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Fri Mar 21 17:02:56 2014 UTClccn-n921091500.07Shola et les lions /0.381.00Basque in translation /114350491Bernardo_Atxagan 921091503268888Aćaga, Bernardo 1951-Atšaġa, Birnārdū, 1951-Atxaga, B. 1951-Atxaga, B. (Bernardo)Atxaga, B. (Bernardo), 1951-Atxaga, BernardoGarmendia, José IrazuGarmendia, José Irazu, 1951-....Garmendia, Joseba Irazu.Garmendia, Joseba Irazu 1951- Wirklicher NameIrazu Garmendia, JoséIrazu Garmendia, José, 1951-Irazu Garmendia, JosebaIrazu Garmendia, Joséba, 1951-Irazu Garmendia, Joseba 1951- Wirklicher NameIrazu, José, 1951-Irazu, JosebaIrazu, Joséba, 1951-Irazu, Joséba Garmendia, 1951-Бернардо Аћага 1951-برناردو أتشاغا، 1951-アチャーガ, ベルナルドlccn-nr94022341Costa, Margaret Julltrllccn-no2003125396Garikano, Asuntrllccn-no00065433Valverde, Mikelilllccn-n2009054174Lete, Nerelccn-n80090319ETA (Organization)viaf-244872686Gabastou, Andrétrllccn-nb99036430Olaziregi, Mari Joseedtlccn-no98064963Sabán, Arantxatrllccn-n96083335Kortazar, Jonlccn-no2002023506Eguillor, Juan Carlos1947-illAtxaga, BernardoFictionHistoryHistorical fictionDramaCriticism, interpretation, etcFilm adaptationsCatalogsJuvenile worksShort storiesBasquesSpainCongo (Democratic Republic)--YangambiCivil War (Spain : 1936-1939)Atxaga, BernardoArmies--OfficersPoetsKidnappingManners and customsSpain--País VascoFathers and sonsTeenage boysImperialismWomen terroristsStateless personsWomen ex-convictsETA (Organization)BrothersCountry lifeMate selectionSpanish fictionBasque fictionInterpersonal relationsImaginary placesCinematographersCities and towns--Social life and customsEccentrics and eccentricitiesSpanish American fictionShort stories, SpanishShort stories, Spanish AmericanCowsDogsBasque literatureTerrorismSpain--BarcelonaSpy storiesMotion picturesSpain, NorthernWomen motion picture producers and directorsDocumentary films--Production and directionRural elderlyGilot, Françoise,Painting, FrenchSpanish languageFilm adaptationsStorytellersVillage communitiesPlagiarismLizardsTeachers19511975197619771978198019821983198419851986198719881989199019911992199319941995199619971998199920002001200220032004200520062007200820092010201120122013201473264211344899.923PH5339.A8ocn807359066ocn442774548ocn032415864ocn456471122ocn441228081ocn812126562ocn444482119ocn443070167ocn439169073ocn440615679ocn801326053ocn674394581ocn722707832ocn781089862ocn754042406ocn753792437932119ocn027073119book19880.28Atxaga, BernardoObabakoak : a novelFictionHistorical fictionA unique and stunning international literary event: winner of Spain's National Prize for Literature, Obabakoak, a work of fiction, is one of only several hundred books to be written in four centuries in Basque, a language understood by few (the author himself had to translate his book into Spanish to broaden its appeal throughout Europe, where it has been published to ecstatic acclaim). Obabakoak means "the people and things of Obaba (a Basque village)," and the narrator weaves a tale reminiscent of Scheherazade's. The village is peopled with rascals, innocents, intellectuals, shepherds, hunters, idiots, and creatures of superstition, and the interconnection of their private worlds is brilliantly evoked. Parody, riddles, texts within texts abound in a book that is playful yet always tinged with melancholy. Possessed of the timelessness of the fairy tale and informed by the lore of the oral tradition - and offering a good-humored spin through metaliterature and intertextuality - Obabakoak is a multi-faceted and rousing celebration of the art of storytelling+-+360024000669313ocn276908229book20070.23Atxaga, BernardoThe accordionist's sonHistoryFictionHistorical fictionDavid Imaz, the teenage son of an accordionist, begins to suspect his father participated in the execution of villagers accused of being Republicans during the Spanish Civil War. Twenty-five years after the war officially ended, political, even inadvertently political, choices remain deadly, but fear of Franco's civil guard neither darkens the innocence or exuberance of the young nor lightens the guilt of their parents. In Obaba, grudges and friendships are long-lasting and deep, and secrets are buried only shallowly.--From Publisher's Weekly+-+32602400066397ocn775416388book20110.18Atxaga, BernardoSeven houses in FranceFictionThe year is 1903, and the garrison of Yangambi on the banks of the River Congo is under the command of Captain Lalande Biran. The captain is also a poet whose ambition is to amass a fortune and return to the literary cafes of Paris. His glamorous wife Christine has a further ambition: to own seven houses in France, a house for every year he has been abroad. At Lalande Biran's side are the ex-legionnaire van Thiegel, a brutal womaniser, and the servile, treacherous Donatien, who dreams of running a brothel. The officers spend their days guarding enslaved rubber-tappers and kidnapping young girls, and at their hands the jungle is transformed into a wild circus of human ambition and absurdity. But everything changes with the arrival of a new officer and brilliant marksman: the enigmatic Chrysostome Liege2789ocn035773511book19960.27Atxaga, BernardoThe lone manFictionA Barcelona hotelier hides two Basque separatists and begins living off his nerves as the hotel is filled with police guarding a foreign soccer team. The World Cup is on. The hotelier, an ex-Basque revolutionary, cannot decide whether he is taking such risk out of nobility of spirit or boredom+-+61861951363242654ocn041088145book19980.33Atxaga, BernardoThe lone womanFictionOn a bus home after four years in jail, a Basque woman terrorist reflects on her past and future. She has no children, her family disowned her, her husband divorced her, and her comrades think she betrayed them. By a Spanish writer, author of The Lone Man+-+667919513624129ocn057368218book20030.32Atxaga, BernardoEl hijo del acordeonistaFiction+-+53411957932394ocn046848237book20010.35Atxaga, BernardoTwo brothers : the fourth songFiction+-+498319513619536ocn037141058book19960.59Atxaga, BernardoEsos cielosFictionOn a bus home after years in prison a Basque woman terrorist reflects on her past and contemplates her future+-+056678119332418540ocn032075394book19940.66Atxaga, BernardoEl hombre soloFictionLa critica ha dicho, de El hombre solo+-+445678119332416120ocn669800841book20090.28Atxaga, BernardoSiete casas en FranciaFictionIn Yangambi, next to the Congo River, the army of Leopold II of Belgium imposes order under the command of Lalande Biran. As a poet, Biran's only objective is to amass a fortune and return to Paris. The characters that surround him turn the wilderness of the jungle into a circus of ambitions and human absurdities. But things take a different turn with the arrival of a new officer, an unerring marksman who hides an enigmatic personality+-+K7597811931068ocn039533931book19980.90Atxaga, BernardoLista de locos y otros alfabetos+-+491899329310134ocn029583610book19920.15Atxaga, BernardoMemorias de una vacaFiction+-+7295939893709ocn038943193book19950.59Atxaga, BernardoDos hermanos : el cuarto CantoFiction6723ocn038218837book19970.50Atxaga, BernardoHistorias de Obaba : Dos letters, Cuando una serpiente--, Dos hermanosCatalogs+-+09795811933246614ocn036706121book19960.76Atxaga, BernardoUn espía llamado Sara606ocn052423892book19990.50Atxaga, BernardoCuentos apátridasFictionShort stories by Spanish and Spanish American authors+-+5888581193324595ocn082265004book19990.07Atxaga, BernardoShola et les lionsShola est une petite chienne qui sait lire... Elle s'intéresse particulièrement aux livres sur les animaux, et plus particulièrement encore à un livre sur les lions, celui qui démontre qu'elle est la descendante directe de ces animaux5814ocn782953227book19980.20Atxaga, BernardoLista de locos y otros alfabetosVia de letters van het alfabet maakt men kennis met de Baskische microkosmos met zijn literatuur, legenden en historische hoogtepunten; met woordverklaringen in het Spaans+-+13364566235521ocn032831755book19950.07Atxaga, BernardoShola y los leonesFictionMed en lille baskisk landsby som den mytiske ramme om fortællingerne, føres vi ind i både fantastiske og realistiske skrøner, fortællinger og eventyr fra det nordspanske område+-+7831039893537ocn024264717book19900.95Atxaga, BernardoPoemas & híbridos2612ocn434438563book20090.76Atxaga, BernardoTwo Basque stories853ocn059711806book20050.93Olaziregi, Mari JoseWaking the hedgehog : the literary universe of Bernardo AtxagaCriticism, interpretation, etc"Following the trail of the hedgehog reveals the riches of contemporary Basque literature and Atxaga's central position in the Basque literary world. The book explores the enthusiastic global reception of Atxaga's fiction - in particular Obabakoak, which has been translated into twenty-six languages - but also his short stories, drama, poetry, and writings for children and young people. It focuses on the preeminence of the fantastic in Atxaga's work, the experimental style of his hybrid poetic texts, and the "heterotopias" of his realist novels."--BOOK JACKET+-+K377532236501ocn166314828book20070.28Atxaga, BernardoObabakoak : a novelFictionHistorical fictionA unique and stunning international literary event: winner of Spain's National Prize for Literature, Obabakoak, a work of fiction, is one of only several hundred books to be written in four centuries in Basque, a language understood by few (the author himself had to translate his book into Spanish to broaden its appeal throughout Europe, where it has been published to ecstatic acclaim). Obabakoak means "the people and things of Obaba (a Basque village)," and the narrator weaves a tale reminiscent of Scheherazade's. The village is peopled with rascals, innocents, intellectuals, shepherds, hunters, idiots, and creatures of superstition, and the interconnection of their private worlds is brilliantly evoked. Parody, riddles, texts within texts abound in a book that is playful yet always tinged with melancholy. Possessed of the timelessness of the fairy tale and informed by the lore of the oral tradition - and offering a good-humored spin through metaliterature and intertextuality - Obabakoak is a multi-faceted and rousing celebration of the art of storytelling+-+3447604455422ocn046822576book20000.95Apalategi Idirin, UrLa naissance de l'écrivain basque : l'évolution de la problématique littéraire de Bernardo AtxagaCriticism, interpretation, etc413ocn051612177book20010.92Olaziregi, Mari JoseLeyendo a Bernardo AtxagaCriticism, interpretation, etc322ocn792928350book20110.96Grand Séminaire de NeuchâtelBernardo Atxaga : Grand Séminaire de Neuchâtel, Coloquio Internacional Bernardo Atxaga, 23-25 de marzo de 2009Criticism, interpretation, etcConference proceedings292ocn054004858book20030.88Kortazar, JonLiteratura vasca desde la transición : Bernardo AtxagaCriticism, interpretation, etc282ocn071146368book20050.79Kortazar, JonBernardo Atxaga : Basque literature from the end of the Franco era to the presentCriticism, interpretation, etc+-+8797532236324251ocn071367142visu20050.33Manga FilmsObabaDramaFilm adaptations"Lourdes, con apenas de 25 años, emprende un viaje hacia los territorios de Obaba. En su equipaje lleva una pequeña cámara de video. Con elle quiere atrapar la realided de Obaba, de su mundo, de sus gentes. Quiere captar el presete, mostrarlo tal como es. Pero Obaba no es el lugar que Lourdes ha imaginado, y pronto descubre que quienes viven allí, como Merche, Ismael, o Tomás, están anclados en un pasado del que no pueden--o no quieren--escapar."--Container212ocn048078847book20000.88Ascunce Arrieta, José AngelBernardo Atxaga : los demonios personales de un escritorCriticism, interpretation, etc172ocn072162029book20030.94Armendáriz, MontxoObaba : guiónDramaFilm adaptations61ocn724304316book20110.50Kluth, Eva MariaLas realidades silenciadas Erinnerung, Nostalgie und Geschichtsdarstellung bei Bernardo AtxagaCriticism, interpretation, etc41ocn834962178book20130.07Atxaga, BernardoAdventures of sholaJuvenile worksFictionShort stories5 yrs+31ocn041235007book19980.66Olaziregi, Mari JoseBernardo Atxagaren irakurleaCriticism, interpretation, etc+-+792231029332431ocn046932522book19990.73Atxaga baionanCriticism, interpretation, etcConference proceedings32ocn048078849book19990.73Otaegi, LourdesBernardo Atxaga, egilearen hitzaCriticism, interpretation, etc21ocn052007969book20020.47Etxeberria, HasierBost idazleInterviews22ocn240947888book19941.00Lete, NereaBasque in translation11ocn781790352book20010.81Kortazar, JonOroimenaren eszenatokiak : pott bandaren poesiaCriticism, interpretation, etc11ocn830041488book19971.00Ejercicios de estilo : los encuentros, 11 y 12 de diciembre de 1996+-+3260240006+-+3260240006Fri Mar 21 15:20:35 EDT 2014batch42746