1 edition of Bondarchuk"s War and peace found in the catalog.
Bondarchuk"s War and peace
Denise J. Youngblood
Written in English
Includes bibliographical references (pages 159-165) and index.
|Statement||Denise J. Youngblood|
|LC Classifications||PN1997.V577 Y88 2014|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||175|
|LC Control Number||2014020684|
She meets Andrei's sister Marya, and they hate each other. Again and again Bondarchuk juxtaposes scenes of banquets and balls populated by preening and complacent lords and ladies with images of slaughter and madness. Berg, Adolf - the pretentious husband of Princess Vera Rostova who used his wife's name and money for his own advancement. Denisov, Kiril Andreevich - the uncle of Denisov and an acquaintance of Kutuzov. Even in the longest, bloodiest, battle scenes there are vignettes that stand out: A soldier demanding a battlefield commendation, a crazed horse whirling away from an explosion, an enigmatic exchange between Napoleon and his lieutenants. Kiriusha - an acquaintance of one of Maria Bolkonskaia "God folk".
Brozin - an officer of the General Staff who was a victim of Kutuzov's rage when the Supreme Commander found out that his troops had not gathered for the battle that was planned at Tarutino. American critics were lukewarm about the film, but it was shown in the Soviet Union to popular acclaim. Matreshka - a woman from the canteen. Speranskii, Mikhail Mikhailovich - the leader of judicial reforms from to
Prokofii - a strong footman of the Rostovs. Naryshkin, Alexander Lvovich - the aristocrat who was the director of the imperial theatres. Stumbling Pierre, with his political convictions, his love of parties, his endless philosophising, is the backbone of the book. Gerard - the name Dolokhov used as a guise when he went reconnoitering among the French during their retreat from Moscow. Ilya Mitrofanoivich - a steward on one of Nikolai Rostov's estates. This book tells the story of how the Soviet government, military, and culture ministry--all eager to reclaim this Russian masterpiece from their Cold War enemies--pulled together to make Bondarchuk's War and Peace possible.
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Ekonomov - the major to whom Dolokhov gave a captured French sword. Haine - the groom for the tsar's horse at Austerlitz and Tilsit. And always he returns to ToIstoy's theme of men in the grip of history. Hover, Lord - an English diplomat at the court of Alexander I in Demian - a butler at the Bolkonskii estate, Bald Hills.
Sokolov, Ilya Osipovich -a gypsy Bondarchuks War and peace book leader in Moscow. He then entered Russian service and escorted Alexander I during his stay in the army in It's been a few years since my last viewing.
Likhachev - a Cossack in Denisov's guerilla detachment during the retreat of the French from Russia. Mikhail Mitrich - a battalion commander whom Kutuzov addressed at his headquarters at Braunau. An example: Samuel Bronston's "The Fall of the Roman Empire," a dreadfully expensive, chaotic production that eventually resulted in the fall of Bronston's own empire.
Toll, Count Karl Fedorovich - Russian general who participated in almost all major battles of Napoleonic wars.
It is impossible to think of gangsters or cowboys without thinking of the movies; and perhaps epics also belong on the list of genres that are uniquely cinematic. Castres - Marhsal Davout's adjutant after the crossing of the Niemen river and the invasion of Russia.
Mikhail Kirillovich - an acquaintance of Count Ilya Rostov at the opera. I suppose, the two Bondarchuks War and peace book epic films.
In he commanded a corps and was mortally wounded at Essling, Austria. Meshkov, Petr Alekseevich - a political prisoner in Moscow as the French arrived.
Odyntsova, Kitty - an acquaintance of the Bolkonskiis who married an old man. Bykov - the man Denison played cards with and called "the rat".
Many a film is smothered by its own production. Bosse, Vincent - the French drummer boy taken prisoner by Denisov during Napoleon's retreat from Moscow. Gerard, Etienne Maurice - the French marshal, who commanded a brigade at Borodino.
Danilo - a huntsman and whipper-in at the Rostov estate. Matreshka - a woman from the canteen. They fall in love all over again, and at the same time Natasha grows really close to his sister Marya.
He was later mortally wounded during the Decembrist uprising. Gervais, Andrei Andreevich - a relative of Speranskii's Bondarchuks War and peace book served in the ministry of foreign affairs.
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