ILF SI PETROV VITELUL DE AUR PDF

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They did much of their writing together, and are almost always referred to as “Ilf and Petrov”. They were natives of Odessa. Ilf and Petrov became extremely popular for their two satirical novels: The two texts are connected by their main character, Ostap Bendera con man in pursuit of elusive riches. Both books follow exploits of Bender and his associates looking for treasure amidst the contemporary Soviet reality.

They were written and are set in the relatively liberal era in Soviet history, the New Economic Policy of the s. The main characters generally avoid contact with the apparently lax law enforcement. Their position outside the organized, goal-driven, productive Soviet society is emphasized. It also gives the authors a convenient platform from which to look at this society and to make fun of its less attractive and less Socialist aspects. These are among the most widely read and quoted books in Russian culture.

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The Twelve Chairs was adapted for ca. From the late ‘s tothe co-authors wrote several theatrical plays and screenplays, as well as many humorous short stories and satirical articles in the magazines: Chudak30 daysKrokodilOgoniokthe newspapers: PravdaLiteraturnaya Gazeta.

In the first years of joint creativity Ilf and Petrov published their stories and satirical under parodic pseudonyms: Tolstoevsky composed of the names of writers Tolstoy and DostoevskyDon Busilio from Don Basilio, character in the opera The Barber of Sevilleand the Russian verb busa — scandal, noiseCold philosopher and others. The two writers also traveled across the Great Depression -era United States.

Ilf took many pictures throughout the journey, and the authors produced a photo essay entitled “American Photographs”, published in Ogoniok magazine. The first edition of the book did not include Ilf’s photographs. Both the photo essay and the book document their adventures with their characteristic humor and playfulness. Notably, Ilf and Petrov were not afraid to praise many aspects of the American lifestyle in these works.

The title comes from the following description. America is primarily a one-and two-story country. The majority of the American population lives in small towns of three thousand, maybe five, nine, or fifteen thousand inhabitants. The minor planet Ilfpetrovdiscovered by Soviet astronomer Lyudmila Georgievna Karachkina inis named after them.

In Vladimir Nabokov ‘s novel Pale Firea character cites Ilf and Petrov as “those joint authors of genius” among “such marvelous Russian humorists as GogolDostoyevsky From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. This article needs additional citations for verification. Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable sources.

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The Little Golden Calf, by Ilya Ilf and Evgeny Petrov

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Vițelul de Aur / Zolotoy telyonok (1968)

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The Little Golden Calf, by Ilya Ilf and Evgeny Petrov

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