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Kamie Na Kamieniu Wies Awa My Liwskiego Zanim Jeszcze Pojawi Si Na P Kach Ksi Garskich, Sta Si Ju Wydarzeniem Literackim Henryk Bereza Pisa O Tej Powie Ci Jest, Jak Ka De Arcydzie O, Przede Wszystkim Wielk Tajemnica Sztuki, Czym Niepoj Tym, Co Zdaje Si Do Nas Przychodzi Z Innego Wymiaru , A Tak E My Liwski, Wype Niaj C Wielowiekowe Puste Miejsce W Polskiej Literaturze, Bierze Na Siebie Ca Y Ci Ar Odwiecznych Epickich Zobowi Za Artystycznych, Spe Nia Epick Powinno Wobec Chyba Jednego Z Ostatnich Uk Ad W Wiata O Cechach Niepowtarzalno Ci I Samowystarczalnej Pe Ni.Powie Zdoby A R Wnie Wielkie Uznanie W R D Czytelnik W, Czego Dowodem By Y M.in Tytu Y Ksi Ki Roku 1984 W Plebiscycie Ksi Garni Wsp Cze Ni I Dziennika Wieczornego W Bydgoszczy Oraz Ksi Ki Dziesi Ciolecia 1975 1985 W Plebiscycie Tygodnika Kulturalnego Warto I Znaczenie Powie Ci Potwierdzi Y Przyznane Jej Nagrody Funduszu Literatury, Stowarzyszenia Ksi Garzy Polskich, Ministra Obrony Narodowej I Stopnia, Stowarzyszenia Bibliotekarzy Polskich, Klubu Kultury Ch Opskiej Obecnie Kamie Na Kamieniu T Umaczony Jest Na Kilka J Zyk W Francuski, Rosyjski, Esto Ski, Czeski, S Owacki, Bu Garski, Rumu Ski, Niemiecki


10 thoughts on “Kamień na kamieniu

  1. Jim Fonseca Jim Fonseca says:

    A long, slow read, meant to be savored and it is worth it I read this bit by bit over a few months It mixes up the present with reflections of the past in stream of consciousness passages There is little dialogue The main character is a Polish man who fought in the resistance against the Germans and then the Russians in WW II He was hospitalized for a year with wagon injuries to his leg He s mainly a farmer but at times supplement his income as a barber and a clerk in the town hall We read of his present doings and reflections on his growing up on the farm He was one of four brothers Two brothers left for the big cities and essentially never came back except for a visit of a few hours every three years We see the infinite sadness of a mother writing to her sons who never reply The youngest brother is mentally challenged and the main character takes care of him but he s no saint On one occasion he savagely beats his woman friend and on another, his brother He believes in God but in a superstitious way he comes to believe that God is the land So what is like working on a Polish farm and growing up in rural Poland in what is probably a...


  2. Agnieszka Agnieszka says:

    Stone upon stone is an epic saga and vast panorama of rural life and the peasant s view of the world The main character, country bumpkin Szymek Pietruszka, a cross between a philosopher and chronicler, in a simple though not plebby way spins a story of his own life And we, readers actually feel as if we were sitting on the threshold of his homestead and before our eyes pass a colorful parade of people and events which he had participated.Country road, winding and full of holes hich one could go on the fair to the nearby town or to dance to the neighbouring village And acacias which were growing by it and every summer smelled so stunningly that people walked like a drunk And the cemetery which, during the war, was a place of six week battle, and when it finally ended people had to bury their loved ones for the second time And old verger Franciszek who with the acolytes had to catch starlings, titmice and other birds and let them out on cemetery to restore life and singing to that place again And grandfather Kacper who forgot where he hid the document granting him the rights to the land, and that could make him a rich man And grandmother Rozalia who drowned sailing to Am...


  3. Lee Lee says:

    Finished it and said something like whoa, great book The title is perfect per the epigram it s from a folk song stone upon stone on stone a stone and on that stone another stone A perfect title because it s a simple introduction to the novel s alinear associative structure progress across the clear cut beginning, middle, and end of a few eras the narrator s pre war youth of mostly satisfying work in the fields, fighting in the resistance during WWII, and the post war soviet era marked by administrative work, excessive drinking, and chasing women Like the last book I read Buddenbrooks , it light handedly dramatizes totally dramatic societal shifts occuring over a few decades in this, the blacksmith s sons repair TVs The present scenes, whenever the narrator Syzmek comes up for air after dunking his head in the river of the past, involve building a tomb Each anecdote amounts to a virtual stone Syzmek uses to construct this tomb of a book, divided into nine long chapters, two or three of which are masterpieces The chapters Land, Hallelujah, and most of Bread supplied exactly the sort of thing you hope to find when you open a 534 page dense peri WWII not western Euro novel published by the great Archipelago Books Disputes over boundaries between fields, near fatal beatings, in depth descriptions of various war wounds, drinking binges and deceitful drunks, all sorts of earthly desires and earthly horrors why fear hell when we ve lived thr...


  4. Vit Babenco Vit Babenco says:

    I would ve simply called Stone Upon Stone a narrative wonder Though if you ask me, eternity s the same whether you re eaten by worms in your grave or fishes in the sea When the Day of Judgment comes, the folk in their graves and the ones from the sea will have to rise up just the same And it s a lot less trouble in the sea than when you have to build a tomb The protagonist lived a long, rebellious and troubled life and now he attempts to build a tomb for himself and his kin And in the process he remembers his entire life, mostly tumultuous and unhappy although he had his happy moments as well The recollections come randomly childhood, youth, adulthood, grandparents, mother, father, brothers, war, resistance, peace, hospital, work, drunkenness, harvests, lost love everything gradually aggregates into a vivid mosaic of living People don t need to know everything Horses don t know things and they go on living And bees, for instance, if they knew it was humans they were collecting honey for, they wouldn t do it How are people any better than horses or bees The hero tells his story furiously as if he wants to give the world a piece of his mind He philosoph...


  5. Michael Michael says:

    This fat novel, first published in 1984 and translated into English in 1999, felt to me like a masterful paean to the power of human memory to hold a lifetime, to reconstruct a dying way of rural life, and to reveal the heroic and stubborn resilience of the spirit We start with Szymek in middle age working on a stone tomb for his two brothers and already dead parents in a rural village in Soviet era Poland One thought leads to another, back and forth through time, spanning his history of rebelliousness while growing up in a farming family and eventual return to the land after a life of trying to escape Depending on the flow of his memories, we are treated to episodes and chapters from different phases of his life These include his traditions in youth as a bully, a womanizer, and a boozer, his noble but brutal service with the resistance in the war, and his post war forays into work as a barber, a policeman, and finally different positions in the local government bureaucracy, all with interludes of helping his aging parents manage their farm In his recent history, we learn about his recovery for years from serious leg injuries caused by an accident and get visions of him faci...


  6. Buğra Aydoğan Buğra Aydoğan says:

    Arka kapakta Wies aw My liwski ile ilgili William Faulkner, Gabriel Garcia Marquez ve Ya ar Kemal in yazd klar gelene in izini s r yor yaz lm Okurken bunlar n yan na John Steinbeck in de eklenmesi gerekti ini d nd m Ancak olaylar n Kaliforniya n n z m bah elerinde ya da ukurova n n pamuk tarlalar nda ge mesi ta ran n ya ad dramatik ger ekleri de i tirmiyor Ta Ta st nde de bunun izini s ren romanlardan biri Ufak tefek eviri kusurlar olmasayd son zamanlarda okudu um en kusursuz romanlardan biri olacakt.Ta Ta st nde Syzmek isimli bir k yl n n g z nden devletin, k yl lerin ve ta ran n d n m n anlat yor Bu d n m tetikleyen en a r darbe kinci D nya sava olmas na ra men sava n romanda hat r say l r bir yeri yok Sava daha ok ge mi ten bug n ay ran effaf bir s n r izgisi gibi yer ediyor S n r n bir taraf sava ncesi ta ran n gelenekleri, ya ay ve d nyaya bak a s n , b r taraf ysa geleneklerden kopu u ve ta ran n d n m n ifade ediyor Roman 500 sayfa boyunca bir k yl n n monolo undan olu tu u i in dili de olduk a hafif K sa ve basit c mlelerle ger ekten de bir k yl n n a z ndan km hissiyat veriyor Bunda b y k ihtimalle yazar n ta rada b y y p sava ve sava sonras n canl olarak g zlemlemesinin etkisi b y k.Roman n temel meselesi toprak Topraktan ...


  7. Laysee Laysee says:

    I very rarely leave a book unfinished and I had wanted to consign Stone Upon Stone to the heap of unreadable books after the first chapter It took me a very long time to get to the end of the first chapter But I felt I needed to read some , so I read another two chapters and still I wanted to ditch it However, I am thankful I kept on reading because it turned out to be an unusual story that touched me in unexpected ways.I have never before read Wies aw My liwski He is a Polish novelist I found out later that Stone Upon Stone translated by Bill Johnston won the 2012 Best Translated Book Award.The novel began with a strange subject matter Having a tomb built The main character, Szymek Pietruszka, was building a family tomb and straining to finish it because if you ve never done it, you have no idea how much one of those things costs It s as much as a house For reasons that gained clarity as the story unraveled, building a tomb to house the entire family was important to Szymek Whether it s for eternity or not, a person needs a corner to call their own What made this book so hard to read My liwski had a discursive style of storytelling that took the fo...


  8. Argos Argos says:

    Son y llarda okudu um en g zel roman eviri ola an st , bir k yl n n dilinden insan , insanl , insanl k hallerini o kadar g zel anlat yor ki, k sa c mleler ve basit tan mlamalarla seller sular gibi okunuyor Hele bir konudan bir konuya ge erken, konular ...


  9. Bern Bern says:

    Uzun zamand r okudu um en ilgin kitaplardan biri Okurken bir anda h z nlenip, iki sat r sonra kendi kendime g lmeye ba lad m Polonya y , Polonyal lar niye sevdi imi, niye kendime bunca yak n buldu umu ...


  10. Lark Benobi Lark Benobi says:

    The discursive narrative style is a blend of artfulness and artlessness that disarmed me with its power All of the harrowing, deadly, tender, and memorable events in Szymek Pietruszka s life are revealed to the reader, with many digressions along the way Some events are sharply told in a single paragraph Others reveal themselves in small increments that build throughout the novel, as if some memories are too painful to tell all at once Szymek is i...