Koba el Temible (2020)

Koba el Temible Koba el Temible un libro de memorias una cr nica una meditaci n sobre Stalin y su legado es una continuaci n de Experiencia la aplaudida autobiograf a de Martin Amis Es b sicamente un libro pol tic
  • Title: Koba el Temible
  • Author: Martin Amis Antonio Prometeo-Moya
  • ISBN: 9788433970374
  • Page: 126
  • Format: Paperback
  • Koba el Temible un libro de memorias, una cr nica, una meditaci n sobre Stalin y su legado es una continuaci n de Experiencia, la aplaudida autobiograf a de Martin Amis Es b sicamente un libro pol tico sin dejar de ser personal Se centra en un importante punto d bil del pensamiento del siglo XX la tolerancia de los intelectuales occidentales ante el estalinismo Ent Koba el Temible un libro de memorias, una cr nica, una meditaci n sobre Stalin y su legado es una continuaci n de Experiencia, la aplaudida autobiograf a de Martin Amis Es b sicamente un libro pol tico sin dejar de ser personal Se centra en un importante punto d bil del pensamiento del siglo XX la tolerancia de los intelectuales occidentales ante el estalinismo Entre el personal comienzo y el final personal, Amis nos ofrece el mejor cursillo que se ha escrito sobre Stalin Koba el Temible, I sif el Terrible El padre del autor, Kingsley Amis, aunque rectific en la madurez, fue un lacayo de la Komintern como l mismo acabar a diciendo entre 1941 y 1956 Su segundo amigo m s ntimo y luego su amigo m s ntimo despu s de la muerte del poeta Philip Larkin era Robert Conquest, el destacado soviet logo, cuyo libro sobre El gran terror 1968 contribuy m s que ning n otro, con la nica excepci n de El archipi lago Gulag de Solzhenitsyn, a socavar los cimientos de la URSS Este notable libro de memorias de Martin Amis analiza estas conexiones Stalin dijo que la muerte era un hecho tr gico, pero que la muerte de un mill n era simple estad stica Koba el Temible gira alrededor de una muerte concreta y es una refutaci n del aforismo de Stalin.
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    1. There has never been a regime quite like it, not anywhere in the history of the universe To have its subjects simultaneously quaking with terror, with hypothermia, with hunger and with laughter.The first jokes about communism in Russia have surfaced almost immediately after the Revolution of 1917 In one, an old woman visits the Zoo in Moscow and upon seeing a camel for the first time laments look what the Bolsheviks did to that horse The usual characteristics of such jokes was their deadpan and [...]

    2. Amis is a fine writer, and the personal touches he brings to his recounting of the crimes committed by Stalin ism or less the musings about a family raised under the strong left leanings of his father, Kingsley, and the troubling political and ideological shoring up they were forced to undertake as the murderousness of the Soviet regime began to crystalize with a definition that only the most fervent fellow traveler could wish away provide a principal ingredient of what makes this book worthwhi [...]

    3. Amis on Stalin Not a scholarly work, as many people have pointed out, and is it still necessary to debunk Stalin But I thought it was a successful book You think you know how bad Stalin was, but, in fact, most people don t At least, I didn t, and I ve read Solzhenitsyn My favorite part was the section on Stalin s incredible popularity It s painful to write this , says Amis He describes the belief, widely held by ordinary citizens, that Stalin was quite unaware of all the terrible things that wer [...]

    4. It is unfortunate that Vintage lists this as Memoir History as it isn t history in any serious sense Amis is no historian While indexed, the book lacks both bibliography and substantiating footnotes Amis primary sources as cited in the text, lean, as he admits, to the right.The book is, however, partly a personal memoir and mostly an polemical essay or series of essays attacking the Soviet system in general and Stalin in particular On the personal side, it is interesting that Amis is an old frie [...]

    5. First, a note about star ratings Some people on don t really get the one star review A single star means simply that for whatever reason, you didn t like a book That s all Not that you hated it, not that you loathed it a single star is not a black hole of antipathy but just a note that a book didn t satisfy you in some deeper sense It s not an objective rating of quality, but all about subjective response So when I give a book one star, it s not that I think I m speaking for the entirety of west [...]

    6. Cuando era ni o, todav a me toc escuchar algunos de los argumentos en defensa de Stalin y de Lenin, y de Trotsky, y de la Uni n Sovi tica y de la idea de la revoluci n que Martin Amis combate, en general con xito, en este libro A estas alturas es imposible negar los horrores y los millones de muertes de las que Stalin fue responsable durante su largo reinado en la URSS, pero, a la vez, muchas personas desconocen por completo este cap tulo espantoso, y por lo mismo crucial, de la historia del sig [...]

    7. It wasa symmetrical convenience for Stalin that a true description of the Soviet Union exactly resembled a demented slander of the Soviet Union Martin Amis opens his very personal history of Josef Stalin, Koba the Dread Laughter and the Twenty Million with a quote from Robert Conquest s book on the the Terror Famine We may perhaps put this in perspective in the present case by saying that in the actions here recorded about twenty human lives were lost for, not every word, but every letter, in th [...]

    8. A Semi biography of Stalin, concentrating less on the historical details, and on a meta analysis of the events themselves.This was my first foray into the world of Martin Amis, and it was intense.I read about him in the New Yorker recently, and quickly forgave myself for not having read him before To quote Stephen King and many others so many books so little time If you find you ve been oblivious to a great writer, forgive yourself, go to the library, get his or her work and then move forward.W [...]

    9. C mo aquilatar los horrores del estalinismo en menos de 300 p ginas Y c mo conseguir que el lector sea consciente de la terrible experiencia que sufri el pueblo ruso Martin Amis lo consigue en este libro que es un pu etazo a nuestra conciencia.

    10. It s simply not true that Stalin killed many people than Hitler Why do people repeat this as if it s a fact It hardly seems like an ideologically innocent mistake.See Bloodlands Europe Between Hitler and Stalin Snyder is a great historian who can hardly be accused of harboring pro Stalin views By Snyder s estimate, the holomador, or planned famine of the early thirties, killed around 4 million people In the great terror of 37 38 around 700,000 were shot Consider that Hitler was, uncontroversial [...]

    11. Regolamento di conti in famiglia Marin prende qualche catasta di libri sul tema e inchioda non tanto Stalin, quanto la Intellighenzia che ha non solo tollerato, ma sostenuto, lodato, elogiato, servilmente adorato il tiranno georgiano ma che alfine divenne il pi russo degli zar , tra cui spicca il Padre, colpevole tra gli anni 30 e 40 di essere stato tra i Laudatores del Regime Sovietico insieme ad altri esponenti della Sinistra Britannica.La Conta dei morti, non rilevante, anche se fosse solo st [...]

    12. This book was incredible.First the critiques 1 The book suffers a bit from pedantry Martin Amis is very much an intellectual and not afraid to pick works that will have you running to the dictionary to look up esoteric words and the encyclopedia to look up obscure 19th century russians every other page.2 To me the book also suffers from a lack of cohesion Throughout the book I could only occasionally detect the thread of his narrative or memoir Usually, I just read on, finding what I was reading [...]

    13. From an official list of declassified Soviet jokes prepared by the CIA no kidding A train bearing Lenin, Stalin, Khrushchev, Brezhnev, and Gorbachev stops suddenly when the tracks run out Each leader applies his own, unique solution Lenin gathers workers and peasants from miles around and exhorts them to build track Stalin shoots the train crew when the train still doesn t move Krushchev rehabilitates the dead crew and orders the tracks behind the train ripped up and relaid in front Brezhnev pu [...]

    14. A fierce moral accounting of the murder of millions by Stalin Amis takes to task those apologists of Soviet communism and its leaders, including his novelist father Kingsley and best friend, the infamously cantankerous and former lefty Christopher Hitchens.Amis argues that Hitler s supreme evil doubly victimized humanity by marginalizing Stalin s own satanic arrogance and blood lust It didn t help that Stalin also became a necessary evil to defeat the Nazis, even though his already monstrous cri [...]

    15. Martin Amis is a man in trouble He gets big advances for his books, but in the UK he is overshadowed by the popularity of younger writers such as Irvine Welsh Amis is thus under pressure to maximise his media profile as a means of moving product Hardly surprising then that Amis should frame his absurdly late denunciation of Stalin as a snub to his friend Christopher Hitchens public spats being peculiarly popular with UK newspapers As a publicity stunt this manoeuvre worked well enough, generatin [...]

    16. An amazing book A powerful, unusually constructed exploration of Stalin s regime, his life and death Highly researched I had read Time s Arrow which is a novel written backwards, from a man s death, reverse aging, to his birth and found it interesting I found this one riveting, though Amis is incredulous that this story hasn t been widely told, and I am, too, after reading this book The scale of oppression, suffering, and atrocity is behemoth, far greater than the deaths caused by the Nazis The [...]

    17. Todo el mundo ha o do hablar de Auschwitz y Belsen Nadie sabe nada de Vorkut ni de Solovetski.Todo el mundo ha o do hablar de Himmler y Eichmann Nadie sabe nada de Yeyov ni de Dzeryinski.Todo el mundo ha o do hablar de los 6 millones del Holocausto Nadie sabe nada de los 6 millones del Terror del Hambre.Hay varios nombres para designar lo que ocurri en Alemania y Polonia a principios de los a os cuarenta Holocausto, Sho , Viento de la muerte No hay nombres para designar lo que ocurri en la Uni n [...]

    18. Probably the best angriest book about a historical figure I have ever read Amis stomps on Stalin s grave, but how could he not His father embraced Stalinism and his good friend Christopher Hitchens will take Marxism to his grave His whole life his un Communist beliefs have been questioned and this book is his response Amis rarely asks a reader to listen to his own opinions because he laces his book s pages with sources A fine book written by a fine writer, and importantly, ideas from a great re [...]

    19. Stalin s experiment I am stunned Hitler murdered 6 mil Jews and other assorted misfits but Stalin bested that than 3 times over Now I am trying to understand why there is in Russia today, nostalgia for the good ol days Who can explain this to me I am re reading this book because it is rich beyond words if one is to understand the Russian mind Regarding the Ukraine, it was described as one vast Belsen in Stalin s day, so why the loyalty to Russia there today

    20. Too polemical for my taste, and too dependent on right wing anti communists like Robert Conquest, whose numbers re Stalin s crimes have not withstood the numbers constructed after the opening of the archives in 1989 Not nearly as good as Zone of Interest

    21. A devestating portrait of Stalin s rule Best read 8 10 pages at a time Any faster and the horror gets to be too much.

    22. Uma compila o breve dos livros tradicionais acerca dos crimes do comunismo em especial os do Robert Conquest, com quem ele teve algum contato pessoal, e do Alexander Soljen tsin Falta uma ordem cronol gica mais bem definida e, em alguns pontos, explica es mais panor micas.Em alguns momentos, tem se a impress o de que St lin teria sido a nica raz o do massacre dos russos mas Amis, pontualmente, relembra que L nin e Trotsky prepararam bem o terreno para que se chegasse a esse ponto entregaram um E [...]

    23. British novelist Martin Amis ponders the question, why is it that one never laughs about Hitler s Holocaust which claimed the lives of 11 million, while members of the left are able to laugh about Stalin s rule, which claimed the lives of over 20 million This is an examination of the socio historical political facets that underlie Soviet style communism, and seeks to provide explanation for its broad support among the European intellectual elite of the 1950 s, including Amis father Kingsley It i [...]

    24. Ivan the Dread was a Russian leader of old who was known for his extreme cruelty Koba was one of Josef Stalin s childhood nicknames Twenty million was the approximate number of people who died under Stalin s reign due to famine, exile and execution Laughter was the seemingly inexplicable ability of the Russian people to laugh at, or despite, their horrible sufferings.The laughter was not the only thing the author struggled understanding There was also this fact that what Stalin did received less [...]

    25. Martin Amis s Koba the Dread is his personal account of Stalin the mass murdering monstrosity, and the obstinate blindness and stupidity of Western intellectuals who continued to argue that, even if it had problems , Soviet Communism had its heart in the right place, really Which Martin got to view firsthand, as Kingsley Amis s son his dad was an old CP comrade turned virulently anti communist.Robert Conquest memorably began his history of Stalin s Terror famine about 20 human lives were lost fo [...]

    26. This book is a mixture between memoir, history text, and college research paper about one of the most compelling and interesting people in history, Stalin Amis raises several important questions and supplies lots of answers in addition to telling the recent history of Russia What is particularly interesting is that, even though Stalin killed 20 million some historians believe this number to be closer to 40 or 50 million of his own people, he was still liked and supported only partly out of fear [...]

    27. An book length essay that wonders how the murderous reign of Stalin was somehow different, both in character, but importantly, in the eyes of the free world than that of Hitler And, if his character description of Stalin is true, then here we have a picture of how a country would be run were a psychopath to be its absolute ruler I m aware that the term psychopath is a cliche, when used to describe megalomaniac dictators but Stalin exemplifies the superficial intellect, the charm and the delight [...]

    28. An admittedly one sided investigation into the Bolshevik terrors upto the end of Stalin s time Amis considers the grip that the Soviet regime had on the Western intellectual comrades right into the 70s The horrors detailed under Stalin are known and frequently denounced The Western comrades tend to describe themselves as Leninst Marxist or a Trotskyist in an attempt to remove themselves from the stigma of Stalin what Amis shows is that both Lenin and Trotsky were very much in favour of terror as [...]

    29. I really liked this book, though of course it got depressing at times like from the beginning to the end Very interesting for me personally, as he calls out his friends for supporting Stalin, or at least Lenin and Trotsky, while they denounce other totalitarian rulers This reminded me of my attempts in college to draw distinctions between USSR s early rulers and other tyrants Overall a very good primer on Stalin and his excesses, that also clearly states Lenin and Trotsky were NOT likely to have [...]

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