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Notes In Cyrillic script. Lists What are lists? Dec 04, Eyelash rated it it was amazing. To view it, click here. She rediscovered forgotten Russian writers such as Konstantin Vaginov and Leonid Dobychin, and published a book on Russian contemporary fiction Nova ruska proza, There are no discussion topics on this book yet.
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Please review your cart. Ugresic’s wit and wide arsenal of interesting references make me certain that she’d be an amazing partner in literary banter over coffee if I could ever hope to hold up my end of such!
Teodora rated it really liked it Mar 07, Tags What are tags? It combines graphical and textual components in order to bring up an innovative presentation of the narrative and it fails, for graphical elements of the book are meaningless.
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Marijana rated it liked it Aug 19, Jun 15, Boris rated it did not like it Shelves: Open to the public ; PG Ugresic published two more books Filip i Srecica, ; Kucni duhovi,and then gave up writing for children. Nov 29, Ljiljana Stancic rated it really liked it. Want to Read Currently Reading Read.
Thea Sixx rated it liked it Oct 11, Refresh and try again. Jana Livada rated it did not like it Oct 11, Skip to content Skip to search. Stefica Cvek is a cliche but one with which we, consciously or not, can A delightful novella, a scrapbook of styles precisely and playfully executed.
She might tend a little towards focus on form and wit over narrative content for my tastes I know, I know, this from meb Dubravka Ugresic is a playful Croatian post-modernist who obsessed over Russian avant-garde lit, translated Daniil Kharms, and seems to be primarily concerned at least in these earliest publications collected here with commenting on female life and place modern society, dissecting dubarvka and writing themselves, and making penis jokes many of which are pretty funny.
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Be dubgavka first to add this to a list. She might tend a little towards focus on form and wit over narrative content for my tastes I know, I know, this from mebut the forms themselves make for pretty interesting content a lot of the time naturally, this from me. Prvi put izvedena “prid Dvorom” u Dubrovniku I recommend the book to anyone who wants to meet quality women’s literature. Two novellas make up more than half of this collection, each covering very similar terrain in deconstructing the love story.
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Add a tag Cancel Be the first to add a tag for this edition. She translated fiction into Croatian from Russian Boris Pilnyak, Gola godina; Daniil Kharms, Nule i nisticeand edited anthologies of both Russian contemporary Pljuska u ruci, and avant-garde writing. Monika rated it it was amazing Dec 05, Bambinja rated it it was ok Oct 24, Thanks for telling us about the problem.
She is based in Amsterdam today, working as a freelance writer. Dubravka Ugresic is a playful Croatian post-modernist who obsessed over Russian avant-garde lit, translated Daniil Kharms, and seems to be primarily concerned at least in these earliest publications collected here with commenting on female life and place modern society, dissecting literature and writing themselves, and making penis jokes many of which are pretty funny.
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Unique and funny chick-lit through the looking glass. In order to set up a list of libraries that you have access to, you must first login or sign up. The title should be at least 4 characters long. I especially like Ugresic’s take on Gogol’s “The Nose”.