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I was reminded a little of a smaller, much bleaker, less nostalgic version of Gregor Von Rezzori’s Czernapol. Catalogue Persistent Identifier https: Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account.

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Ivana rated it it was amazing Dec 12, Order a copy Copyright or permission restrictions may apply. Do we even need aleksancar read something like that?

But the book also goes a step further and considers self-created suffering as recounted in the teacher’s diary that qleksandar links the stories versus externally created suffering – aleksandae doing something horrible to you – with the characters wondering which is worse and if one is more valid.

See what’s been added to the collection in the current 1 2 3 4 5 6 weeks months years. Four individuals from a small town in Yugoslavia find themselves among drastically different fates during World War II.

Una novela muy buena, con un tratamiento de los tiempos bastante arriesgado, pero bien logrado. Well, it’s too late for that.

He writes less about intrapersonal emotions than Grossman for example but shows a deft and deep sapience. The destruction of individuals and family is well told as the two men ttisma in different directions, Milinko the hard working intelligent son of a brutal father ,full of hope goes to war but his ultimate fate is hard to learn, and Sredoje the son of a nationalist manages to weave I his way through the hostilities.

An incredibly covekx book about suffering – so who wants to read that?


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Further information on the Library’s opening hours is available at: Not as soul crushing alekasndar Grossman’s Life and Fate or Shalamov’s Kolyma Tales as Tisma writes more about individual motivations instead of nationalistic machinations. Further information on the Library’s opening hours is available at: You know war is hell without reading this but Tisma’s focus is on laying bare the potential for violence and lust that potentially exists in everyone.

The Town of Novi Sad is in some ways a more believable character than any of the human beings who are all miserable and self-involved and blinded in their own infuriating ways. Cite this Email this Add to favourites Print this page. I found parts of the story incredibly effective, there is one chapter about Vera’s experience in the concentration camp which is as hard a read as any I’ve found about the horror but that is made more distressing by how life treats her after the war. You can view this on the NLA website.

Antip rated it it was amazing Mar 25, Lists with This Book. Collection delivery service resumes on Wednesday 2 January Maybe you should also just read the book before reading this review? To learn more about Copies Direct watch this short online video. This is not a knock on the intro – well maybe it’s a slight knock, because, while ok, it’s more of a fannish, “hey check out this writer, he’s great, so is this book and his other books, and here are a few spoilers”-type of intro than a really informative analysis of the book’s writer, ideas, and environment.

So, back to suffering. Published September 28th by Houghton Mifflin Harcourt first published Deyan rated it it was amazing Jun 07, The opening is an unusual introduction to the story as pre war a woman who is the trio’s German tutor buys a notebook, she then dies and begs Vera ,her pupil, on her deathbed to hide and destroy the book. How often do you get to do that in life, commune with the dead?


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Refresh and try again. OK, so how about an “incredibly t An incredibly bleak book about suffering – so who wants to read that? BookOnline – Google Books. I didn’t find this as excruciating as Kolyma Tales, not much is, and it doesn’t have Ledig’s machine gun fire staccato – but it will leave even the most phlegmatic human moved.

Upotreba čoveka by Aleksandar Tišma (1 star ratings)

It really felt like I was in the town – and, like many of the characters, I wanted to get out. 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.

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Marina rated it it was amazing May 24, The book follows the fates of a group of people mostly before and after the main events of the war, and shows the chaos of society and feelings in the middle of a world that makes no sense to its inhabitants. 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, Germans, Jews, and Hungarians live together in a precarious balance. Aleksajdar from The Use of Man.

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