Title, Kako vojnik popravlja gramofon: Roman. Author, Saša Stanišić. Publisher, Fraktura, ISBN, , Length, pages. Kako vojnik popravlja gramofon – Ebook written by Saša Stanišić. Read this book using Google Play Books app on your PC, android, iOS. Kako vojnik popravlja gramofon, 5. Kako vojnik popravlja gramofon by Saša Stanišić · Kako vojnik popravlja gramofon. by Saša Stanišić; Jelena Kostić- Tomović.
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Kako vojnik popravlja gramofon
The dough is shiny with good fat. I self-center you more than ever. Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. How the Soldier Repairs the Gramophone deftly tells of the experiences of growing up and being caught up in a war. But overall, this book is an okay popralvja. Mind you, it became popravjla when the kid reached adulthood but still thought and observed like a child, even poprxvlja it’s an act of trying to reclaim the past of his uprooted childhood that has been ravaged by civil war.
And I know myself how annoying it is that people will not credit you with an ability to play with words in a second language. Linked Data More info about Linked Data. View all 17 comments.
But in the Serbs came and a genocide of the Bosniak population resulted. Sometimes I had a hard time figuring out what was going on. The childish innocence doesn’t devolve into self-absorption, and the experimental elements don’t come off as gimmickry, but as a natural evolution of the book’s content and the narrator’s state. View all 5 comments. Well, where did you get that from? This one didn’t hold my interest and therefore took a long time to finish. Add a review and share your thoughts with other readers.
The chapters focused on the life before the war seem taken from a film by the French director Tati, revealing a series of picturesque characters and their daily interactions.
E furono probabilmente i primi di quella guerra che ne ha visti tanti. Nathalie rated it it was ok Oct 30, This is not a story within a story, but rather, two twin stories, as both tell the story of a young How the Soldier Repairs the Gramophone by Sasa Stanisic Trans. A commuovere anche con tono comico.
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Create lists, bibliographies and reviews: Please re-enter recipient e-mail address es. And after that she said no more, and she never reacted to any kind of question again. Let me over-generalize for a second and say there are two kinds of novels: And the odd chapter titles and use of words was very unique. Torna a casa con una lista di cose, luoghi, persone. This one fell very short for me. Needs lots of concentration tho. Don’t have an account?
The real world breaks in his village, in the form of a war as senseless as it is cruel. This is not a story within a story, but rather, two twin stories, as both tell the story of a young boy growing up in a small Bosnian village in post-Tito Communist Yugoslavia. However, formatting rules can vary widely between applications and fields of interest or study.
I liked the first half of the book much better than the second. They seem to spill out of Aleksander in a river of words, unstoppable, unbounded, hilarious. Your request to send this item has been completed.
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Daniel rated it it was ok Aug 07, To deal with the sudden senselessness of his existence, he appoints himself Comrade in Chief of unfinished things: I’ve read mindblowing books about wars. The scenes about the war are very subtle, most probably because Aleksander chose to leave things “unfinished”, so popravjla never really get how gruesome the war can be, as I think he blocks a lot of it out, or describes it in bits and pieces.
Here though, the beauty of the writing continually expands with the story. Ellen Young rated it it was vonik Nov 09, The book’s words flow with a poetic rhythm. Quotes from Kako vojnik popra A delightful and uproarious scene about a man discovering his wife in the act of making him a cuckold and the crazy little associative details given by the narrator involving copies of “Das Kakp and a Hemingway novel and then the possessed trail of revenge taken by the cuckold.
He tries to go back. This is an outstanding novel! On one side we read the letters Aleksandar writes to Asija about his life in Germany.
When the boy you were no longer exists?