Слепой музыкант

Слепой музыкант The Light Which Scientific Investigation His Thrown Upon The Moral And Intellectual Development Of Persons Deprived Of Sight Invests This Story With Peculiar Interest The Book Is A Psychological Study In Which The Inner Life Of The Blind Is Analyzed, With A View Of Their Trials Resulting From Their Lack Of Sight The Subjects For The Study Are A Blind Girl Whom The Author Knew As A Child A Boy, A Pupil Who Was Gradually Losing His Sight And A Professional Musician, Blind From His Birth, Of Superior Intellect, Scholarship And Refinement Mr Kennan Says That Korolenko Represents The Most Liberal, The Most Progressive, And The Most Sincerely Patriotic Type Of Russian Manhood Stepniak Remarks That The Story Shows Korolenko S Talent In A New Light But The Most Valuable Tribute To Its Truthfulness And Power As A Psychological Study Is Furnished By Mr Anagnos, Director Of The Massachusetts School For The Blind, Who, After Praising Its Literary And Artistic Merits, Pronounces It True To The Conditions Of The Intellectual And Physical Development Of This Class Of Unfortunates The Critic We Have, In The Present Instance, A Study Of The Psychological Development Of The Blind, Under The Guise Of A Charming Story From Russian Life Its Representations Of The Earlier Mental Processes Of The Sightless As Crude, And Of Their Conceptions Of The External World As Inadequate, Are Perhaps Close To The Truth In Its Employment Of Music As A Medium For Interpreting Light And Darkness, Colors, And Other Phases Of Material Life To Those Born Blind, It Suggests A Method Of Instruction Of Which Larger Avail Might Perhaps Be Made To Advantage Nor Is It Impossible That Music Is Thus To Be An Increased Factor In The Fuller Revelation Of The Physical World To The Blind Undoubtedly The Whole Field Of Psychological Inquiry, As Herein Traversed, Has Not Been Fully Explored, And Will Hereafter Yield Richer Return To The Patient Investigator The Book Itself Is Beautiful In Its Mechanical Execution, While Chasteness, Pathos, And Withal A Certain Brightness Combine To Make The Story Most Charming The Methodist Review, Volume

was journalist, human rights activist and humanitarian His short stories were known for their harsh description of nature based on his experience of exile in Siberia Korolenko was a strong critic of the Tsarist regime and in his final years of the Bolsheviks.Korolenko s first short stories were published in 1879 However, his literary career was interrupted that year when he was arrested for revolutionary activity and exiled to the Vyatka region for five years In 1881 he refused to swear allegiance to the new Tsar Alexander III and was exiled farther, to Yakutia.Upon his return from the exile, he had stories published Makar s Dream , Son Makara established his reputation as a writer when it was published in 1885 The story, based on a dying peasant s dream of heaven, was translated and published in English in 1892.Korolenko settled in Nizhniy Novgorod shortly afterwards and continued publishing popular short stories He published a novel Slepoi Musykant in 1886, which was published in English as The Blind Musician in 1896 1898.After visiting the Chicago exhibition during 1893, Korolenko wrote the story Without Language , Bez Yazyka based on what happens to a Ukrainian peasant who immigrates to the USA His final story Mgnovenie, Blink of an Eye , was published in 1900.By then, Korolenko was well established among Russian writers He was a member of the Russian Academy of Sciences but resigned in 1902 when

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  • Слепой музыкант
  • Vladimir Korolenko
  • 10 October 2018
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    Slepoi muzykant The blind musician, Vladimir KorolenkoThe Blind Musician is a 1886 novel by Vladimir Korolenko 1981 1336 168 1346 212 1352 1283 1388 9789644459771 1393 19 1362 244 1368 246 1376 168 243 243 .

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