Divi garlaicīgi prozas darbi

Reizēm gadās iegrābties arī garlaicīgā literatūrā. Pa šo gadu man tādi ir patrāpījušies divi darbi.

Sun Tzu “Kara māksla” (”Art of War”). Ir gan grāmatas veidā, gan internetā izlasāma. Izlasīt šo seno ķīniešu pamācību grāmatu mani pamudināja raksts “Ilustrētajā Zinātnē” (decembra vai janvāra numurs) par karavadoņiem un kara mākslu. Tur šis padomu krājums tika pieminēts kā pat mūsdienu karavadoņus un uzņēmumus iedvesmojošs. Vairs neatceros konkrēti, bet bija pieminēti pāris lieli starptautiski uzņēmumi, kuri savā menedžmenta stratēģijā izmanto vairākus Sun Tzu padomus kara vešanā un aizsardzībā. Lasāmviela būtībā garlaicīga, bet šo to patiešām iespējams gūt un mācīties, ja viņa padomus spēj iztēlē pielīdzināt mūsdienu situācijai:

24. Attack him where he is unprepared, appear where
    you are not expected.

Šo pamācību var attiecināt uz konkurenci – izveido tādu produktu vai pakalpojumu, kāds nav konkurentam, vai par kuru konkurents domā, ka neesi spējīgs vai veidosi to vēlāk. Nu tā apmēram. Ja labi padomā, šis padoms velk arī uz melno PR. Vērtējums – grūti novērtēt, jo tas ir padomu krājums.

Tomass Hārdijs “Zem zaļojošā koka” (”Under the Greenwood Tree”). Angļu literatūras klasika, pirmā no Hārdija Veseksas novelēm. Šī ir viena no mana 2007. gada lasāmo grāmatu saraksta, izvēlējos, jo iepriekš no Hārdija nekas nebija lasīts. Domāju, ka neko vairāk no viņa arī nelasīšu. Ja daudziem Andrejs Upītis liekas garlaicīgs, tad Hārdijs viņu pārspēj. Lasīju angliski, kas lasīšanu tikai apgrūtināja, j0 Hārdijs lielāko daļu dialogu sarakstījis vietējā vecajā angļu dialektā: There`s your brother Bob just as bad – as fat as o porpoise – wi` his low, mean, “How`st do, Ann?” whenever he meets me. Un tā tālāk. Varētu būt interesanti angļu filologiem :) Hārdijs ir uzrakstījis romānu gandrīz ne par ko – par kāda ciemata iedzīvotājiem, galvenā sižeta līnija vijas ap jauno skolotāju-flirtētāju un vietējo puisi Diku, kas viņā iemīlas un beigās piedabū viņu līdz precībām. Otra sižeta līnija -ierodas jauns mācītājs, kurš nolemj atteikties no baznīcas kora un iegādāties ērģeles, kas, protams, nepatīk vietējiem. Interesantākais ir brīdis, kā skolotāja ar viltu piedabūt tēvu atļaut viņai precēt Diku un kā viņa piekrīt precēties ar mācītāju, bet tad tomēr viņai ierunājas sirdsapziņa. Gandrīz meksikāņu seriāls D Vērtējums 2/5.

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