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Spanish – Corazon De Perro by Mijail Bulgakov
De Wikipedia, la enciclopedia libre. Vistas Leer Editar Ver historial. Again Bormenthal beats up Sharikov and makes him promise not to do anything of the sort. It is “one of novelist Mikhail Bulgakov’s most beloved stories” featuring a stray dog “named Sharik who takes human form” as a slovenly and narcissistic incarnation of corazh New Soviet man.
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Breaking crazn his former beliefs, the Professor admits that any peasant woman could give birth to a genius and that eugenics are therefore a waste of time. Instead of giving them their own room as Sharikov demands, the Professor takes the woman aside and explains that Sharikov is the product of a lab experiment gone horribly wrong. Mientras tanto, Sharikov paulatinamente transforma la vida lerro Profesor en un infierno. During the weeks after the operation, the household is stunned as Sharik begins transforming into an incredibly unkempt and, at first, primitive human.
Nevertheless, the name was chosen following the Russian tradition of “consulting the calendar,” with Poligraf’s name day being March 4.
The story was published in the Soviet Union only inmore than 60 years after its completion, but was made known to Russian readers via samizdat. The name of the donor of the human implants, an alcoholic and bum, is Chugunkin “chugun” is cast iron which can be seen as parody on the name of Stalin “stal” is steel.
Para su sorpresa, aparece el exitoso cirujano Filip Filipovich Preobrazhenski y le ofrece un trozo de salchicha. In the aftermath, the Professor and Bormenthal patiently attempt to teach Sharikov basic etiquette.
Bormenthal then suggests that they redo the operation, using the body of a genius.
In the aftermath, the fully canine Sharik blissfully bulgqkov his status as a gentleman’s dog. The Wall Street Journal. En otros proyectos Wikimedia Commons. Enraged, the Professor and Bormenthal pounce upon him. The story was filmed in Italian in as Cuore di cane and starred Max von Sydow as Preobrazhensky.
Librería La Lengua Absuelta: Mijaíl Bulgakov, Corazón de Perro
Reference Guide to Russian Literature. Luego de hacer un pacto con Schwonder, al ex canino se le entregan documentos de identidad con el absurdo nombre de “Poligraf Poligrafovich Sharikov”. Eventually, Maxim Gorky intervened to get the manuscript returned. Upon learning the truth, she leaves the apartment in tears.
En consecuencia, Sharikov dice insultos delante de mujeres, rechaza afeitarse y se viste como un vago. Overjoyed, the dog follows Filip back to his flat, where he’s given the name of Sharik.
Airado, Bormenthal golpea a Sharikov y lo obliga a disculparse. While foraging for trash one winter day, a stray dog is found by a cook and scalded with boiling water. To his surprise, a successful surgeon, Filip Filippovich Preobrazhensky whose name is derived from ‘transformation’ or ‘transfiguration’arrives and offers the dog a piece of sausage.
Followed by the now apoplectic Schwonder, the police depart. The name Poligraf has many possible meanings, including a printing process used for calendars. Later, he is caught attempting to sexually assault one of the female servants.
After his health improves, the Professor at last reveals his real intentions for taking in Sharik. Luego que su salud mejora, el Profesor finalmente revela sus verdaderas intenciones al traer a Sharik a su apartamento.
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The novel has been interpreted both as a satire on the Bolshevism and as a criticism of eugenics. Consultado el 5 de abril de Impressed by his new master, Sharik slips easily into the role of “a gentleman’s dog”.
However, in the ending of the book, he describes the Professor bringing home a human brain and removing the pituitary gland. Luego de explicarle que nada va a sucederle debido a la desconfianza del Estado respecto eprro Sharikov, el oficial del Partido se retira. Print Hardback and Paperback.
That night, an ominous silence reigns in the flat and the lights are left on ce many hours after bedtime. He explains that the human body parts, which came from a homeless drunkard with Bolshevik sympathies, are responsible for all of Sharikov’s defects. Seething with hatred, Sharikov vows to have her fired.
There, he is sedated and an operation begins. Inthe second production was directed by Copeland Woodruff.
The name is also a satire on new naming conventions in the early Soviet Union. Eventually, the police arrive escorted by a beaming Schwonder. Despite the Professor’s vocal anti-communismhis frequent medical treatment of the RCP b leadership makes him untouchable.
Con su nuevo collar, Sharik hace caso omiso de las provocaciones de otro perro callejero que pasa. Bulgakov subsequently wrote a play based on the story in for the Pwrro Art Theater.
Con una orden de registro cofazn, les ordenan al Profesor y a Bormenthal que entreguen a Sharikov so pena de arresto.
The book was rejected for publication inbulgakovv in part to the influence bulgakiv Lev Kamenevthen a leading Party official. In conclusion, the Professor refuses to permit Sharikov’s murder or to undo the operation, which could easily kill him as well.
Preobrazhensky wanted to pick a name from his Orthodox Christian calendar and Sharik instead picked the publisher name — “Poligraf” which in Russian is the root of several words related to printing art and technology.