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10 thoughts on “The Love Girl And The Innocent

  1. Jonfaith Jonfaith says:

    Comrade Stalin was quite right He said, Personnel selection is decisive People are our most valuable capital I want that slogan up in the camp yard.Unlike our pantomime morality dramas where there are villains of the first order, a Platonic form of Evil what this play depicts is that everyone has a jackal within Well, almost everyone The gulag simply brought these lesser angels to the fore, a character here calls their world Campland and one of its cardinal features is that 99 people c Comrade Stalin was quite right He said, Personnel selection is decisive People are our most valuable capital I want that slogan up in the camp yard.Unlike our pantomime morality dramas where there are villains of the first order, a Platonic form of Evil what this play depicts is that everyone has a jackal within Well, almost everyone The gulag simply brought these lesser angels to the fore, a character here calls their world Campland and one of its cardinal features is that 99 people cry and one person laughs The titular characters are swept into a labor camp in the aftermath of the Great Patriotic War and find a fleeting human connection while they are tortured by the logic of their present existence He a former officer in the Soviet army is the rube, unwilling to accept the human costs of his position as labor organizer She is an orphan of Koba s wet dream of socialist perfection He is soon demoted and she must satisfy the carnal whims of her superiors Despite the debasement both recognize their doomed attraction as palpable Such are the consolations of the informed


  2. Michael Michael says:

    Reading this play by Solzhenitsyn was very enjoyable I had read other works by Solzhenitsyn in the past, which I loved Naturally, I assumed I would enjoy this play The character development was excellent, the storyline is enthralling, and it has a very realistic feel to it Oftentimes, I reflect on how good I have it, and I think to myself, I hope I never have to endure anything in the vain of a Gulag and the concomitant horrors surrounding that fate It s very peculiar that many young people Reading this play by Solzhenitsyn was very enjoyable I had read other works by Solzhenitsyn in the past, which I loved Naturally, I assumed I would enjoy this play The character development was excellent, the storyline is enthralling, and it has a very realistic feel to it Oftentimes, I reflect on how good I have it, and I think to myself, I hope I never have to endure anything in the vain of a Gulag and the concomitant horrors surrounding that fate It s very peculiar that many young people today are advocating for a return to those days of misery.I look forward to readingby Solzhenitsyn in the near future


  3. Jenny Jenny says:

    I love Russian literature, so I expected to like this, but it just isn t for me First of all, the title doesn t accurately depict what the play is about It s not about Lyuba and Nemov at all, really It s about Russian work camps right after the war the corruption, the labor, the deprivation, and the corruption again Basically, all the workers prisoners or not are trying to get by and make the best out of a horrific situation Lyuba and Nemov are just two types, not only as literary charac I love Russian literature, so I expected to like this, but it just isn t for me First of all, the title doesn t accurately depict what the play is about It s not about Lyuba and Nemov at all, really It s about Russian work camps right after the war the corruption, the labor, the deprivation, and the corruption again Basically, all the workers prisoners or not are trying to get by and make the best out of a horrific situation Lyuba and Nemov are just two types, not only as literary characters but even within the world of the play itself They don t have a particularly dominant or even a particularly interesting storyline Second of all, the stage directions are too complex for reading I couldn t really picture the scenes I love reading plays, and I can usually follow along and see them in my mind, but this one was just not a well written play Maybe it s much better performed, but good plays are ones that can be read as fluidly as they can be seen I love Peter Shaffer Amadeus is just as excellent to read as it is to see the movie, I mean I never saw a stage production Shaffer s stage directions are intricate he is not a minimalist by any means Still, I can follow his plays I know what s happening and where Third of all, there are far too many characters This is a play, not War and Peace In a thousand page novel that spans many years, tens or hundreds of characters make sense In a four act play, however, too many characters hinder character development and plot momentum I still own One Day in the Life of Ivan Denisovich and would like to give it a try I m not sure I will want to, though I still love Russian literature and always will This play really isn t for me, though, so I can t recommend it.After thinking about it some , the number of characters makes sense Too many people were confined to work camps, just as there are too many characters in the play The reader viewer isn t supposed to get to know the characters because people in the camps either died, got released, or were transferred before they could make any real connections with each other I need to give Solzhenitsyncredit than I initially did That being said, I change my rating to a 2.5 It s still low because I still don t feel a connection to the play He could have done a better job really highlighting the disconnect, the emotion, the struggle Maybe he didn t want to because it s better to disconnect from the emotion to get by after all, Solzhenitsyn lived in a labor camp himself, so he knew what mental labor people had to complete to keep from being goners , but I like character driven literature I can, then, recommend this to people who don t mind adistanced view of work camp life and who don t mind plot and setting driven works Sorry to belabor this review pun intended, of course


  4. Anna Anna says:

    Three things this play taught me 1 Life in the Gulag isn t fun As a matter of fact, life in a socialist dictatorship seems to suck.2 Even in a Stalinist camp and with Solschenizyn misogynism and bad gender roles are real There is a reason why Nemow is mentioned in the Titel but his love interest is only das Flittchen.3 I do not not enjoy reading plays Some are really good But I am very sensitive towards character development, dialogue and subtlety, and tend to becritical of them Three things this play taught me 1 Life in the Gulag isn t fun As a matter of fact, life in a socialist dictatorship seems to suck.2 Even in a Stalinist camp and with Solschenizyn misogynism and bad gender roles are real There is a reason why Nemow is mentioned in the Titel but his love interest is only das Flittchen.3 I do not not enjoy reading plays Some are really good But I am very sensitive towards character development, dialogue and subtlety, and tend to becritical of them Where the form is this reduced, the content needs to shine.You can read it But you really don t need to


  5. Gene Gene says:

    Russian novels are always a little confusing to me I don t know if it s the number of and unfamiliarity of the names But I still enjoy them immensely Solzhenitsyn s work here is a series of plays related to life in work or prison camps in the Soviet Union after World War II I found my head spinning trying to follow all the characters and their individual circumstances I m sure if performed on the stage, it would be much easier to keep clear, but in this mode I struggled The plays still did Russian novels are always a little confusing to me I don t know if it s the number of and unfamiliarity of the names But I still enjoy them immensely Solzhenitsyn s work here is a series of plays related to life in work or prison camps in the Soviet Union after World War II I found my head spinning trying to follow all the characters and their individual circumstances I m sure if performed on the stage, it would be much easier to keep clear, but in this mode I struggled The plays still did a good job relating life in these prison conditions I was able to see the conditions through the eyes of those in positions of leadership and those whose freedom had been stolen away The difficulty of maneuvering in such a dreadful situation makes me wonder if people from the first world countries would have the capacity or the will to survive the way some of the prisoners in the stories did And so many moral choices present themselves Do you compromise your beliefs for mere survival Do you join in on acts of crime in order to protect your own life How does one love his neighbour as himself in such a setting Solzhenitsyn also makes clear that the Western allies knowingly abandoned the fate of Soviet prisoners of war back to a country that only wanted them back to imprison them It amounted to nothing short of an atrocity The Soviet Union treated its traitors better than it did its prisoners of war returned to them It was a sick system that feared those who had any taste of liberty, and so needed to confine and control these potential trouble makers It s good to remember that there are nations still violating the human rights of those who have not committed any real crimes against persons or their property All they have done is to have believed the wrong things or spoken what would challenge the power of the state God give grace and hope to them And let those of us living in freedom make sure we raise awareness of this outrage as it occurs in the People s Republic of China, North Korea, and elsewhere


  6. Simon Mcleish Simon Mcleish says:

    Originally published on my blog here in August 1998.Like much of Solzhenitsyn s work, this play has distinct autobiographical features The play is also known as The Greenhorn and the Camp Whore , which is a ratherpunchy but less poetic way of translating the Russian title, Olen i Salisovka.The main character, and the one who clearly resembles Solzhenitsyn himself, is an army captain named Rodion Nemov He has been sent to the camp straight from the Second World War front line for one of Originally published on my blog here in August 1998.Like much of Solzhenitsyn s work, this play has distinct autobiographical features The play is also known as The Greenhorn and the Camp Whore , which is a ratherpunchy but less poetic way of translating the Russian title, Olen i Salisovka.The main character, and the one who clearly resembles Solzhenitsyn himself, is an army captain named Rodion Nemov He has been sent to the camp straight from the Second World War front line for one of the political offences that were so easy to commit, and doesn t yet understand anything about how the camp system worked.Because of his military rank, one of the first things that happens is that he is put in charge of the camp during a temporary absence of the commandant By his naivet and desire for justice he manages to alienate the various power structures within the camp These have mainly grown up through bribery, corruption, theft of materials He ends up accused of the very crime of corruption he has been trying to stamp out.Assigned to the foundry, Nemov meets Lyuba Nyegnevistskaya, one of the women prisoners She introduces him to the further degradations practiced upon the female prisoners the one thing they can use to improve their lot is their sexuality.The play is clearly important in Solzhenitsyn s development it semms to be the first place that he writes about the prison camp system as another country within the Soviet Union, the theme that later turned into the multi volume Gulag Archipelago It s fairly early, and conforms to the trend that his early work is better and less obsessive than his later work


  7. Dina Dina says:

    2.5


  8. Aliisa Aliisa says:

    productivity compromising morality love corrupt systems and incentives power competence incompetence


  9. Deana Deana says:

    This play was a very interesting look at the work camps in soviet Russia I learned a lot from it, but it was not an easy read because all the names are Russian so I d get confused who was who Also, the back of the book claims that it is a story of how the innocent falls in love with the love girl , who tries to convince him that everything will be made better for them in the camp if only he will agree to share her with the doctor there But this part of the plot does not enter at all until This play was a very interesting look at the work camps in soviet Russia I learned a lot from it, but it was not an easy read because all the names are Russian so I d get confused who was who Also, the back of the book claims that it is a story of how the innocent falls in love with the love girl , who tries to convince him that everything will be made better for them in the camp if only he will agree to share her with the doctor there But this part of the plot does not enter at all until almost the end There is muchto this play than that All in all, an interesting but difficult read, and many of the stage directions given like the tractor trailer truck full of people that is supposed to back onto the stage, and the hot coals that fall on the floor out of the blacksmith s kiln seem like they would not be easily done unless this is a movie script, which it doesn t appear to be


  10. Jonathan Jonathan says:

    You can feel the gulag archipelago taking shape.


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10 thoughts on “The Love Girl And The Innocent

  1. Jonfaith Jonfaith says:

    Comrade Stalin was quite right He said, Personnel selection is decisive People are our most valuable capital I want that slogan up in the camp yard.Unlike our pantomime morality dramas where there are villains of the first order, a Platonic form of Evil what this play depicts is that everyone has a jackal within Well, almost everyone The gulag simply brought these lesser angels to the fore, a character here calls their world Campland and one of its cardinal features is that 99 people c Comrade Stalin was quite right He said, Personnel selection is decisive People are our most valuable capital I want that slogan up in the camp yard.Unlike our pantomime morality dramas where there are villains of the first order, a Platonic form of Evil what this play depicts is that everyone has a jackal within Well, almost everyone The gulag simply brought these lesser angels to the fore, a character here calls their world Campland and one of its cardinal features is that 99 people cry and one person laughs The titular characters are swept into a labor camp in the aftermath of the Great Patriotic War and find a fleeting human connection while they are tortured by the logic of their present existence He a former officer in the Soviet army is the rube, unwilling to accept the human costs of his position as labor organizer She is an orphan of Koba s wet dream of socialist perfection He is soon demoted and she must satisfy the carnal whims of her superiors Despite the debasement both recognize their doomed attraction as palpable Such are the consolations of the informed


  2. Michael Michael says:

    Reading this play by Solzhenitsyn was very enjoyable I had read other works by Solzhenitsyn in the past, which I loved Naturally, I assumed I would enjoy this play The character development was excellent, the storyline is enthralling, and it has a very realistic feel to it Oftentimes, I reflect on how good I have it, and I think to myself, I hope I never have to endure anything in the vain of a Gulag and the concomitant horrors surrounding that fate It s very peculiar that many young people Reading this play by Solzhenitsyn was very enjoyable I had read other works by Solzhenitsyn in the past, which I loved Naturally, I assumed I would enjoy this play The character development was excellent, the storyline is enthralling, and it has a very realistic feel to it Oftentimes, I reflect on how good I have it, and I think to myself, I hope I never have to endure anything in the vain of a Gulag and the concomitant horrors surrounding that fate It s very peculiar that many young people today are advocating for a return to those days of misery.I look forward to readingby Solzhenitsyn in the near future


  3. Jenny Jenny says:

    I love Russian literature, so I expected to like this, but it just isn t for me First of all, the title doesn t accurately depict what the play is about It s not about Lyuba and Nemov at all, really It s about Russian work camps right after the war the corruption, the labor, the deprivation, and the corruption again Basically, all the workers prisoners or not are trying to get by and make the best out of a horrific situation Lyuba and Nemov are just two types, not only as literary charac I love Russian literature, so I expected to like this, but it just isn t for me First of all, the title doesn t accurately depict what the play is about It s not about Lyuba and Nemov at all, really It s about Russian work camps right after the war the corruption, the labor, the deprivation, and the corruption again Basically, all the workers prisoners or not are trying to get by and make the best out of a horrific situation Lyuba and Nemov are just two types, not only as literary characters but even within the world of the play itself They don t have a particularly dominant or even a particularly interesting storyline Second of all, the stage directions are too complex for reading I couldn t really picture the scenes I love reading plays, and I can usually follow along and see them in my mind, but this one was just not a well written play Maybe it s much better performed, but good plays are ones that can be read as fluidly as they can be seen I love Peter Shaffer Amadeus is just as excellent to read as it is to see the movie, I mean I never saw a stage production Shaffer s stage directions are intricate he is not a minimalist by any means Still, I can follow his plays I know what s happening and where Third of all, there are far too many characters This is a play, not War and Peace In a thousand page novel that spans many years, tens or hundreds of characters make sense In a four act play, however, too many characters hinder character development and plot momentum I still own One Day in the Life of Ivan Denisovich and would like to give it a try I m not sure I will want to, though I still love Russian literature and always will This play really isn t for me, though, so I can t recommend it.After thinking about it some , the number of characters makes sense Too many people were confined to work camps, just as there are too many characters in the play The reader viewer isn t supposed to get to know the characters because people in the camps either died, got released, or were transferred before they could make any real connections with each other I need to give Solzhenitsyncredit than I initially did That being said, I change my rating to a 2.5 It s still low because I still don t feel a connection to the play He could have done a better job really highlighting the disconnect, the emotion, the struggle Maybe he didn t want to because it s better to disconnect from the emotion to get by after all, Solzhenitsyn lived in a labor camp himself, so he knew what mental labor people had to complete to keep from being goners , but I like character driven literature I can, then, recommend this to people who don t mind adistanced view of work camp life and who don t mind plot and setting driven works Sorry to belabor this review pun intended, of course


  4. Anna Anna says:

    Three things this play taught me 1 Life in the Gulag isn t fun As a matter of fact, life in a socialist dictatorship seems to suck.2 Even in a Stalinist camp and with Solschenizyn misogynism and bad gender roles are real There is a reason why Nemow is mentioned in the Titel but his love interest is only das Flittchen.3 I do not not enjoy reading plays Some are really good But I am very sensitive towards character development, dialogue and subtlety, and tend to becritical of them Three things this play taught me 1 Life in the Gulag isn t fun As a matter of fact, life in a socialist dictatorship seems to suck.2 Even in a Stalinist camp and with Solschenizyn misogynism and bad gender roles are real There is a reason why Nemow is mentioned in the Titel but his love interest is only das Flittchen.3 I do not not enjoy reading plays Some are really good But I am very sensitive towards character development, dialogue and subtlety, and tend to becritical of them Where the form is this reduced, the content needs to shine.You can read it But you really don t need to


  5. Gene Gene says:

    Russian novels are always a little confusing to me I don t know if it s the number of and unfamiliarity of the names But I still enjoy them immensely Solzhenitsyn s work here is a series of plays related to life in work or prison camps in the Soviet Union after World War II I found my head spinning trying to follow all the characters and their individual circumstances I m sure if performed on the stage, it would be much easier to keep clear, but in this mode I struggled The plays still did Russian novels are always a little confusing to me I don t know if it s the number of and unfamiliarity of the names But I still enjoy them immensely Solzhenitsyn s work here is a series of plays related to life in work or prison camps in the Soviet Union after World War II I found my head spinning trying to follow all the characters and their individual circumstances I m sure if performed on the stage, it would be much easier to keep clear, but in this mode I struggled The plays still did a good job relating life in these prison conditions I was able to see the conditions through the eyes of those in positions of leadership and those whose freedom had been stolen away The difficulty of maneuvering in such a dreadful situation makes me wonder if people from the first world countries would have the capacity or the will to survive the way some of the prisoners in the stories did And so many moral choices present themselves Do you compromise your beliefs for mere survival Do you join in on acts of crime in order to protect your own life How does one love his neighbour as himself in such a setting Solzhenitsyn also makes clear that the Western allies knowingly abandoned the fate of Soviet prisoners of war back to a country that only wanted them back to imprison them It amounted to nothing short of an atrocity The Soviet Union treated its traitors better than it did its prisoners of war returned to them It was a sick system that feared those who had any taste of liberty, and so needed to confine and control these potential trouble makers It s good to remember that there are nations still violating the human rights of those who have not committed any real crimes against persons or their property All they have done is to have believed the wrong things or spoken what would challenge the power of the state God give grace and hope to them And let those of us living in freedom make sure we raise awareness of this outrage as it occurs in the People s Republic of China, North Korea, and elsewhere


  6. Simon Mcleish Simon Mcleish says:

    Originally published on my blog here in August 1998.Like much of Solzhenitsyn s work, this play has distinct autobiographical features The play is also known as The Greenhorn and the Camp Whore , which is a ratherpunchy but less poetic way of translating the Russian title, Olen i Salisovka.The main character, and the one who clearly resembles Solzhenitsyn himself, is an army captain named Rodion Nemov He has been sent to the camp straight from the Second World War front line for one of Originally published on my blog here in August 1998.Like much of Solzhenitsyn s work, this play has distinct autobiographical features The play is also known as The Greenhorn and the Camp Whore , which is a ratherpunchy but less poetic way of translating the Russian title, Olen i Salisovka.The main character, and the one who clearly resembles Solzhenitsyn himself, is an army captain named Rodion Nemov He has been sent to the camp straight from the Second World War front line for one of the political offences that were so easy to commit, and doesn t yet understand anything about how the camp system worked.Because of his military rank, one of the first things that happens is that he is put in charge of the camp during a temporary absence of the commandant By his naivet and desire for justice he manages to alienate the various power structures within the camp These have mainly grown up through bribery, corruption, theft of materials He ends up accused of the very crime of corruption he has been trying to stamp out.Assigned to the foundry, Nemov meets Lyuba Nyegnevistskaya, one of the women prisoners She introduces him to the further degradations practiced upon the female prisoners the one thing they can use to improve their lot is their sexuality.The play is clearly important in Solzhenitsyn s development it semms to be the first place that he writes about the prison camp system as another country within the Soviet Union, the theme that later turned into the multi volume Gulag Archipelago It s fairly early, and conforms to the trend that his early work is better and less obsessive than his later work


  7. Dina Dina says:

    2.5


  8. Aliisa Aliisa says:

    productivity compromising morality love corrupt systems and incentives power competence incompetence


  9. Deana Deana says:

    This play was a very interesting look at the work camps in soviet Russia I learned a lot from it, but it was not an easy read because all the names are Russian so I d get confused who was who Also, the back of the book claims that it is a story of how the innocent falls in love with the love girl , who tries to convince him that everything will be made better for them in the camp if only he will agree to share her with the doctor there But this part of the plot does not enter at all until This play was a very interesting look at the work camps in soviet Russia I learned a lot from it, but it was not an easy read because all the names are Russian so I d get confused who was who Also, the back of the book claims that it is a story of how the innocent falls in love with the love girl , who tries to convince him that everything will be made better for them in the camp if only he will agree to share her with the doctor there But this part of the plot does not enter at all until almost the end There is muchto this play than that All in all, an interesting but difficult read, and many of the stage directions given like the tractor trailer truck full of people that is supposed to back onto the stage, and the hot coals that fall on the floor out of the blacksmith s kiln seem like they would not be easily done unless this is a movie script, which it doesn t appear to be


  10. Jonathan Jonathan says:

    You can feel the gulag archipelago taking shape.


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