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The author of the book: Venedikt Erofeev
Edition: Polirom
Date of issue: April 2014
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Venicika Erofeev ia trenul din Moscova si incearca sa ajunga la iubita lui, care-l asteapta nerabdatoare in gara Petuski. Alaturi de ingerii care-i tot apar prin preajma pe masura ce, ca sa-si treaca plictisul, mai ia un git de votca, alaturi de o sleahta de pasageri hirsiti in ale socialismului si-n meandrele de necuprins ale tariei datatoare de fantezii multilaterale, Venicika rememoreaza in bataie de joc realizarile extraordinare ale omului sovietic si marcheaza fiecare kilometru al calatoriei cu cite o reteta de alcool datator de fericire.

„Spatiul intilnirii dintre bautorul metafizic si lumea «realistilor» este acela al mahmurelii. Moscova-Petuski nu este numai un imn dedicat bauturii, ci si un bocet mahmur al intilnirii cu lumea. In restaurantul de la gara, buimac, eroul mediteaza: «De ce-s cu totii atit de grosolani?… De ce asa? O, daca intreaga lume, daca fiecare din lumea asta ar fi linistit si temator, cum sint eu acum, daca ar fi nesigur de sine si s-ar indoi de temeinicia locului sau sub soare – ce bine ar fi… As accepta sa traiesc pe pamint si o vesnicie, daca mai inainte mi s-ar arata un ungher unde nu intotdeauna este loc pentru faptele eroice».” (Emil Iordache)


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Ebook Moscova-Petuski read Online! Venedikt Vasilyevich Erofeev (Венеди́кт Васи́льевич Ерофе́ев), was a Russian writer.

He managed to enter the philology department of the Moscow State University but was expelled from the University after a year and a half because he did not attend compulsory military training.

Later he studied in several more institutes in different towns including Kolomna and Vladimir but he has never managed to graduate from any, usually being expelled due to his "amoral behaviour" (freethinking).

Between 1958 and 1975 Yerofeyev lived without propiska in towns in Russia, Ukraine, Belarus and Lithuania, also spending some time in Uzbekistan and Tadjikistan, doing different low-qualified and underpaid jobs.

Yerofeyev is best known for his 1969 poem in prose Moscow-Petushki (several English translations exist, including Moscow to the End of the Line and Moscow Stations). It is an account of a journey from Moscow to Petushki (Vladimir Oblast) by train, a journey soaked in alcohol. During the trip, the hero recounts some of the fantastic escapades he participated in, including declaring war on Norway, and charting the drinking habits of his colleagues when leader of a cable laying crew.

Yerofeyev died of throat cancer.

see Venedikt Yerofeyev


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