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The author of the book: Aleksis Kivi
Edition: Eesti Raamat
Date of issue: 1966
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Language: English
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"Kiljukoon nyt kaikkein kaula,
koska mielin virren laulaa
voimasta seitsemän miehen."

Aleksis Kiven (1834–1872) Seitsemän veljestä oli ilmestyessään yksi ensimmäisistä suomenkielisistä romaaneista. 140 vuotta julkaisemisensa jälkeen se on suomalaisen kirjallisuuden kiistaton merkkiteos, jonka lumovoimaa aika ei ole vähentänyt. Rehevän realistinen kieli ja taidokas kerronta osuvat suoraan suomalaisen lukijan mielenmaisemaan.

Orvoksi jääneen veljessarjan edesottamukset eteläisessä Hämeessä ovat täynnä vimmaa ja voimaa, mutta myös rehevää maanläheistä huumoria. Juhani, Tuomas, Aapo, Simeoni, Timo, Lauri ja Eero ovat jatkuvasti vastatusten ympäröivän yhteiskunnan kanssa. Lukutaidottomat, ryyppäävät ja tappelevat nuoret miehet herättivät pahennusta paitsi naapureissaan myös lukijoiden ja kriitikoiden keskuudessa. Kansalliskirjailijamme oli aikaansa edellä.


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Ebook Seitse venda read Online! Aleksis Kivi (born Alexis Stenvall) was a Finnish author who wrote the first significant novel in the Finnish language, Seven Brothers (orig. Seitsemän veljestä). Although Kivi was among the very earliest authors of prose and lyrics in Finnish language, he is still considered one of the greatest of them all.

Aleksis Kivi was born at Nurmijärvi, Finland, into a tailor's family. In 1846 he left for school in Helsinki, and in 1859 he was accepted into the University of Helsinki, where he studied literature and developed an interest in the theater. His first play was Kullervo, based on a tragic tale from the Kalevala.

From 1863 onwards, Kivi devoted his time to writing. He wrote 12 plays and a collection of poetry. The novel Seven Brothers took him ten years to write. Literary critics, especially the prominent August Ahlqvist, disapproved of the book, at least nominally because of its "rudeness" – Romanticism was in its forte at the time – but maybe also because it was written in the southwestern dialect of Finnish, while Ahlqvist himself preferred the northeastern dialects of his homelands. The Fennomans also disapproved of its depiction of not-so-virtuous rural life that was far from their idealized point of view, and his excessive drinking may have alienated some.

In 1865 Kivi won the State Prize for his still often performed comedy Nummisuutarit (transl. Heath Cobblers). However, the less than enthusiastic reception of his books was taking its toll and he was already drinking heavily. His main benefactor Charlotta Lönnqvist could not help him after the 1860s. Physical deterioration and the development of schizophrenia (suspectedly caused by advanced borreliosis) set in, and Kivi died in poverty at the age of 38.

In 1995-1996, Finnish composer Einojuhani Rautavaara wrote an opera about Kivi's life and works. In 2002 director Jari Halonen's movie The Life of Aleksis Kivi (orig. Aleksis Kiven elämä) premiered in Finnish cinemas.


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