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By Alekseï Nikolaevitch Tolstoï

ISBN-10: 2825139831

ISBN-13: 9782825139837

Peu après los angeles Première Guerre mondiale, l'ingénieur Loss se lance dans l. a. building d'une fusée pour rejoindre l. a. planète Mars. Mais personne ne veut l'accompagner dans ce voyage périlleux, à l'exception d'un aventurier, un ancien soldat de l'Armée rouge, Goussev. Arrivés sur Mars, ils y découvrent une civilisation millénaire, fondée par les rescapés de l'Atlantide où le luxe féodal de l. a. caste des gouvernants est le fruit du travail de mornes foules d'ouvriers...

Réflexion sur los angeles révolution, le progrès, les hazards de l. a. décadence de los angeles civilisation, Aélita (1923) est considéré comme le premiere chef-d'oeuvre de los angeles science-fiction soviétique. Mais le roman de Tolstoï est avant tout un grand livre d'aventures, dans l'esprit des oeuvres de H.G. Wells, Jack London, Burroughs ou Brioussov. Les légendes de l'Atlantide, les épopées des Hommes du Ciel, les scènes d'amour et de strive against, les envolées mystiques de Loss, l'intelligence prosaïque et les réparties comiques de Goussev - un personnage classique du skaz du XIXe siècle -, les descriptions d'un monde inconnu et mystérieux, tout cela fait d'Aélita un roman exaltant.

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Then followed his brief summary of the period of changes: People were used to building socialism, and they had this goal [stimul ] to build communism. Gorbachev destroyed all that overnight. People rushed 16. In 2006, the title of Limonov’s book was appropriated by a group of politicians who formed a loose opposition to Putin’s government. Together with the name, this political move­ ment, The Other Russia, also eagerly embraced Limonov himself (as well as his National Bol­ shevik Party), the former prime minister Mikhail Kasianov, and representatives of the neolib­ eral Union of Rightist Forces.

In daily usage, liberal values would become associated not so much with individual liberties as with a total absence of any constraints. It is somewhat not surprising, that in the 1990s among 20. For an extensive collection of data related to economic changes caused by the liberal­ ization of prices and privatization in the 1990s see the report of the Russian Audit Chamber (Analiz 2004). 21. S. dollar cost between 18 and 20 rubles. For details see Raiskaia, Sergienko, and Frenkel (2001, 111, 97–99).

As a result, the idealized totality of the past not only provided an im­ portant feeling of belonging to something big but also helped one to deny (or ignore) the individuating principles that underlay the present. Within this frame of reference, the collectivity was perceived not as a group of dis­ tinctive individuals but as a ramified yet integral national body. Several weeks after my conversation with Nurmatova, I observed how the elemental desire for the whole was realized in practice. On Novem­ ber 1, 2002, I attended a meeting organized by local Communists and labor unions.

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