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Description of a struggle : the Vintage book of contemporary Eastern European writing

著者: Michael March
出版商: New York : Vintage Books, 1994.
版本/格式:   图书 : 英语 : 1st Vintage books ed查看所有的版本和格式
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A collection of contemporary East European writing. In Ants, a Russian learns to love the bugs which infest his body, in Retina, the son of a Polish concentration camp survivor becomes a terrorist, in Big Business, people pose as Rumanian beggars in the Paris Metro in order to earn a living.
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类型/形式: Translations
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附加的形体格式: Online version:
Description of a struggle.
New York : Vintage Books, 1994
(OCoLC)646967607
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所有的著者/提供者: Michael March
ISBN: 0679745149 9780679745143
OCLC号码: 30700323
注意: Also published under title: Description of a struggle: the Picador book of contemporary East European prose.
描述: xxiv, 403 pages ; 21 cm
内容: Introduction: Writing from the empire behind the wall / Ivan Klima --
Serbia, Croatia, Slovenia : Russians by trade / Bora Cosic --
Repetition / Drago Jancar --
The Balkan express / Slavenka Drakulic --
The Pope / David Albahari --
Poland : Annihilation / Piotr Szewc --
Retina / Hanna Krall --
The register of adulteresses / Jerzy Pilch --
Mina / Pawel Huelle --
Hungary : Vivisection / Peter Nadas --
The sunken apple tree / Laszlo Marton --
Down the Danube / Peter Esterhazy --
The contents of suitcases / Lajos Grendel --
(to be continued). (Continued) Czech Republic : The pink scarf / Bohumil Hrabal --
The unborn / Eda Kriseova --
He wakes up / Alexandra Berkova --
Brownian motion / Ondrej Neff --
Slovakia : Escalation of feeling --
Pavel Vilikovsky --
Memorial to Don Giovanni / Jan Johanides --
On the threshold/ Dusan Mitana --
The white dog / Rudolf Sloboda --
Bulgaria : Desires: the erotica of Communism / Ivailo Dichev --
Big business / Victor Paskov --
My past, my future / Ivan Kulekov --
A Bulgarian tourist chats to an English pigeon in Trafalgar Square / Stanislav Stratiev --(to be continued). (Continued) Romania : The dream / Mircea Cartarescu --
The open window / Ana Blandiana --
The war / George Cusnarencu --
The art of war / Stefan Agopian --
Albania : The concert / Ismail Kadare --
The secret of my youth / Mimoza Ahmeti --
The pain of a distant winter / Teodor Laco --
Lithuania : Two stories about suicides / Jurga Ivanauskaite --
I'm going out, to buy a lightbulb / Valdas Papievis --
Latvia : The history of yellow / Andrei Levkin --
Mousy death / Andra Neiburga --
Estonia : The beauty of history / Viivi Luik --
We gaze up into the tops of the spruce trees / Rein Tootmaa --(to be continued). (Continued) Belarus : Variations on the seasons / Yurii Petkevich --
Ukraine : Hog's fat, pancake, and the sausage / Igor Klekh --
Russia : The time of peonies: a novel / Svetlana Vasilieva --
Stereoscopic Slavs / Zufar Gareev --
Ants / Viktor Lapitskii --
Philemon and Baucis / Olga Novikova.
责任: edited by Michael March.

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A collection of contemporary East European writing. In Ants, a Russian learns to love the bugs which infest his body, in Retina, the son of a Polish concentration camp survivor becomes a terrorist, in Big Business, people pose as Rumanian beggars in the Paris Metro in order to earn a living.

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