Nicolai Lilin, pseudonimo de Nicolaj Veržbickij (en ruso: Николай Вержбицкий; Bender, 12 de En su novela, Educación siberiana (Einaudi, abril de ), cuenta el El libro ha tenido una transposición cinematográfica bajo la dirección de . Educazione Siberiana (); ↑ DMAX: dal 2 febbraio Nicolai Lilin ci spiega. Watch video a drama based on a memoir about growing up as a member of the urka community in the small republic of transnistria. He was born and grew up in . Buy Educazione siberiana by Nicolai Lilin from Amazon’s Fiction Books Store. Everyday low A metà libro viene voglia di abbandonare la lettura. La lingua è.
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Refresh and try again. Open Preview See a Problem? Thanks for telling us about the problem. Return to Book Page. Preview — Educazione siberiana by Nicolai Lilin. Educazione siberiana by Nicolai Lilin Goodreads Author. Nicolai Lilin ha solo ventinove anni, ma ha da raccontare una vita straordinaria e un universo che non assomiglia a nessun altro: Pochi forse hanno sentito nominare la Nicolai Lilin ha solo ventinove anni, ma ha da raccontare una vita straordinaria e un universo che non assomiglia a nessun altro: Pochi forse hanno sentito nominare la Transnistria, regione dell’ex Urss autoproclamatasi indipendente nel ma non riconosciuta da nessuno Stato.
Nel quartiere Fiume Basso si viveva seguendo la tradizione siberiana e i ragazzi si facevano le ossa scontrandosi con gli sbirri o i minorenni delle altre bande.
Lanciando mini molotov contro il distretto di polizia, magari: La scuola della strada voleva che presto dal coltello si passasse alla pistola. Sono loro, giorno dopo giorno, a trasmettere valori che paiono in conflitto con quelli criminali: E anche la cultura del tatuaggio, della pelle che dice il destino di ognuno. Grazie alla forza della narrazione, quel mondo incredibile, tragico, dove la ferocia e l’altruismo convivono con naturalezza, diventa a poco a poco familiare e vero.
Uno stile a tratti spiazzante, con una sua dimensione etica, oppure decisamente comico, nei momenti di distensione che attraversano le pagine come la vita. HardcoverSupercorallipages. Published April 3rd by Einaudi first published To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. To ask other readers questions about Educazione siberianaplease sign up.
Lists with This Book. In my review of Lilin’s other book “Free Fall”, I said that his writing about the war in Chechnya knocked the spots off Vietnam War books. And in this, his earlier memoir about his childhood, Siberian criminal culture is laid bare and knocks all Mafia tales into a cocked hat.
Exotic, brutal and frankly bizarre, it’s a tale of an old culture with all its values and mores that seem to derive from another planet.
But the book is undeniably fascinating. The Siberians here don’t even live in Siberia, In my review of Lilin’s other book “Free Fall”, I said that his writing about the war in Chechnya knocked the spots off Vietnam War books. The Siberians here siberianz even live in Siberia, but in a region between Moldova and Ukraine after exile under the Communists as Siberia became the preserve of the Gulags and the local ‘honest’ criminals were displaced in the prisons by political prisoners.
A fiercely proud and independent criminal culture who stubbornly resisted integration under the Communists, now find themselves trying to preserve their independent traditions in the face of the new Russia and Capitalism.
They have a strange mix of Orthodox religion and criminality, in which God is used in elliptical codes that the police and authorities can’t pierce. They refer to themselves as men of honour, bringing the justice of God to their criminal, anti-authoritarian activities. The bodycount is high in the book, for those who dishonour the strange etiquette built of honourable behaviour. And yet siebriana etiquette is utterly predicated on respect like any Mafiosa, albeit one more embedded on your actual deeds, rather than naked shows of power.
The language and etiquette apart from being religious is also rather poetic and lyrical, because it’s formal.
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It’s like something out of Shakespeare’s portrayals of high nobility. They are criminals and yet their code demands they remain humble. They eschew flagrant shows of wealth. The money is really only spent on every day living, guns and religious soberiana.
They despise gangsters who wear gold, instead they have their copious tattoos tell their stories for them. At the time of writing this novel, Lilin was a professional tattooist in Italy, bringing his native skills with him.
It’s hard to see quite why lirbo criminals worked so hard to rob for money, when they didn’t really spend it, other than helping out less fortunate members of their community, which usually meant widows of other criminals who maybe wouldn’t have needed financial help if their men hadn’t worked so fatally hard being criminals In fact the most money appearing in the book was for a community raised reward to track down the perpetrators of the rape of an autistic girl.
And the strange rules of the community meant that only the juveniles could go about seeking out the perpetrators and educzione justice, because they equated to the same age of the victim. This chapter was seriously fascinating and alienating in equal counts. A postcard from a seriously exotic outpost of the world.
Interesante, impactante, contradictorio no por que se contradiga, sino porque son los sentimientos que me generacruel, duro, libfo, ilustrativo. I know I got this book for free, but at the risk of sounding biased I absolutely loved this book! It’s written in a straight forward style that’s direct and to the point which I found to be really refreshing. You will not find flowery language, run on sentences or fluff here. This is a no holds barred account of growing up in a community where violence is a way of life and it was chilling, disturbing and enlightening edcuazione at the same time.
I was fascinated by the dichotomy siberianw their culture with t I know I got this book for free, but at the risk of sounding biased I absolutely loved this book! I was fascinated by the eduvazione of their culture with thieves and vagabonds on the one hand and yet their sense of freedom, honor, justice and commitment to family and community is enviable.
Nicolai’s detailed explanations behind the old traditions from the way the criminals interact with one another and those outside of their community not all criminals hold to the same code of honor to the story behind the tattooing made me feel totally immersed in his world. I personally could not put this book down.
I highly recommended this book for anyone who enjoys reading memoirs with a gritty edge and who isn’t bothered by the lack of a suberiana good happy ending. Aug 29, Marco rated it it was amazing. Le regole, l’etica, la struttura sociale; a educaziohe dal valore della vita.
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Un libro scritto in maniera diretta, cruda sull’educazione siberiana. La quinta stella va all’uomo che si racconta anche dal vivo.
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Et indblik i en ukendt verden. On se perd dans les noms et les histoires. Feb 02, Giada rated it it was amazing. Savages, pure and antouched by the civilization. I come from Romania, near to Ucraina, Moldova and Russia. Siebriana like a deja vu from what my grandfather used to tell me about the comunist era. Nov suberiana, Claudia rated siberianna it was amazing. Solo in questo modo riesco a spiegarmi come mai, dopo Protocollo Cremlino di Marek Halter uno dei miei autori preferiti e il primo che ho recensito per RBmi sia trovata tra le mani Educazione Siberiana.
Tuttavia – come ho dedotto dalla lettura del libro di Halter – Stalin era un sadico pazzo maniaco, per cui, se quando voleva essere magnanimo mandava i suoi nemici in Siberia mentre se era proprio arrabbiato non sopravvivevano abbastanza a lungo per essere esiliatinon mi sembra impossibile che, per punire dei siberiani che educazilne loro paese si trovavano abbastanza bene, possa aver escogitato eduucazione spostarli altrove, scegliendo ad esempio la Transnistria attuale Moldavia.
Anche qui molti critici, ed io con loro, hanno avanzato seri dubbi. Personalmente mi auguro che l’autore abbia mentito e che solo una minima parte dei fatti narrati gli sia capitata personalmente. Siberian education is the true story of Nicolai Lilin growing up in a place where the only way to survive is to be a criminal, Transnistria. The story starts off with a quick fire fight scene to give you an idea of what this world is all about then it goes to the beginning with his childhood. The book talks a little about tattoos and their meaning which I found siberiaa be super interesting and my favorite part.
The second to last chapter is a siberiqna read and very heart wrenching as well. Nicolai is a great story teller in my opinion because siberianw does go off on tangents like you would when sitting down and telling a person a story. I would recommend to anyone who is interested in seeing the view of a criminal world or just a great true story.
Libo you first reads! I myself came from a similar background as the author, born in a family of the people he calls ”blatnoy”, and I can tell that all of these rules and customs he writes about are true even if it’s hard to believe for some people from western countries.
But now the customs of ”blatnoy” and siberian urka’s are mixed together, no longer are they so different, some of the customs are still alive, some are probably only used by the oldest families in Siberia. I know the prison life very good myself I myself came siberiaha a similar background as the author, born in a family of the people he calls ”blatnoy”, and I can tell that all of these rules and customs he writes about are true even if it’s hard to believe for some people from western countries.
I know the prison life very good myself even if I never have been edycazione, but my father spend a lot of time here, my husband is doing his second year here, I myself got married to him in prison and my brother is waiting for his 14 years sentence. It was just such a great pleasure to read a true book which was the first book telling about true life of our people, I had ever readevery custom here is a wonderful example of a life of a true honorable criminal, I especially loved that the author used the words we actually are using every day.
I can recommend this book to anyone who want’s to found out about eastern european criminals, I don’t think there is another book who actually represents our world better, because all the books I’ve read before and all the movies I’ve watched about eastern european criminals sibwriana are just a total crap, it looks like a comedy to us. So I siberiaana to congratulate the author for writing a wonderful and fascinating book. This is a culture that adheres siberlana a strict and complicated moral code and does not recognize the authority of the state, but rather, of their own community.
For many readers, it will be easy to make comparisons to organized crime cultures like linro of the Mafia, but this would be a very superficial reading of this book.
Many of the stories are quite harrowing and disturbing, but this is a great introduction to a culture and history that most will not already be familiar with. Interessante spaccato sul variegato universo sovietico. I valori della tradizione vengono prima delle regole di uno stato che non viene riconosciuto.
Without a doubt the most fascinating, shocking and moving book I’ve ever read. I picked it up for a couple of pound one day in HMV thinking it sounded interesting and would fill in time at work when nobody was about, never thought I would get so drawn into eduucazione story of such an intriguing culture I previously knew nothing about.
Forgetting about good and evil, right and wrong, I got so sucked into this amazing story of growing up in a world so different from my edufazione and anything I have ever read a Without a doubt the most fascinating, shocking and moving book I’ve ever read. Forgetting about good and evil, right and wrong, I got so sucked into this amazing story of growing up in a world so different from my own and anything I have ever read about or heard of before, of old Siberian traditions, honest criminals, loyalty and friendship.
I felt quite sad when I got to the end of this book, which had nothing to do with the actual story, it was simply because I wanted to find out more about this amazing other world.
Aug 24, Chordeva rated it it was amazing. Demonised for living beyond the state borders of Eastern Europe.