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A biting satire of the Bolshevismit was written in at the perrro of the NEP period, when communism appeared to be relaxing in the Soviet Union. De Wikipedia, la enciclopedia libre.
One day, he accidentally turns on the spigot while chasing a cat. When Sharikov returns, the Professor and Bormenthal order him to leave the flat permanently. Solo repetidas inyecciones de adrenalina evitan que el perro muera sobre la mesa se operaciones. The dog finds it ironic, as he sees ‘Sharik’ fit for a pampered fat dog it means ‘little ball’. He now spends his work-day catching and strangling stray cats. La novela fue filmada en italiano en como Cuore di cane y protagonizada por Max von Sydow como Preobrazhenski.
Bormenthal then suggests that they redo the operation, using the body of a genius. Soon after, Sharikov brings home a female co-worker, whom he introduces to the Professor as his common law wife. To his surprise, a successful surgeon, Filip Filippovich Preobrazhensky whose name is derived pero ‘transformation’ or ‘transfiguration’arrives and offers the dog a piece of sausage.
Enraged, the Professor and Bormenthal pounce upon him.
The name of the donor of the human implants, an alcoholic and bum, is Chugunkin “chugun” is cast iron which can be seen as parody on the name of Stalin “stal” is steel. Infuriated, Sharikov leaves the apartment and remains bulfakov for several days.
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Meanwhile, Sharikov progressively turns the Professor’s life into a living hell. Unintimidated, the Bulgakkv orders Bormenthal to summon Sharikov, who is changing back into ocrazn dog. Archived copy as title Pages to import images to Wikidata Articles containing Russian-language text Articles needing the year an event occurred from October Sin embargo, la bilgakov fue cancelada luego que el manuscrito y las copias fueron confiscadas por la OGPU.
Le explica que las corzan humanas, provenientes de un borracho sin hogar simpatizante de los bolcheviques, son responsables de todos los defectos de Sharikov. This perhaps shows that Sharik retains some memories of his time as a human, or that Filip intends to carry out a similar experiment.
Posteriormente, el perro Sharik retoma su estatus de perro de un caballero. During the weeks after the operation, the household is stunned as Sharik begins transforming into an incredibly unkempt and, at first, primitive human.
Upon learning the truth, she leaves the apartment in tears. With the bathroom door locked and Sharikov buogakov to unlock it, the entire apartment is flooded.
Airado, Bormenthal golpea a Sharikov y lo obliga a disculparse. For the Soviet television film, see Heart of a Dog film. The Party, he says, is turning them into cheap fur coats for the working class. It is “one of novelist Mikhail Bulgakov’s most beloved stories” featuring a stray dog “named Sharik who takes human form” as a slovenly and narcissistic incarnation of the New Soviet man.
Yaciendo en el umbral de una puerta, el perro espera resignadamente su final.
Preening in his new collar, Sharik is unmoved by the taunts of a passing stray. Enraged, Bormenthal repeatedly hits Sharikov and forces him to apologize.
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Lying forlorn in a doorway, the dog awaits his end awash in self-pity. He explains that the human body parts, which came from a homeless drunkard with Bolshevik sympathies, are responsible for all of Sharikov’s defects. The story was filmed in Italian in as Cuore di cane and starred Max von Sydow as Preobrazhensky. Followed by the now apoplectic Schwonder, the police depart. The Professor is horrified and orders Bormenthal not to “slander the dog”. Nevertheless, the name was chosen following the Russian tradition of “consulting the calendar,” with Poligraf’s name day being March 4.
While foraging for trash one winter day, a stray dog is found by a cook and scalded with boiling water. Sharik is seen as “a reincarnation of the repellent proletarian”, and the professor represents bilgakov “hyperbolic vision of the bourgeois dream”, according to J. The name Poligraf has many possible meanings, including a printing process bulakov for calendars.
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Inthe second production was directed by Bklgakov Woodruff. Impressed by his new master, Sharik slips easily into the role of “a gentleman’s dog”. En otros proyectos Wikimedia Commons. Reference Guide to Russian Literature. As a seething Sharik plots buglakov again destroy Re stuffed owl, the door opens and he is dragged by the skin of his neck into the lab. The book was rejected for publication indue in part to the influence of Lev Kamenevthen a leading Party official.
His first scientific publication was about the transplantation of ovaries to males. Retrieved 27 July Mientras tanto, Sharikov paulatinamente transforma la vida del Profesor en un infierno.
Luego de hacer un pacto con Schwonder, al ex canino se le entregan documentos de identidad con el absurdo nombre de “Poligraf Poligrafovich Sharikov”. The story was published in the Soviet Union only inmore than 60 years after xe completion, but was made known to Russian readers via samizdat. Consultado el 5 de abril de The name is also a satire on new naming conventions in the early Soviet Union.
It’s after this point that the story shifts from being told from the perspective of Sharik to being coraz from the perspective of Bormenthal, via his notes on the case, and then finally to a third person perspective. Esa noche, un pesado silencio reina en el apartamento y las luces son dejadas encendidas por varias horas luego de irse a dormir. Instead, Sharikov mocks manners as a relic of Tsarism. He insists that it’s better to behave “naturally”.