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General Of The Dead Army

De (autor) Traducere de Derek Coltman
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en Limba Engleză Carte Paperback – 04 Dec 2008
This sweeping epic of post-war Albania was Kadare’s first novel.

Twenty years after the end of the Second World War, an Italian general is dispatched to Albania to recover his country’s dead. Once there he meets a German general who is engaged upon an identical mission and their conversations bring out into the open the extent of their horror and guilt, newly exacerbated by their present task. As they descend from the callous trivialities of their gruesome business, past and present, to suffering self-disgust, the author gives us glimpses of the lives of the people whose graves they are unearthing.
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Specificații

ISBN-13: 9780099518266
ISBN-10: 0099518260
Pagini: 272
Dimensiuni: 130 x 198 x 17 mm
Greutate: 0.20 kg
Editura: Vintage Publishing
Locul publicării: United Kingdom

Recenzii

"He has been compared to Gogol, Kafka and Orwell. But Kadare's is an original voice, universal yet deeply rooted in his own soil" Independent on Sunday "A novelist of dazzling mastery" -- Paul Binding Independent "Astonishing...his finest work" -- Azar Nafisi, Man Booker judge and author of 'Reading Lolita in Tehran' Guardian "With its metonymic realism and fidelity to its characters, The General of the Dead Army reminds us why his work is so valued" New Statesman "Literary gold dust - haunting, bleakly comedic and ultimately horrific" The Times

"A novelist of dazzling mastery" -- Paul Binding Independent "Astonishing...his finest work" -- Azar Nafisi, Man Booker Judge And Author Of 'reading Lolita In Tehran' Guardian "With its metonymic realism and fidelity to its characters, The General of the Dead Army reminds us why his work is so valued" New Statesman "Literary gold dust - haunting, bleakly comedic and ultimately horrific" The Times