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Moscow but dreaming

Author: E Sedia
Publisher: [Gaithersburg, Md.] : Prime Books ; London : Diamond [distributor], ©2012.
Edition/Format:   Book : Fiction : EnglishView all editions and formats
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The first short story collection by this Russian-born author explores the edge between the mundane and fantastical in tales inspired by her homeland as well as worldwide folkloric traditions.
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Genre/Form: Fantasy fiction
Short stories
Material Type: Fiction
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: E Sedia
ISBN: 9781607013624 1607013622
OCLC Number: 809124074
Description: 280 p. ; 22 cm.
Contents: Introduction / by Jeffrey Ford --
A short encyclopedia of lunar seas --
Citizen Komarova finds love --
Tin cans --
One, two, three --
You dream --
Zombie Lenin --
Ebb and flow --
There is a monster under Helen's bed --
Yakov and the crows --
Hector meets the king --
Chapaev and the coconut girl --
The Bank of Burkina Faso --
Kikimora --
Munashe and the spirits --
By the liter --
A play for a boy and sock puppets --
The taste of wheat --
Cherrystone and shards of ice --
Seas of the world --
End of white --
A handsome fellow.
Responsibility: Ekaterina Sedia.

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Explores the edge between the mundane and fantastical in tales inspired by the author homeland as well as worldwide folkloric traditions. This book showcases singular and lyrical writing that can  Read more...

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It's hard to tell whether the darkness comes from reality or the old tales

by ebooksgirl (WorldCat user published 2012-12-16) Excellent Permalink

It takes a certain mind to see the stories behind the items and people one passes every day. The seas of the moon. The pattern of the holes in an electric iron. A sock puppet in a counselor's bag. Each of these items and more, when brushed by...
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