- Häftad (Paperback / softback)
- Antal sidor
- Pushkin Press
- Anthea Bell
- 198 x 129 x 24 mm
- 333 g
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How the Soldier Repairs the Gramophone
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Wonderfully inventive and impressive Guardian Sasa Stanisic's inventive flourishes... inject the novel with a breezy bravado Independent Enchanting Big Issue There are shades of Joyce here, and Pynchon too, but the whole retains a breathlessly unique, charmingly youthful and deliciously foreign voice... astonishing... simply world-class Irish Examiner Sad and magical Scotsman Impressive Metro A bold, questing work of art Los Angeles Times Funny, heartbreaking, beautifully written Seattle Times Wildly inventive... it rages rough and broad and joyful San Francisco Chronicle Sensational... a book that will dominate the discourse on how children experience war for a long time to come Foreign Policy Poignant and hauntingly beautiful Village Voice Dazzling... a novel rich with experience and imagination Kirkus Effervescent The Millions Authentic, adventurous TLS Deeply poignant... enchanting FT Wired... with a crackling tragi-comic current of rage and sorrow, nostalgia and grief -- Boyd Tonkin Independent
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The award-winning novelist Sasa Stanisic was born in Visegrad, in Bosnia-Herzegovina, in 1978 and has lived in Germany since 1992. His debut novel How the Soldier Repairs the Gramophone was acclaimed by readers and critics alike, and has been translated into 30 languages so far. Before the Feast, his second novel, won the 2014 Leipzig Book Fair Prize, was longlisted for the German Book Prize, and won the Alfred-Doeblin and Hohenemser literary prizes.