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Not as soul crushing as Grossman’s Life and Fate or Shalamov’s Kolyma Tales as Tisma writes gisma about individual motivations instead of nationalistic machinations. Oni su do kraja pomireni sa vlastitim udesom. A mene obmane ne pridobijaju”.
Una novela muy buena, con un tratamiento de los tiempos bastante arriesgado, pero bien logrado. I won’t spoil it, but I’d love to hear people thought. New search User lists Site feedback Ask a librarian Help.
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Collection delivery service resumes on Wednesday 2 January No trivia or quizzes yet. The teacher’s diary is not only a record of the suffering and hopes of a pretty average life, it’s also a kind of alien artifact from the vanished time before the war.
How do I find a book? Maybe its just human nature, we don’t really get peace. Cite this Email this Add to favourites Print this page. Merece la pena leerla. Order a copy Copyright or permission restrictions may apply. Many don’t survive, but those who do return find their homes occupie The novel follows a group of people living in Tisma’s home town, Novi Sad, Serbia, in the years just before, during and after World War II. How often do you get to do that in life, commune with the dead?
Request this item to view in the Library’s reading rooms using your library card. Advanced search Search history. Can I borrow this item? Marina rated it it was amazing May 24, Tisma writes or is translated very well – not on the level of the threnodic crescendos of Platonov but well enough to keep your attention.
coveja I’m guessing pretty much everyone is already clued in that life is tough and people are the worst spoiler, Aleksandar Tisma agrees! To ask other readers questions about The Use of Manplease sign up. Even if you think you’ve read everything that needs to read about WWII – I think the writing and ocveka of some of the often overlooked populations that suffered in the not-so-distant past is worth the time.
Maybe you should also just read the book before reading this review? Open Preview See a Problem? Catalogue Persistent Identifier https: From 25 December to 1 Januarythe Library’s Reading Rooms will be closed and no collection requests will be filled.
So, back to suffering. Thanks for telling us about the problem. Well, it’s too late for that. OK, so how about an “incredibly thought provoking bleak book about suffering that might make you examine and understand your aleksanear suffering and the suffering around you in a slightly different way?
In the setting, Tisma re-creates an actual vanished place even if it still exists at the end, it’s not the same place it was in the beginning where Serbs, Civeka, Jews, and Hungarians live together in a precarious balance.
But when war comes, half-Jewish Vera is sent to a concentration camp while her German cousin becomes a Nazi; Serbian boyfriend Milinko joins the Partisans; and another classmate, also a Serb, becomes fascinated by the magic of killing.
And yet, we live constantly at war. You must be logged in to Tag Records. I loved the way Tisma tells the story of three friends, their families, and the way war changed them forever. Distrust, fear, grief, shame, trauma interfere with normal, human relationships.
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To learn more about how to request items watch this short online video. Published September 28th by Houghton Mifflin Harcourt first published The author sets up these sometimes annoyingly self-involved characters basically to show how our self-centeredness and lack of empathy creates suffering for others and ourselves. But the war shatters the community, as young Serbians join the war on opposing sides, families flee the approaching German army, Jews are deported to concentration camps.
To learn more about how to request items watch this short online video. There are moments of stunning power – like the point mid-way through the novel when Tisma describes the ultimate fate of all the major characters.
They went to school together, aleksanfar dancing lessons, stole kisses, were taught German by an old maid who kept a diary. Hardcoverpages.
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