Päämäärä

Päämäärä By Väinö Linna, P m r Valte M kinen k yh n muonamiesperheen poika on l htenyt teollisuuskaupunkiin hankkimaan elatustaan H nen lopullinen p m r ns on kuitenkin tavallista tehdasty t korkeammalla Valte on aina lukenut pal
  • Title: Päämäärä
  • Author: Väinö Linna
  • ISBN: 9789510257289
  • Page: 355
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Päämäärä By Väinö Linna, Valte M kinen, k yh n muonamiesperheen poika, on l htenyt teollisuuskaupunkiin hankkimaan elatustaan H nen lopullinen p m r ns on kuitenkin tavallista tehdasty t korkeammalla Valte on aina lukenut paljon jo seitsem ntoistavuotiaana h n on k ynyt Harz vuorella valpuriny n Faustin kanssa ja v itellyt filosofiasta Schopenhaueria vastaan Miksi h n ei siis yritt isi kiValte M kinen, k yh n muonamiesperheen poika, on l htenyt teollisuuskaupunkiin hankkimaan elatustaan H nen lopullinen p m r ns on kuitenkin tavallista tehdasty t korkeammalla Valte on aina lukenut paljon jo seitsem ntoistavuotiaana h n on k ynyt Harz vuorella valpuriny n Faustin kanssa ja v itellyt filosofiasta Schopenhaueria vastaan Miksi h n ei siis yritt isi kirjoittaa omaa romaania V in Linnan esikoisromaani on ajaton taiteilijakutsumuksen kuvaus Ulkonaisesti teos avaa el vi n kymi entisajan ty l iskortteleiden huoneen ja yhteiskeitti n pytinkeihin, ehj n milj seen ja kulttuuriin, josta modernissa Suomessa on en rippeet j ljell.
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    1. Väinö Linna

      V in Linna was one of the most influential Finnish authors of the 20th century He shot to immediate literary fame with his third novel, Tuntematon sotilas The Unknown Soldier, published in 1954 , and consolidated his position with the trilogy T ll Pohjant hden alla Under the North Star, published in 1959 1963 and translated into English by Richard Impola.V in Linna was born in Urjala in the Pirkanmaa region He was the seventh child of Viktor Vihtori Linna 1874 1927 and Johanna Maria Maija Linna 1888 1972 However, Linna s father, a butcher, died when V in Linna was only eight years old Thus his mother had to support the entire family by working at a nearby manor Despite his background, Linna s interest in literature began early on As a child, Linna loved adventure novels which he borrowed from the local library The author s education was, however, limited to six years at a public school which he finished in the mid 1930s After working as a lumberjack and a farm hand at the same manor where his mother had worked, Linna moved to Tampere in 1938 Typical of his generation, the adolescent author to be moved from the countryside to a developing city in search of industrial labour which he found at the Finlayson textile mills.In 1940, Linna was conscripted into the army The Second World War had broken out, and for Linna s part it meant participation in the Continuation War 1941 44 He fought on the eastern front In addition to being a squad leader, he wrote notes and observations about his and his unit s experiences Already at this point Linna knew that writing would be his preferred occupation However, failure to get the notes published led him to burn them In spite of rejection, the idea of a novel, which would depict ordinary soldiers views on war, would later lead him to write The Unknown Soldier.After the war, Linna got married and started writing whilst working at the mills during the day Throughout his time at Finlayson, V in Linna read avidly Such authors as Schopenhauer, Dostoyevsky, and Nietzsche gained Linna s respect Linna later said that Erich Maria Remarque s All Quiet on the Western Front had also had a great influence on him However, Linna s first two novels P m r and Musta rakkaus sold poorly he also wrote poetry but did not enjoy success with that either Not until the release of The Unknown Soldier 1954 did he rise to fame It is evident that at the time there was a distinct social need for a novel that would deal with the war and ordinary people s role in it A decade after the peace treaty with the Soviet Union many Finns were ready to reminisce, some even in a critical manner The Unknown Soldier satisfied that need completely, as its characters were unarguably diverse, realistic yet heroic, than those of earlier Finnish war novels The book soon became something of a best seller, as it sold 175,000 copies in only six months quite a lot for a Finnish novel in the 1950s Yet, the reception of the book was harsh In Finland s biggest newspaper, Helsingin Sanomat, the critic Toini Havu argued in her infamous review that Linna did not present his characters in a grand historical and ethical context, which she thought was crucial Also modernists treated The Unknown Soldier with contempt At the time Tuomas Anhava referred to The Unknown Soldier as a boy s book because of its action packed storyline The acceptance of the general public and Linna s determination were, however, enough to outdo the criticism in the end.In the mid 50s, Linna moved to H meenkyr and began to cultivate crops In 1959, the first part of Under the North Star was released The book was a success and other parts were to follow The second part was published in 1960 and the final part in 1963 In 1964, Linna sold the farm and moved back to Tampere This time he did not return to Finlayson, as he now could dedicate his life entirely to literature due to the financial success hi

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