele tirisidir.


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لا يستغرق الأمر كثيراً من القراءة في الرواية لتدرك أنك أمام عمل أدبي كبير وكاتب عبقري ماكر مدهش في رمزيته ورسائله الخفية الجريئة المتدفقة عبر الروايةكعادة الكُتاب الروس تجد نفسك في قلب الرواية وفي أجواء روسيا الباردة مباشرة من الصفحات الأولى وربما من السطور الأولى حماس يص [...]

Роковые яйца = The Fatal Eggs, Mikhail BulgakovThe Fatal Eggs (Russian: Роковые яйца) is a science-fiction novella by Mikhail Bulgakov, a Soviet novelist and playwright whose most famous work is The Master and Margarita. It was written in 1924 and first published in 1925. The book became quite popular, but was much criticised by some Soviet critics as a satire of the Russian Revolution of 1917 and the leadership of Soviet Russia.The Fatal Eggs can be described as a science [...]

Mijaíl Bulgákov es uno de los mejores escritores que leí y descubrí este año. Hasta la fecha no hay libro que me haya gustado tanto como "El Maestro y Margarita", al que considero una verdadera joya literaria. Ha superado mis expectativas incluso sobre libros como Los Hermanos Karamazov o Stoner, ambos de notable prestigio y belleza.En el caso de este libro, "Los Huevos Fatales" me ha vuelto a agradar su narrativa tan amena y sus argumentos tan originales. La manera que tenía este gran esc [...]

A slim sci-fi novel(la) about a "ray of life" birthing mutant cockerels, snakes, and ostriches which run amok in 1920s Moscow. Biting satirical larks from Russia's best-ever satirist.N.B. This story is included in "Diaboliad" (Vintage Classics) with other short stories. You might want to save money and get that collection.

First half of this book almost reads like a witty story of manners; second half reads like a cheesy horror flick of the 30s—which I wouldn’t consider bad as I love a good ol’ fashioned horror classic (as long it has sufficient cheese).I ultimately really liked this book. However it is highly likely that the second half will throw many people off as laziness. The way I see it, there are two possible interpretations one might make of the second portion of this story: either Bulgakov just los [...]

The Fatal Eggs is fun. In this outlandish novelette Mikhail Bulgakov wickedly satirized the new Soviet soulless bureaucracy.Monsters beget greater monsters… “Shukin fired a few more shots in the direction of the conservatory, smashing several panes of glass. But behind him a huge olive-coloured coil sprang out of a cellar window, slithered over the yard, covering it entirely with its ten-yard-long body and wound itself round Shukin's legs in a flash.It dashed him to the ground, and the shiny [...]

Un libro magnífico. Frente a un mismo problema histórico-político se pueden ensayar distintas respuestas. Algunas respuestas pueden ser lúcidas, otras no tanto, otras puede ser fuertes, otras no tanto. Personalmente, me interesan las lúcidas, no importa que sean fuertes o débiles. Ante el problema de la dictadura rusa que siguió a la revolución de octubre de 1917 -que en realidad fue en noviembre si se toma el calendario gregoriano occidental en lugar del oriental juliano- algunos artist [...]

هذه الرواية ليست خيالا علميا بل هي رواية ساخرة من الأوضاع السياسية والخيال العلمي أو الأمور الغريبة التي لجأ إليها الكاتب لم تكن إلا فانتازيا ساخرة من الواقع وهو الأسلوب الذي يلجأ إليه بولغاكوف في أغلب رواياته مم يسخر بولغاكوف في هذه الرواية !الواضح إنه يسخر من القادة السيا [...]

"Doğanın işleyişine müdahale etmek ne kadar doğru?" , "Bilimsel gelişmeler, yanlış kişiler ve yanlış amaçlarla kullanıldığında ne gibi felaketlere yol açabilir?" , "Devrim niteliğindeki buluşlar, farklı nedenlerden ötürü irili ufaklı felaketlere dönüştüğünde suç, bu devrimi başlatanda mı yoksa farklı yollara sürükleyenlerde midir?" gibi envai çeşit soruyu zihninize yerleştirecek, akıcı, özgün bir kitap.

Questo racconto di Bulgakov non mi è piaciuto particolarmente, comunque meno di Cuore di cane. Forte è la satira bulgakoviana alla politica e al regime comunista ( il racconto è stato scritto nel 1924, in pieno regime), ai politici ottusi e burocrati che pretendono, nella loro ignoranza, di prendere in mano la scienza e servirsene senza le conoscenze adatte per gestirla e così facendo provocano danni incontrollabili alle popolazioni. Un racconto definito di fantascienza, certo lo era per l [...]

thefataleggsFor some time now I have been reading a lot about Bulgakov and his books on Kaggsy’s bookish ramblings – her enthusiasm for him made me want to read some of his work. I wasn’t sure which of his novels I would attempt first, but when I came across a copy of this very slight novel in the library I thought it might be a good one to start with.The Fatal Eggs is a novel which is a kind of sci-fi satire on Stalinist Russia (right out of my comfort zone really). I took the book away w [...]

أنقذونا يا رفاق، اقتلوا الثعابين

بيوض القدر من سيقرأ لبولغاكوف هذا الكتاب بعد (المعلم ومارغريت) و(مذكرات طبيب شاب) سيقر أنه يمكن لبولغاكوف أن يبدع في أي مجال، سواءً كتب في العالم الخيالي السحري - المعلم ومارغريت - أو في عالم واقعي - مذكرات طبيب - أو في الخيال العلمي كما في هذا الكتاب. ربما نتردد قليلاً في تصنيف ه [...]

An odd read even for Bulgakov. The clever and budgeted writer that he is, slows down the narration in the second half of this tiny book. The novella starts off as a hilarious satire on absurd investigations under the guise of science. A bland look on the bureaucratic nonsense that surrounds a professor and his "frog egg" investigation, Bulgakov gently points at the Russian secret police, propaganda politics and the headaches that come with insipid helpers.Enjoyed but didn't love.

Only Bulgakov can get from satire of Soviet bureaucracy to GIANT MONSTERS EATING THE COUNTRYSIDE in a short story and have it make perfect sense. Please, nobody tell the SyFy network about this or they'll buy the film rights in 10 seconds.

کتاب خوب نبودبرید مرشد و مارگاریتا رو بخونید و دل سگ رو که ده ستاره ن

This is a science-fiction novella combining the likes of two literary writers Mary Shelley's Frankenstein (with the theme of the scientist whose experiments lead to dire consequences), and H.G. Wells's The Island of Doctor Moreau (with the blurred distinction between animals and humans), further combined with satirizing the times, that of the early Communist regime (1920s) of the former USSR.The book shows how its communist government used to intervene the lives of scientists and their yet incom [...]

Sebbene mi sia piaciuto lo stile di Bulgakov, a tratti anche ironico, questo è un genere che non fa proprio per me. Per fortuna era un romanzo breve, non avrei retto un libro più lungo. Interessante il messaggio lanciato da Bulgakov, uno spaccato della società russa degli anni venti, con la politica che vuole interferire anche nelle scoperte scientifiche e che, non avendo le giuste conoscenze, provoca danni incontrollabili.

Bilin yanlış insanların elinde felakete sebep olabilir

If you have any doubts that Bulgakov was a doctor, then read this novel. There are so many laboratory scenes and there is so much enjoyment in explaining the scientific process. It's nice to see a book where the science isn't the problem, the scientist is not hell bent on gaining knowledge at any cost. The people who want to use it before it's been properly tested are however another matter.

Great short satire. I'm told this isn't Bulgakov's best work. It really has me enthusiastic about the rest.

این هم اثری فوق العاده ،یک داستان فانتزی جذاب با این یپام که "ای انسان در طبیعت دخالت نکن!":)

I'm sure all of us can look back at a few books that stand as, so to speak, milestones along the road of our lives -- books that changed us in some way, usually in our way of thinking. For me, one of these has been Mikhail Bulgakov's The Master and Margarita, which I was bowled over sideways by in the excellent Michael Glenny translation when I was about 20.Translated Russian novels, even moderately thick ones, could be fantasticated and fun! Who knew? Certainly not me, at that age.The odd thing [...]

A medical experiment gone bizarre and the whole of Moscow is hit by a catastrophe noone can ever imagine. Poor Professor Persikov, though!!~~~~~~~~~Those who have read Bulgakov know full well that his works were a satire on Stalin's regime in Soviet Russia and this is another extraordinary book so well done. ~~~~~~~~~Utter madness, this book is, just like THE HEART OF A DOG, just like THE MASTER AND MARGARITA, but man, did I love it!!!~~~~~~~~~

A short, tightly written straightforward satirical view of the post-revolutionary Soviet Union. Borrowing ideas from the then-still-relatively-new science fiction genre (Wells in particular), Bulgakov presents the story of powerful potentially wonderful invention wreaking havoc when its co-opted by state operatives obsessed with quick action rather than thoughtful progress, sort of like the short-lived rapidly-imploded Trump-Ryan health care plan. That’s when you know satire works, when it spe [...]

Weirdly reminiscent of a terrible Asylum monster flick in its none-more-cliched plot. Some science happens! But then The Man takes the science away from the scientist who made the science, so it does monsters. Oh no! The army are not very good at fighting monsters. Fortunately, deus ex machina.Hell, it even keeps the monsters off-screen most of the time. And when you do see them, they even read like bad special effects.The difference, of course, is that this was written in Soviet Russia in 1924 [...]

Pekâlâ Köpek Kâlbi kadar sevdiğim bir Bulgakov eseri. Nedendir bilemiyorum, Batı'da genel olarak "Sovyetler Birliği'nin satirize edildiği bir kitap" olarak görülüyor. Evet, Sovyetler Birliği ve özellikle o dönemde yaşanan uygulamalar da satirize ediliyor lâkin çok daha ince noktalar da mevcut kitapta. En basitinden ağustos ayında gelen don, yani sıcaklığın sıfırın altına düşmesi. İlâhî müdahaleye bir atıf, hem de bariz bir atıf.Sözün özü, kitabı Sovyet bü [...]

What a terrible end for Persikov, Professor of Zoology. The media and the state bureaucrats are to be blamed for the horrifying catastrophe when they took the untested invention called "the ray of life" and started producing mutants. Not realising that the eggs they were using were not of chickens but of reptiles due to a cock-up delivery. Frenzied Moscowian blamed the professor for his accidental discovery, killed him and destroyed his home and lab. This is the 3rd Bulgokov I've read. A Brillia [...]

Oproti Markétce a zápiskům doktora celkem slabota. Ruskej vědec najde v roce 1928 způsob jak pomocí paprsku rozmnožovat žáby. Mezitím začnou jinde chcipat slepice. Nejakej jouda z vlády přijde za vědcem a sebere mu v rámci národního dobra paprsek a s vědomím, že množí slepice, vytvoří monstrhady, který mu všechno poserou (sežerou manželku a tak). Takže něco jako hadi v letadle, zkoušel jsem si představovat, ze vědec vypadá jako Samuel L. Jackson, ale ani to moc [...]

Okuduğum diğer Bulgakov eserlerinin bir adım gerisinde kalmasına rağmen beğendiğim bir kitap oldu. Bulgakov'un sistem eleştirisi yaparken kullandığı dil okuyucu rahatsız etmiyor. Ancak Usta ve Margarita ile Köpek Kalbi'yle kıyasladığımda benim için bir adım geride kaldı.


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