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The bride from Odessa

Author: Edgardo Cozarinsky; Nick Caistor
Publisher: New York : Farrar, Straus and Giroux, 2004.
Edition/Format:   Print book : Fiction : English : 1st American edView all editions and formats
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"Set in Buenos Aires, Lisbon, Vienna, Budapest and Odessa, both before and after the Second World War, Edgardo Cozarinsky's stories belong to the spirit of Borges and to a great Argentine cosmopolitan tradition: that of the uprooted exile, the plaything of history, who, set down in a strange but proud land, looks back nostalgically to the Europe of his ancestral memory. Cozarinsky's characters are writers, lovers,
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Genre/Form: Fiction
Short stories
Material Type: Fiction
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Edgardo Cozarinsky; Nick Caistor
ISBN: 0374116733 9780374116736
OCLC Number: 54677445
Description: 161 pages ; 22 cm
Contents: The bride from Odessa --
Literature --
Real estate --
Days of 1937 --
View of dawn over a lake --
Budapest --
Christmas '54 --
Obscure loves --
Émigré hotel.
Other Titles: Novia de Odessa.
Responsibility: Edgardo Cozarinsky ; translated from the Spanish by Nick Caistor.
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"Set in Buenos Aires, Lisbon, Vienna, Budapest and Odessa, both before and after the Second World War, Edgardo Cozarinsky's stories belong to the spirit of Borges and to a great Argentine cosmopolitan tradition: that of the uprooted exile, the plaything of history, who, set down in a strange but proud land, looks back nostalgically to the Europe of his ancestral memory. Cozarinsky's characters are writers, lovers, scholars, artists and dreamers.

An ambitious young Jew, about to marry and embark for a new life in Argentina is accosted by an unknown woman who departs with him to Buenos Aires; a pianist in a Buenos Aires nightclub finds himself drawn back to Germany in 1937; an Argentine-American Jew travels to Lisbon to unravel the threads of his grandparents' wartime affair."--Jacket.

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