Šiame „Mokinio skaitinių“ leidinyje spausdinamos B. Sruogos atsiminimų knygos „Dievų miškas“, aprašančios Štuthofo koncentracijos lagerio. A few chapters from the English translation of “Dievų Miškai” written by the celebrated Lithuanian author BALYS SRUOGA (—). Translated by Aušrinė. Title, Modalinių struktūrų reprezentacija knygos viršelyje: Balio Sruogos „Dievų miškas“ The representation of modal structures in book covers: balys sruoga’s.

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Another would sew his number on a dead man’s pants, and the dead man’s balyys — on his own. So, a citizen who ends up in the corpse count through this kind of misunderstanding, usually dies quickly in the camp, dies of all kind of diseases, or a brick is aimed and hits the top of his head, or he falls very hard somewhere so even his bones crumble, or he usually hangs himself Inhe began teaching at Vilnius University.

The second chapter presents correlations and differences between visual and written texts, examines the ways such texts comprise a book as a single work of art.

Latviai „Dievų miške”. „Dievų miškas” Latvijoje.

No, — the live corpses in the eyes of the government could not be likable customers! A few corpses sat up on the snow and with hazy eyes, as if gorged on loco weed, looked around Mirtis nustoja savo kilnaus tragizmo elemento. No warranty is given about the accuracy wruoga the copy. Once you’re dead, stay dead, don’t sigh for pete’s sake! It’s an effective technique.


It aches so bad that he isn’t even able to correctly read off the number on a corpse. In such an atmosphere, the cruel psyche of the camp resident matures.

Overall rating No ratings yet 0. It shows that the Latvian translation published infollows the Russian translation and omits a sentence that generalizes the imagoanthropological image of the Latvians in the book, even though it may mikas perceived as slightly rude.

Dievų miškas

The first part of the article deals with an imagoanthropological image of the Latvian community and explores its most important features, subjective or objective. Some kind of telling scuffle. Since sruga is a book you’ve probably never heard of: Retrieved from ” https: From the block and from the corridor, to the hospital.

Even if the souls of these citizens were somehow police overwhelmed, after wading into the mossy area, they felt slightly elevated. Even he couldn’t curse more decently. Only in the spring of was a reform passed concerning the matter of corpses. There lived the last of the Lithuanian gods. What can be done now? Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read.

Rolling along with the corpse, we carried him near the hospital which wasn’t even far. How Sruoga was able to maintain a gently ribbing tone after his experiences, I will never understand and will hope to carry with me as an example.

There was nothing subtle about the drama of that history, the crimes so vast as to seemingly obscure any need for nuance.

May 01, Ieva rated it it was amazing. I never have been reading so magnificent book like that, where in wide aspect could be possible to saw humor and cruelty at the same time. The Forest of the Gods was far from neighboring eyes and ears.


I counted them myself. We arrived at the place of our unknown destination right in the middle of the night.

Forest of the Gods [Dievu Miskai] – Balys Sruoga

Looking for the corpse. Milling around the room. There’s only eight left! The quickened panting of two men. For example, he wrote ” A man is not a machine. They didn’t care how, which disease, as long as they died. Only now and not back then I was able to understand how terrible the situation in concentration camps has been.

Wasn’t there perhaps some sort of former postman in our government ranks to send the corpses to heaven so neatly numbered? It is then stated that such representation in book covers allows to shape ideology that might not be directly related to the literary work and affects the interpretation of it.

After returning to Lithuania, Sruoga taught at the University of Lithuaniaand established a theater seminar that eventually became a course of study. Looking though the eyes of the government, this kind of citizen who by mistake lands among the corpse numbers must die.