Kazys Boruta ( m. sausio 6 d. Kūlokuose, Liudvinavo valsčius – m. kovo 9 d. Vilniuje) – Lietuvos rašytojas, poetas, politinis veikėjas. Jurgos ir Girdvainio dramatiška meilės istorija. Aš manau, kad tai Baltaragio sutartis su velniu ir šios sutarties pasekmės. Meilė- tai galinga jėga. Kazys Boruta – Baltaragio malūnas. Projektą atliko: Vievio gimnazijos. VIIIc klasės mokinė. Liveta Kazlauskaitė. Kazys Boruta – Baltaragio.
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Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. Thanks for telling us about the problem. Amazon Restaurants Food delivery from local restaurants. In the end, how do we characterize this work? Whitehorn Baltaragis in Lithuanian is suspected by the villagers of being a sorcerer with ties to the devil.
Temos ir variacijosVilnius: The bride was beautiful, and the steeds carried her off to announce the banns. Gogo rated it it was amazing Feb 07, This in itself is an unusual ending: He was, quite ironically, imprisoned then, too, for his leftist leanings. Most of Whitehorn’s “Windmill” Baltaragio malunas was written induring the German occupation.
The principles of soviet realism — although what kind of realist could be made of me? Whitehorn is a miller and this book is a folk tale about him, his pretty daughter, a swamp-devil, an old maid, a suitor or two, some horses and a few supporting characters from the local village.
Revealingly, in his autobiographical essay, Boruta relates his personal experience with the role of the storyteller in Lithuanian village life. Dec 13, Ida rated it it was amazing. Gifting of the Kindle edition at the Kindle MatchBook price is not available.
It maknas the feelings, customs, and superstitions of Lithuanian country folk, in particular the intertwining of ancient pagan lore and christian beliefs. Amazon Drive Cloud storage from Amazon.
Naglis rated it liked it Apr 23, There’s a problem loading this menu right now. Get fast, free shipping with Amazon Prime. Print edition purchase must be sold by Amazon. Alexa Actionable Analytics for the Web. Henrieta rated it really liked it Aug 07, Many folk tales have darker elements in them and this is no exception, it is also at times funny, romantic and charming.
Amazon Rapids Fun stories for kids on the go. In the last chapter, Boruta tells the reader outright: And then what are we to make of the last chapter, where Boruta confesses to his identification with all of the male characters in the book? Begone from my sight!
Refresh and try again. As she ran, she kept turning back to shake her clenched left fist threateningly in the direction of the mill, while with the similarly clenched right one she crossed malnxs, and all the while a stream of maledictions flowed.
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Behind them followed that shameless Whitehorn — a distant relative, but worse than an enemy! Ieva rated it liked it Jul 04, Some have even disparaged the second version of the work because of the circumstances under which it was written: The bay steeds leapt from the spot like dragons, the ground thundered, and the carriage flew off as if caught up in a whirlwind.
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Out of the carriage stepped one serious gentleman with a gray beard and a young gentleman with a smart little hat. Lithuania certainly had its share of trouble with neighbors! In the first version, he leaves the burning tavern, but never makes it to the windmill.
Top Reviews Most recent Top Reviews. Boruta himself denied nalnas claims of writing to the censor.
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It was just that while she was leaving, she noticed the suitor gave him some sort of paper, which he cheerfully tucked into his jacket. Kristina rated it it was ok Oct 26, Aurelija rated it it was amazing Jul 10, In the meantime, the gray-bearded matchmaker, barely setting foot into the parlor, without even taking a seat, still standing by malnsa door, started in on his speech: The story is about Whitehorn the miller’s efforts to find a match for his beautiful daughter, Jurga, against various calamities with and among suitors, neighbors, priests and other inhabitants of the village, and ultimately against the devil’s spell.
There is no plane of hidden meanings or allegorical schemes