Хозяин и работник

  • Title: Хозяин и работник
  • Author: Leo Tolstoy
  • ISBN: 9785424123962
  • Page: 137
  • Format: Paperback
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    • Issa Deerbany says:

      الصفقة لا تستطيع الانتظار يجب السفر في اَي وقت وفِي اَي ظرف. الثلوج تغطي الارض والجو عاصف والليل أوشك على على السدول.بعد أخذ ورد وافق على اصطحاب خادمه. الخادم المخلص رغم ان سيده يأكل حقه. ولكن ما العمل فهو يوفر له العمل.الخادم يقدم كل ما عنده من خبرة ليوفر الراحة لسيده.حتى أصبح [...]

    • Ahmad Sharabiani says:

      Master and Man, Leo Tolstoy عنوانها: ارباب و نوکر؛ ارباب و بنده؛ نویسنده: لئو تولستوی؛ تاریخ نخستین خوانش: بیست و دوم ژوئن سال 1992 میلادیعنوان: ارباب و نوکر؛ نویسنده: لئو تولستوی؛ مترجم: مهران محبوبی؛ تهران، ارغنون، 1370؛ در 112 ص؛ موضوع: داستانهای نویسندگان روسی قرن 19 معنوان: ارباب و بنده؛ نوی [...]

    • Gautam says:

      The very meaning of life is sometimes learned through unexpected events or turmoils that may happen at-least once in our lives. My grandfather once told me :" You realize that the things you deem important would prove otherwise at one stage of your life".This is a complicated thought that you may only experience in due time and may not comprehend it wholly before that particular time frame. I still don't get it though I feel it is true.Leo Tolstoy's 'Master and Man' is the story of a man who con [...]

    • Sofia says:

      Μια ιστορία για τις επιλογές των ανθρώπων που απαρχής κόσμου είναι πάντα τόσο λανθασμένες μέχρι που φτάνεις στο μη περαιτέρω. Το κρύο περνάει στην ψυχή του αναγνώστη και η αγωνία κορυφώνεται σελίδα τη σελίδα. Άμα λέω ότι σαν τους Ρώσους κλασικούς δεν έχει, ξέρω τι λέω!

    • Nasia says:

      Ο κάθε άνθρωπος είναι οι επιλογές που έκανε ακόμα και στον πιο ανύποπτο χρόνο της ζωής του. Και ποιος είναι ο πιο κατάλληλος για να μας το διδάξει αυτό παρά ο Τολστόι;

    • فهد الفهد says:

      السيد والخادم أتهيب القراءة للأدباء الروس، يردعني عنهم طول مؤلفاتهم والبؤس الذي يسكنها، لدي كتب لبوشكين وغوغول وتورجينيف، وأغلب كتب دستويفسكي وتولستوي وتشيخوف وغوركي وبولغاكوف وشولوخوف وسولجنتسين، ولكني نادرا ً ما أتشجع واقرأ لهم، في كل مرة أشعر بأني مقبل على مشروع ضخم، [...]

    • Viv JM says:

      Master and Man is definitely the most Russian story I have ever read! For example, I give you this sentence:"Nikita was gloomy because he passionately wanted vodka, and the one thing that could extinguish that desire was tea, but he had not yet been offered any."The story is about a rich master and his underpaid servant going together on a quest to buy wood despite the atrocious weather conditions. You sense it's not going to end well (!) but the climax is actually rather moving, if a little hea [...]

    • Samadrita says:

      My God! These Russians. I know this is perhaps an irreverent way of addressing Tolstoy, but I can't help but club him with the group of illustrious Russian writers that gave the world so much to treasure. Sometimes I wonder how every single one of them can be so damn bloody brilliant. Amazing and awe-inspiring. I have no words or at least I don't have words enough to describe the beauty of this work.Perhaps it is an irony of the highest order that a country, which has been headed mostly by a gro [...]

    • Agir(آگِر) says:

      این کتاب جزو اولین آثاری بود که از لئو تولستوی خوندمنمیدانم دقیقا چند سال پیش بود ولی اصلا لذت نبردماحتمالا یکبار دیگه بخونمش چون از تولستوی هرچی کتاب تا حالا خوندم عالی بودهشاید خوندم و باز لذت نبردماستثنائات همیشه وجود دارند ؛)

    • G.R. Hewitt says:

      An enjoyable and thought provoking story.

    • Renée Paule says:

      I thoroughly enjoyed this short read. There are many lessons in it for humankind and I for one won't be letting go of them. Highly recommended.

    • Laura says:

      Free download available at Project Gutenberg.Opening lines:It happened in the 'seventies in winter, on the day after St. Nicholas's Day. There was a fete in the parish and the innkeeper, Vasili Andreevich Brekhunov, a Second Guild merchant, being a church elder had to go to church, and had also to entertain his relatives and friends at home.5* War and Peace5* Anna Karenina3* Where Love Is, There God Is Also4* The Kreutzer Sonata4* Katia4* Resurrection3* A Letter to a Hindu3* The Death of Ivan Il [...]

    • Samir Rawas Sarayji says:

      I really enjoyed this collection of Tolstoy, despite being heavy on religion (parables DUH). Tolstoy's characters think and interact in such identifiable ways to readers that there is an instant emotional connection with them, truly impressive in the short format. The only reason I withheld the last star is because most of the parables start with a quote from the Bible, but as if that's not enough, most end with a paragraph spelling-out the moral lesson intended. Why Tolstoy? Your writing is so [...]

    • Sarah says:

      Once again, Tolstoy proves he can write excellently about death in "Master and Man". The angle taken to approach the topic is a little different than how it is handled in "The Death of Ivan Ilych"; in this case, a brash, unwise decision by a driven person leads to an untimely death and a near-fatal incident for another drawn into the event. The message that I take from a story like this is that we all think we're invincible because we've never experienced death before and it seems so far away, a [...]

    • Maria says:

      It was my dearest insomnia that led me to my very first encounter with Leo Tolstoy. I must say the omniscient narrator in Master and Man is quite a skilled storyteller. I was chilled to the bone at some point. Peak of summer and I found myself reaching for a blanket. Power of suggestion? Perhaps an extremely gifted writer.Vasili Andreevich and Nikita are two brilliant characters and there is so much growth for such a short little tale. The change doesn’t seem extravagant though, it just feels [...]

    • Andrea Ika says:

      These three stories of Tolstoy's maturity show him increasingly grappling with fundamental issues of religion and morality. In "Master and Man", he depicts an employer, bent on closing a business deal, travelling with his servant through the swirling snow - little realizing how soon he may have to settle his accounts with his maker. "Father Sergius" portrays a priest tormented beyond endurance by the longings of his body, while "Hadji Murat" dramatizes the divided loyalties of a leading figure i [...]

    • Gisoo says:

      یک داستان که گمونم اگه در یک شب برفی زمستونی خونده بشه بیشتر به دل می شینهچون این قدر خوب فضارو تعریفش می کنه که سرمای برف رو حس می کنی و نوک انگشتات سرد می شن.

    • Fatin says:

      Welcoming Tolstoy into my world. I'm not veryveryvery impressed, but the writing was beautiful and rich with symbolism. An onion, layers and layers can be peeled off. I have a feeling, I'll keep thinking about this until I am veryveryvery impressed but at the moment, I'm not.Here's a particular gem though:"'Nikita's alive, which means I'm alive, too,'"

    • Lavender Libya says:

      كتاب ااكثر من رائع وقصص قيمة ومفيدة ومليئة بالعبر كعادة ليو تولستوي

    • Омаира says:

      4,5Madre mía, ¡qué acabo de leer! "Хозяин и работник" o "Amo y criado" constituye para mi un pequeño tesoro de la literatura rusa. Novela corta escrita los últimos años de vida de Tolstói, y publicada en la revista "El mensajero del Norte" en 1895.Por mi parte desconocía por completo la existencia de esta historia del autor, lo que en cierta manera tiene su lógica. Tolstói siempre aparece ligado a la novela por sus grandes producciones, que son Guerra y Paz, Anna Karéni [...]

    • Hasan حسنمنصور says:

      ﻻ يكاد يمر عام أو شتاء دون أن أعيد قراءة قصة من قصص تولستوي في السيد والخادم، أو قصة من قصص مختارات تشيخوفيالروعة! هؤلاء أساتذة اﻷدباء في اﻹنسانيةتستحيل برودة الصقيع وقسوة الحياة بفضل ما سطروه دفئا وجماﻻ!اليوم بالذات راجعت قصة صلاة أم وأكاد أجزم أن تولستوي استوحاها من آيات [...]

    • Tory C. says:

      I have a weakness for Tolstoy and the realism he uses to write his novels. I added “and the realism” but I’m pretty sure if Tolstoy wasn’t involved the realism wouldn’t be nearly as attractive. I’ve read books by lesser authors who took great pains to give minute details, but in many of those books the details are dead-weight. The authors seem to be using the details to say “Look what I am doing. Aren’t I grand.”In Tolstoy’s books the details thrill me. They breathe life into [...]

    • Lisa says:

      4.5 Stars"Master and Man" is a masterpiece of Tolstoy, which makes you shows that wealth and power are not important to have a fulfilled life. It was also the first book that made me shiver while reading it. :DTolstoy shows how simple it is to make people think about social values and norm. You only need two men who could hardly be more different than they are and a dead end situation.On the one hand we have Nikita, the former alcoholic who lost everything he have due to gambling but changed his [...]

    • PRINCESS says:

      To read free:publicliterature/books/mas“Lose an hour and you can’t catch it up in a year.”A greedy master and a long suffering obedient servant. The main character in the story is Vasili Andreevich Brekhunov. Materialism corrupts his entire vision. Making money is his only goal in life and for that he risks and he loses his life. He cheats and tries to change everybody. His servant; Nikita is supposed to be paid eighty rules a year but he pays him half of that amount. Brekhunov plans a jou [...]

    • Shahin Ghaeminejad says:

      هگل هم کتابچه ای با همین نام دارد که در آن به شیوه ی خود از رضایت بیشتر بنده از زندگی نسبت به اربابش و خشنودی واقعی این بنده صحبت می کند و او را پیروز واقعی کارزار می داند.تولستوی هم به همین تقابل می پردازد اما در کمال تعجب، شرایطی که تولستوی به توصیفش می پردازد بسیار پیچیده تر ا [...]

    • Anis Bekhouche says:

      حينما اشتريت الكتاب ظننته رواية طويلة بعنوان السيد والخادم تبين بعد أن بدات بقراءته ان السيد والخادم ماهي إلا قصة من بين مجموعة من القصص التي جاء حواها الكتاب على كل لم اكمل قراءة الكتاب وصلت إلى حوالي الصفحة 150 الكتاب كما أسلفت عبارة عن قصص يحاول من خلالها الكاتب الوصول إلى [...]

    • Babak Habibi says:

      یکی از آثار خوب کلاسیک روسی که در عین سادگی بیان و کوتاهی داستان به خوبی منظورش رو میرسونه.اینکه دیدگاه‌های یه ارباب با بنده اش چقدر فرق داره و خواسته‌هاشون از زندگی چیه و تو شرایط سخت این آدما به چه کسایی تبدیل میشن و نتیجشون چیهمثل همیشه خوشحالم که وقتمو گذاشتم برایِ خوندن [...]

    • John says:

      A novella by one of the all time greats. How Tolstoy can do so much in a short novella is beyond me.

    • Miguel says:

      silenciosquefalam/

    • Guillermo Gonca says:

      Introducción:Hubo un tiempo en que la moraleja se convirtió en una salida fácil para finiquitar un cuento. Los escritores se envolvían en un halo de supuesta sabiduría y abusaban de ese recurso. Paralelamente, la literatura con moraleja fue usada como un vehículo de propaganda, y muchas veces sirvió de apoyo para la difusión de disposiciones religiosas o campañas gubernamentales. Desde entonces, las obras narrativas que incluyen tendenciosos aleccionamientos morales y discutibles ideas [...]

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