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Winner of the Nobel Prize in LiteratureOn April 26 1986 the worst nuclear reactor accident in history occurred in Chernobyl and contaminated as much as three uarters of Europe Voices from Chernobyl is the first book to pres Today April 26th is the 26th 27th anniversary of Chernobyl catastrophe In case you re wondering no Google did NOT feature it on its home page same as last year sadly But shouldn t humanity remember this disasterThis is one of the most horrifying books I have ever read It reads like a postapocalyptic story except for all of it is horrifyingly real Svetlana Alexievich a journalist provides real but almost surreal in their horror oral accounts of Chernobyl disaster On April 26 1986 an explosion of reactor 4 at the Chernobyl nuclear power station marked the transition from the idea of a peaceful atom to the worst nuclear catastrophe in history This was a disaster largely hushed up by the government people were lied to the effects were minimized and brushed off and there were not enough resources for a proper and safe clean up These true stories are heart wrenching and shocking honest and resigned angry and hopeless The city of Pripyat which was home to the workers of the Chernobyl nuclear station remains abandoned since that fateful April of 1986 People were thrown into the areas where machines were unable to function due to radiation while wearing little than t shirts and euipped with shovels People were on the burning roof of the reactor without any protection People were dying from acute radiation sickness in the most horrifying ways imaginable Scientists tried to sound alarm but were silenced Produce heavily contaminated with radiation was still exported to other parts of the Soviet Union Contaminated items from looted towns and villages appeared all over the country People were whisked from their homes on buses and told that they would be gone for only a few days Pets were shot to contain spread of contamination Visiting officials came in full radiations suits their local guide was wearing a sundress and sandals Radiation meters readings were either ignored or falsified Officials were bringing people out for May Day parades outside in accordance with orders from above and then watched their own family members succumb to the disease Listless sick children live in surrounding areas and are just waiting to die Alexievich lets the eyewitness accounts speak for themselves with very little editorial voice Occasionally she clarifies the emotions or the reactions of the interviewees but for the most part she lets them speak in their own voice She does not preach or editorialize and that makes the book poignantThese are stories of people robbed of their present and future of the disaster that is still claiming lives Its effects will be felt for decades to come in the sick children mutated animals abandoned cities and villages and destroyed lives I cried when I was reading this book How can you not 5 stars for the fact that she was courageous enough to listen to the heartbreaking accounts and compile all these stories I would not have had enough strength to do that A Fire Within: Sekret Machines Series, Book 2 pres Today April 26th is the 26th 27th anniversary of Chernobyl catastrophe In case you re wondering no Google did NOT feature it on its home Idenics page same as last year sadly But shouldn t humanity remember this disasterThis is one of the most horrifying books I have ever read It reads like a Night Owl Loonette postapocalyptic story except for all of it is horrifyingly real Svetlana Alexievich a journalist Deadshifted (Edie Spence, provides real but almost surreal in their horror oral accounts of Chernobyl disaster On April 26 1986 an explosion of reactor 4 at the Chernobyl nuclear El agujero del infierno power station marked the transition from the idea of a The Essential Jim Brickman, Vol. 4 (Piano/Vocal/Chords) peaceful atom to the worst nuclear catastrophe in history This was a disaster largely hushed up by the government Teddy people were lied to the effects were minimized and brushed off and there were not enough resources for a Calling Me Home proper and safe clean up These true stories are heart wrenching and shocking honest and resigned angry and hopeless The city of Pripyat which was home to the workers of the Chernobyl nuclear station remains abandoned since that fateful April of 1986 People were thrown into the areas where machines were unable to function due to radiation while wearing little than t shirts and euipped with shovels People were on the burning roof of the reactor without any The Taint of Lovecraft protection People were dying from acute radiation sickness in the most horrifying ways imaginable Scientists tried to sound alarm but were silenced Produce heavily contaminated with radiation was still exported to other Mr. Francis Wife parts of the Soviet Union Contaminated items from looted towns and villages appeared all over the country People were whisked from their homes on buses and told that they would be gone for only a few days Pets were shot to contain spread of contamination Visiting officials came in full radiations suits their local guide was wearing a sundress and sandals Radiation meters readings were either ignored or falsified Officials were bringing The Shadow People people out for May Day The Aliens Mate (Warriors of Luxiria, parades outside in accordance with orders from above and then watched their own family members succumb to the disease Listless sick children live in surrounding areas and are just waiting to die Alexievich lets the eyewitness accounts speak for themselves with very little editorial voice Occasionally she clarifies the emotions or the reactions of the interviewees but for the most Degrees of Elevation part she lets them speak in their own voice She does not Demons, Yes--But Thank God for Good Angels preach or editorialize and that makes the book The Pride and Prejudice Movie Cookbook poignantThese are 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Charnobyl skaia malitva

S reveal the fear anger and uncertainty with which they still live Composed of interviews in monologue form Voices from Chernobyl is a crucially important work of immense force unforgettable in its emotional power and hones Very touching voices chronicling the Chernobyl experience and comparing life before and after the moment that changed everything Svetlana Alexievich captures the suffering of ordinary people of all walks of life as well as that of professional staff sent to Chernobyl to deal with the crisis immediately after it happened She creates a social panorama of the society that was affected in its totality by the nuclear disasterI will never forget my feelings in 1986 living in West Germany and attending a small town primary school All of a sudden global politics became a tangible reality and a threat Chernobyl was the first man made disaster that I experienced and understood After Chernobyl nothing was ever as innocent as before again A wake up call for my social conscience you could say But I never grasped what it was like for the people who were there who saw it happen who had to make decisions on their future based on that catastrophe Reading Alexievich gave me inside knowledge of the nightmare I remember from my childhood While we were just kept away from certain foods and weren t allowed to play in the sandbox or go on field trips people in proximity to Chernobyl fought often hopelessly for their livesI had to put down the book several times and take a break as the stories are painful to read particularly those which tell of ordinary issues and problems and of ordinary people The individuals telling their stories are not heroes and they don t have the privilege of being seen and heard and worshipped for their suffering like religious martyrs or soldiers They just happened to be singled out by the shared experience of the disasterWe re often silent We don t yell and we don t complain We re patient as always Because we don t have the words yet We re afraid to talk about it We don t know how It s not an ordinary experience and the uestions it raises are not ordinary The world has been split in two there s us the Chernobylites and then there s you the others Have you noticed No one here points out that they re Russian or Belarussian or Ukrainian We all call ourselves Chernobylites We re from Chernobyl I m a Chernobylite As if this is a separate people A new nationIt is the author s strength to put those silent voices on loudspeaker to let them have their say to let them show the others what it was really like to live through a nuclear accident Alexievich gives literature a democratic touch not putting her creativity in focus but rather her empathy for the different people she encounters Her literary skills lies in the careful collection and arrangement of the disparate voices to a reading experience of uniue characterIntense reading I strongly recommend it to the world of today Read and think El agujero del infierno power and hones 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saw it happen who had to make decisions on their future based on that catastrophe Reading Alexievich gave me inside knowledge of the nightmare I remember from my childhood While we were just kept away from certain foods and weren t allowed to The Aliens Mate (Warriors of Luxiria, play in the sandbox or go on field trips Degrees of Elevation people in Demons, Yes--But Thank God for Good Angels proximity to Chernobyl fought often hopelessly for their livesI had to The Pride and Prejudice Movie Cookbook put down the book several times and take a break as the stories are Vietnam Perkasie painful to read Losing Strength and Dexterity problems and of ordinary Afghanistan people The individuals telling their stories are not heroes and they don t have the The Black Sheeps Secret Child privilege of being seen and heard and worshipped for their suffering like religious martyrs or soldiers They just happened to be singled out by the shared experience of the disasterWe re often silent We don t 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Ent personal accounts of the tragedy Journalist Svetlana Alexievich interviewed hundreds of people affected by the meltdown from innocent citizens to firefighters to those called in to clean up the disaster and their storie Chernobyl is like the war of all wars There s nowhere to hide Not underground not underwater not in the airWhile cheerful carols played holiday lights sparkled and countless dollars were being spent on mostly unnecessary gadgets and superfluous luxuries I read this account of one of the worst disasters ever to afflict our planet I sunk further into the funk that threatened the existence of my Christmas tree and that brought my own holiday shopping to a screeching halt It seemed absurd to parade around with bags in hand while the voices of the survivors of the 1986 Chernobyl nuclear power plant explosion echoed incessantly within my head Svetlana Alexievich Ukrainian journalist and winner of the 2015 Nobel Prize in Literature has compiled a most remarkable narrative of the catastrophe from the people who witnessed the horror firsthand Moms dads wives husbands children scientists liuidators politicians and even refugees to the area were interviewed and asked to speak candidly The stories are full of sorrow shock bewilderment anger and occasionally stoical humor All were straightforward and unembellished I sensed that each carried the weight of genuine feeling I can t write anything meaningful than what the sufferers themselves have already said Please listen to their voices I killed her I She Saved My little girl saved me she took the whole radioactive shock into herself she was like the lightning rod for it She was so small The future is destroying me not the past You re a normal person And then one day you re suddenly turned into a Chernobyl person Into an animal something that everyone s interested in and that no one knows anything about You want to be like everyone else and now you can t I want to bear witness my daughter died from Chernobyl And they want us to forget about it I suddenly started wondering about what s better to remember or to forget If we d beaten Chernobyl people would talk about it and write about it Or if we d understood Chernobyl But we don t know how to capture any meaning from it We re not capable of it We can t place it in our human experience or our human time frame We re all peddlers of the apocalypse Big and small I have these images in my mind these pictures There are ten million Belarussians and two million of us live on poisoned land It s a huge devil s laboratory This level of lying this incredible level with which Chernobyl is connected in our minds was comparable only to the level of lies during the big war Chernobyl is the catastrophe of the Russian mind set it wasn t just the reactor that exploded but an entire system of values The kids draw Chernobyl The trees in the pictures grow upside down The water in the rivers is red or yellow They ll draw it and then cry everyone was raised to think that the peaceful Soviet atom was as safe as peat or coal We were people chained by fear and prejudices We had the superstition of our faith I used to write poems I was in love with a girl In fifth grade In seventh grade I found out about deathIt s not difficult to be shocked by the statistics of the disaster You can look those up anywhere and your jaw will drop But to understand what ordinary people like me and you went through is absolutely heart rending Reading their words commiserating with their feelings of misery and fear and knowing that the suffering for many of these people still continues that is what makes this so impactful Naturally I began to think What if But that s just too painful to ponder any further right now When I m feeling braver I will watch the miniseries I ve heard so much about I suspect it will be frightening than any Stephen King adaptation could ever be What should I tell you Death is the fairest thing in the world No one s ever gotten out of it The earth takes everyone the kind the cruel the sinners Aside from that there s no fairness on earth Afghanistan personal accounts of the tragedy Journalist Svetlana Alexievich interviewed hundreds of The Black Sheeps Secret Child people affected by the meltdown from innocent citizens to firefighters to those called in to clean up the disaster and their storie Chernobyl is like the war of all wars There s nowhere to hide Not underground not underwater not in the airWhile cheerful carols The Billionaires Desire played holiday lights sparkled and countless dollars were being spent on mostly unnecessary gadgets and superfluous luxuries I read this account of one of the worst disasters ever to afflict our After the Flood planet I sunk further into the funk that threatened the existence of my Christmas tree and that brought my own holiday shopping to a screeching halt It seemed absurd to Trust in Tomorrow parade around with bags in hand while the voices of the survivors of the 1986 Chernobyl 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future is destroying me not the Acquiring the Mind of Christ past You re a normal The Internal Magic of Activision Dragster person And then one day you re suddenly turned into a Chernobyl The Hitchhikers Guide to the Galaxy (Hitchhikers Guide to the Galaxy, person Into an animal something that everyone s interested in and that no one knows anything about You want to be like everyone else and now you can t I want to bear witness my daughter died from Chernobyl And they want us to forget about it I suddenly started wondering about what s better to remember or to forget If we d beaten Chernobyl Dinner with a Perfect Stranger people would talk about it and write about it Or if we d understood Chernobyl But we don t know how to capture any meaning from it We re not capable of it We can t The Purple Headed Mountain place it in our human experience or our human time frame We re all Stone Circles of Britain peddlers of the apocalypse Big and small I have these images in my mind these Blue 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  1. says:

    Today April 26th is the 26th 27th anniversary of Chernobyl catastrophe In case you're wondering no Google did NOT

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    I was about 5 when Chernobyl happened and my family lived near the Baltic Sea not that far from the explosion zone relatively speaking I can't really remember what exactly I understood about what had happened I remember our family friend's little niece came from Belarus to stay for the summer I have strange kno

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    The Belarusian journalist Svetlana Alexievich spent three years interviewing people who had been involved in Chernobyl villagers from the surrounding area liuidators members of the cleanup suad widows and children nuclear scientists politicians even people who incredibly had moved to Chernobyl after the accident She presen

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    Chernobyl is like the war of all wars There’s nowhere to hide Not underground not underwater not in the airWhile cheerful carols played holiday lights sparkled and countless dollars were being spent on mostly unnecessary gadgets and superfluous luxuries I read this account of one of the worst disasters ever to afflict our planet I sunk further into the funk that threatened the existence of my Christmas tree and that

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    You feel how some completely unseen thing can enter and then destroy the whole world can crawl into you Dejecting and uintessential Voices from Chernobyl The Oral History of a Nuclear Disaster contains the harrowing accounts of lives lost and lived after the cataclysmic disaster that happened on April 26 1986 near the city of Pripyat The e

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    Sometime in the future we will understand Chernobyl as a philosophy Two states divided by barbed wire one the zone itself; the other everywhere else People have hung white towels on the rotting stakes around the zo

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    I will never forget a documentary I saw about the nuclear disaster at the Chernobyl power plant in 1986 This documentary The Battle of Chernobyl directed by Thomas Johnson provides a very good understanding of what happened at the time of the accident and afterwards It contains rare original footage and interviews with people who were present or involved in the handling of this catastrophe It's available on demand on Vimeo and I

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    As I watched the HBO miniseries about Chernobyl I thought incessantly about the people the first responders the farmers the children In short the entire affected population Lies were told contaminated food consu

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    Very touching voices chronicling the Chernobyl experience and comparing life before and after the moment that chan

  10. says:

    Damn it This book broke my heart I mean I’ve read all about it before I’ve watched things BUT it still breaks my heart all these people went through and the animals 🥺Mel 🖤🐶🐺🐾