ONTARIO, Canada (PRWEB) September 16, 2013
From Sergey Zemtsov comes Essays and Observations, a striking compendium that unravels the author’s works in different forms of literature from various locations, including essays and compositions, tales and short stories, poems and hymns, and translations. This eloquent collection elicits potent images, memories, or feelings to mind as the reader embarks on a literary journey replete with inspiration and innovation. A new immigrant to Israel and later to Canada, Zemtsov, to some extent, promotes and discusses global thinking.
This rich anthology boasts of a plethora of excellent and refined masterpieces garnered from the author’s travels, interactions, correspondence, music and books–including those of Timothy Leary, Lee Siegel, Martin Heidegger, to mention a few. Zemtsov vividly conveys his thoughts and deliberations distilled from music of the ’60s-‘70s that soothes and uplifts his spirit the way poetry does. These are, of course, followed by a refreshing selection of Russian transcripts and translations from British and American artists and poets. The second to the last chapter of the book subtitled "Tales" opens to surreal rivulets of thoughts that, despite its pensive and wistful quality, are real impressions. The last chapter is an intimate exposé of images and reflections culled from the deep consciousness of the author’s childhood.
The compositions play and flow with meaning and urgency as they explore and unearth old stories from Russia, lore and anecdotes from family and friends, and even traditional tales from the native towns of Siberia. While quenching thirst for knowledge, broadening the mind and understanding the world, readers will find themselves deeply immersed from one article to the next as they are whisked away to a time and space much different from the present. With Zemtsov’s informative and entertaining methods and expression, the readers will have no trouble understanding the author's intent, regardless of the author's actual words.
“The title of the book in Russian transcription, ‘vzgliad i nechto’, is very old and traditional,” notes the author. “It dates back to the 19th Century. It literally means compositions written by ‘small authors’”.
A small book that speaks volumes, Essays and Observations is a weighty volume that bridges cultures through Zemtsov’s perspicaciously, cherry-picked literary masterpieces.
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About the Author
Sergey Zemtsov was born in Siberia, USSR, in 1957. He studied mathematics, philosophy, some psychology. He graduated with a bachelor’s degree in mathematics in 1984. The author worked as programmer in a few companies, including Institute of Nuclear Physics in Novosibirsk during the last three years before he migrated. He traveled to Israel in 1998 and later, in 2006, in Canada along with his wife, Alina. He and his wife work as software engineers in Toronto.
Zemtsov is a member of the “The New Contemporary” International Union of Writers. He has won several awards, including first prize in "Philosophy Lyrics" last year. More details can be viewd on his website, http://www.szemtsov.com. Additionally, many of his publications are also for download and e-libraries.
Essays and Observations * by Sergey Zemtsov
Publication Date: January 14, 2013
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