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Nije li bolje časnije i pametnije nestati zajedno sa njim? Da li se treba treba boriti za život ako poslije toga slijede traume i slike najgorih užasa koje se vraćaju i ne daju mira Ima li tada više smiraja doma? A kako se ne boriti za zivot kada je to najjači čovjekov nagon? UPOTREBA ČOVEKA | Delfi knjižare | Sve dobre knjige na UPOTREBA ČOVEKA Aleksandar Tišma Izdavač NIN komentari Cena din Mek povez E knjiga Audio knjiga Potpisan primerak Nije na stanju Besplatna isporuka na teritoriji Srbije Kako da kupim? Kupi online pokupi u knjižari Pronađi najbližu knjižaru Opis; Podaci; Komentari Jedan od najprevođenijih domaćih pisaca nosilac više nagrada za prozu poeziju i Predstava „Upotreba čoveka” u Narodnom pozorištu Upotreba čoveka je priča o svetu kojim je zavladala verska rasna i politička netrpeljivostLjudi se nadaju da nacizam neće stići do miroljubivog Novog Sada i da Evropa i svet neće dozvoliti njegovo širenje te ne preduzimaju ništa iako im sve govori da treba bežati i spašavati se Sigurni su da razum uvek na kraju nadvlada Glavna junakinja je Vera Korner devojka iz bogate RTS Da Možda Ne Rijaliti upotreba čoveka Da Možda Ne Rijaliti upotreba čoveka U emisiji Da Možda Ne o rijaliti programima i našem odnosu prema stvarnosti istinama i lažima Zašto pola Srbije svakodnevno gleda rijaliti programe dok se druga polovina zgražava nad tom činjenicom? Da li pravo na slobodu izražavanja uključuje i sadržaj TV programa koji obiluju svađama nasiljem i seksom? Gde je granica? Koje vrednosti se Upotreba ovekaUpotreba oveka Upotreba ovekaUpotreba oveka Aleksandar T ima Aleksandar Tima Upotreba oveka GOSPOCIN DNEVNIK JEGOSPOCIN DNEVNIK JE omanja duguljasta sveska s tvrdim koricama ija hrapava crvena presvlaka podra`ava zmijsku ko`u i u gornjem desnom uglu nosi zlatnim slovima utisnuti natpis “Poesie” Jedan je to od onih spomenara to se poklanjaju devojicama da bi u njih skupile


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  1. says:

    An incredibly bleak book about suffering so who wants to read that? Do we even need to read something like that? I'm guessing pretty much everyone is already clued in that life is tough and people are the worst spoiler Aleksandar Tisma agrees so why would anyone want to read this book and voluntarily live through other people's suffering imaginary but still if the author's doing their job it's real enough right? when we're all dealing with our own? OK so how about an incredibly thought provoking bleak book about suffering that might make you examine and understand your own suffering and the suffering around you in a slightly different way? I guess that's a little enticing still a lot of sufferingThough I went back and worth wildly on The Use of Man there was never an issue with the writing it's great remarkably evocative conjuring and if I'm not always buying the characters I'm buying the place and the situations and then I'm buying the characters and that's what saves it from becoming a JT LeRoi cartoonish catalogue of suffering There are moments of stunning power like the point mid way through the novel when Tisma describes the ultimate fate of all the major characters That's always a bold moment in a novel the author is basically saying I know I invited you here for a story but now that I've got you here there's actually something else I've been meaning to tell you about But also keep listening to the story The power of the reveal is not from your attachment to these characters but from the vivid sometimes horrible sometimes banal descriptions of their fates The Town of Novi Sad is in some ways a believable character than any of the human beings who are all miserable and self involved and blinded in their own infuriating ways In the setting Tisma re creates an actual vanished place even if it still exists at the end it's not the same place it was in the beginning where Serbs Germans Jews and Hungarians live together in a precarious balance It really felt like I was in the town and like many of the characters I wanted to get out But since perspective shifted so often among the major and minor characters it was like I was shadowing them like a ghost popping in watching them as their flawed natures had them make increasingly bad decisions I was reminded a little of a smaller much bleaker less nostalgic version of Gregor Von Rezzori's Czernapol As WWII develops and the characters move further out from the town the settings remain vivid and the wildly shifting circumstances caused by the war still feel very real and believableSo back to suffering The author sets up these sometimes annoyingly self involved characters basically to show how our self centeredness and lack of empathy creates suffering for others and ourselves But the book also goes a step further and considers self created suffering as recounted in the teacher's diary that loosely links the stories versus externally created suffering someone doing something horrible to you with the characters wondering which is worse and if one is valid For many of the characters these two kinds of suffering are linked as external traumas become internalized long after their physical or immediate causes are gone and work from within to perpetuate the cycle The teacher's diary is not only a record of the suffering and hopes of a pretty average life it's also a kind of alien artifact from the vanished time before the war Its survival of the war has a real effect on the teacher's former students who have lived through so much With the ultimate fates of the characters revealed mid way through the book Tisma places his actual climax a climax of the ideas he's been playing with throughout the book at the end in a scene where two characters are faced with a decision of what to with this artifact I won't spoil it but I'd love to hear people thought I read the NYRB version of this As with most of the NYRB books I'd recommend reading the intro after reading the book to avoid spoilers but also to engage directly with Aleksandar Tisma a real dead person How often do you get to do that in life commune with the dead? Don't go through designated spirit medium Claire Messud grab this ouija board of a book and communicate directly with the man himself and his vanished Yugoslavia This is not a knock on the intro well maybe it's a slight knock because while ok it's of a fannish hey check out this writer he's great so is this book and his other books and here are a few spoilers type of intro than a really informative analysis of the book's writer ideas and environment Read the intro at the end so you can have your own internal follow up conversation with Ms Messud about what she thought Maybe you should also just read the book before reading this review? Well it's too late for that


  2. says:

    What a terrible thing war is Nobody gets it it really makes no sense at all And yet we live constantly at war Maybe its just human nature we don't really get peace This book is beautiful and terribly terribly sad like all books on war because there is really no way out of the trauma the terrible stories the way things change for so many lives before and after a warI loved the way Tisma tells the story of three friends their families and the way war changed them forever


  3. says:

    Novi Sad in Serbia where Central Europe ends where Serbs Croats Germans Jews Hungarians coexist peacefully and intermarry where Tišma himself born to a Serbian father and a Hungarian Jewish mother was raisedWhen WW2 breaks out this city of melting pot is the site of horrific slaughters and deportations which the novel recounts in gruesome details through the interwoven destinies of three young people from different social and ethnical backgroundsThe construction of the novel without being overly experimental is intriguing enough breaking the linearity of the plot multiplying the points of view providing chapters which are catalogues of habitations or physical characteristics Those may seem like moments of suspension but they also tamper with the uestion of the use of man and might be a way to give weight with words to human existence At least this is the intuition Vera gets after finding the diary of the German teacher she shared with the two other protagonists before the war The teacher dies alone after a surgery before the start of the atrocities leaving behind a notebook containing mostly laments and frustrations with her love life However is there a difference in essence between this seemingly trivial life and the tragic fates of those who lived through war? Vera had the feeling that the diary contained a whole human being someone unknown to her until now or known in a different way and that if she destroyed it she would never again have the chance once the shock of surprise had faded to know that human being clearly She was seized by a fear she had not felt at the funeral Was it possible for the content of a whole long life to vanish so easily so abruptly?


  4. says:

    Not as soul crushing as Grossman's Life and Fate or Shalamov's Kolyma Tales as Tisma writes about individual motivations instead of nationalistic machinations He writes less about intrapersonal emotions than Grossman for example but shows a deft and deep sapience You know war is hell without reading this but Tisma's focus is on laying bare the potential for violence and lust that potentially exists in everyone I didn't find this as excruciating as Kolyma Tales not much is and it doesn't have Ledig's machine gun fire staccato but it will leave even the most phlegmatic human moved Even if you think you've read everything that needs to read about WWII I think the writing and exploration of some of the often overlooked populations that suffered in the not so distant past is worth the timeTisma writes or is translated very well not on the level of the threnodic crescendos of Platonov but well enough to keep your attention


  5. says:

    I finished this on Friday and have been mulling over my review since thenThere's just some fictional books that it feels somewhat wrong to objectify in a critical spaceMainly ones based from personal experience that deal intimately with historical subject matter and not just any historical subject matter but the utter depths of human experience like genocide famine torture or war etcetc And The Use of Man encapsulates all of those and then someBut I shall try to approach this as I would any other novelSo here it goesTo start off the book charts the lives and fates of multiple teenagers and their various loved ones in Novi Sad throughout the Second World War and its aftermath All of which are pupils to a German language teacher known to them as fraulein One of these former pupils Sredoje Lazukić an opportunist sexual predator who conspired both with the Nazis and Communists happens upon the diary of their teacher when searching through the ruins of another pupil’s home after the war the home of a headstrong Jewish girl named Vera who survives the holocaust and lives a marginal existence as a civil servant in communist Yugoslavia This diary thus becomes a touchstone that links all the characters together and what transpires is a deft and heart aching narrative that reflects the social divisions and upheavals that the war reaped throughout central and eastern Europefamilies torn along ideological and ethnic linesthe weight of the totalitarian state bringing the englightment era ideal of individualism to its knees etcetcThe section describing Vera's deportation to a concentration camp and her induction into a Nazi program of forced sexual slavery is one the most emotionally bare and brutal pieces of prose I've ever come across And the experimental sections like the one describing all the characters deaths which happen mainly outside the composed narrative or the section that just describes various street scenes in Novi Sadhelp to lend this book the feeling of a modern epic in the makingOverall though I wasn't as enraptured with this book as I was with Tisma's other novel The Book of Blam which I feverishly devoured in one sitting despite its 250 page length I read The Use of Man in a much distant and cerebral mannerPartially a result of its non linear structure the ensemble cast of characters the expository tell don't show approach of the prose and maybe even the translation itself some of the world choice and syntax felt fluky So while it reaches at many points the lyrical beauty and gut wrenching misery of Blam in totality I felt somewhat coldly towards itRecommended for fans of Eastern European or WWII Lit455


  6. says:

    Novi Sad Újvidék was home to four main ethnic communities in 1940 to two in 1945 The casualties were high among all four communities but the Jews were all but eliminated and those Germans not killed at the end of the war disappeared at great speed That left the Serbs and the Hungarians Many of the citizens belong to two of the communities but on the whole this doesn't save them from the ravages of the war either Two of the four main characters survive in a sense The detail is gruelling the characterization and the descriptions of what goes on in this benighted city are superb Not to be missed Let's hope of his work gets translated soon


  7. says:

    At first this book appears to have an odd structure starting as it does with a description of Fräulein Anna Drentvenšek’s diary as if this is to be her tale but she is soon dead following a gall bladder operation Then Chapter 2 is devoted solely to descriptions of various habitations In addition there are later chapters which deal only with descriptions of characters or their nightly preoccupations or their deaths whether natural or violentFräulein Drentvenšek however was a teacher of German and her services were much sought after in the then Yugoslavian city of Novi Sad In her final hospital days she entrusted her diary to her Jewish pupil Vera Kroner with instructions to burn it after she died but instead Vera inscribed it with the details of Anna’s death before replacing it on Anna’s shelves The book is thereafter mainly concerned with the lives of four of Anna’s pupils Vera Milinko Božić Sredoje Lazukić and Sep Lehnart As these events occurred in 1940 the book becomes an exploration of the Yugoslavian experience during the Second World War There is obvious scope here for a novelistic focus on love sex and death The first of those is in short supply here perhaps it’s a luxury in a time of war and the breaking of nations but there is plenty of the latter Whether due to the filter of translation or the author’s own intentions sex though is observed in a somewhat detached manner in the book – it’s something people do or have done to them in Vera’s case but never described in any detail nor as a means to joyBeing Jewish Vera is of course predestined to the concentration camps which she survives in the only way one could by endurance and luck Sep her cousin on her non Jewish mother’s side joined the SS Milinko became a partisan Sredoje a sexual predator All are changed after the war unable to settle to a life at odds with dark memories and broken minds or bodies The utter disorientation which camp survivors must have felt is summed up by Vera’s thought on returning to her childhood home after her experiences “It was not home at which she arrived though it was Novi Sad” And the war’s end is not the story’s the idiosyncrasies of the new communist regime also have to be negotiatedThe Use of Man is both easy to read since Tišma writes well yet not an easy read The countries of central Europe and the Balkans have unenviable histories For readers to explore those histories in fiction might be one of the best ways to prevent their repeat


  8. says:

    I have been fortuitous in the last few books that I have picked up for they have all made me marginally uncomfortable yet drawn me into a different world full of storiesThe Use of Man’s bleak title had prepared me for despair and a very dry read But Tisma has glanced at some profound ideas through the drama of a few living breathing people These are people who have no interest in the war are not plagued by any ideologies and are yet pulled into one or the other side of the battle A few snippets show the simplicity of this writing which is at once comprehensible and makes the heart sink“Suddenly she felt that in leaving the concentration camp she had left the only place where she was understood”“He was still mesmerised by the sight of a simple rope transforming a live body a body that had walked rubbed its wrists and looked with avidly longing eyes into a crooked sagging carcass”The returns to Novi Sad the place that linked the lives of all these war witnesses were deeply disorienting each time Vera returned from Germany to find herself sinking into poverty; Sredoje coming from Celje encountered a creaking and groaning town Even Fraulein’s diary reminds us How misérable to be here It is the curse of a birthplace to be detested especially if people are unable to leave it The place becomes their prison and their bane and they continue to imagine that life outside this will be beautiful It is ironical that the characters of this story travel the world and come back to their prisons as if bound by an invisible chain They have never seized their fates and even till the end they don’t find the strength to change the course of their lives Each character uses another and yet they continue to see themselves as used and victims plagued with a vague guilt and fear of repudiation This is perhaps what the title alludes to how people make bridges of each other to survive


  9. says:

    Novi sad is a town in Serbian Yugoslavia and in this book we see the effects of the second world war and the subseuent communist partisans takeover post war from the view of three young individualsThe opening is an unusual introduction to the story as pre war a woman who is the trio's German tutor buys a notebook she then dies and begs Vera her pupil on her deathbed to hide and destroy the book The story then follows Vera Milinko and Sredoje pre war during the war and post war as we learn of their fatesI found parts of the story incredibly effective there is one chapter about Vera's experience in the concentration camp which is as hard a read as any I've found about the horror but that is made distressing by how life treats her after the warThe destruction of individuals and family is well told as the two men move in different directions Milinko the hard working intelligent son of a brutal father full of hope goes to war but his ultimate fate is hard to learn and Sredoje the son of a nationalist manages to weave I his way through the hostilities Vera is the fascinating history with an intellectual Jewish father who married the former gentile maid which again gives a picture of how diversity once a norm becomes a danger and splits familyWhilst in parts this book is disjointed in form and reuires concentration I was glad that I persevered as it gives a stark picture of the war in Yugoslavia the terror of the invasion and the effects on individuals It also provides a snapshot of a diverse society pre war and as the communists post war take over gives some insight into how the creation of a greater state will create renewed horrors fifty years later when the regime of Tito collapsedWell worth reading


  10. says:

    The use of men easily suggests the abuse of men and this might be what this breathtaking and gripping turmoil of a novel is about The narrator is using and classifying his characters like play cards arranging their fates as it suits him and still does not take the blame for the agony they go through Man is using himself or at least he likes to think this way