David Albahari familiar melancholic narrative, in Learning Cyrillic Albahari offers us an entire palette of finesses Za knjige na akciji ne važe dodatni popusti. Kratka Knjiga has 8 ratings and 0 reviews: Published January 1st by Vreme Knjige, pages, Unknown Binding. Filip David (, Kragujevac). Diplomirao je na Filološkom fakultetu ( Jugoslovenska i svetska književnost) i na Akademiji za pozorište, film, radio i TV ( grupa.
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In David Albahair’s newest novel, Leeches, his protagonist battles with the concept of what is trivial and what is significant in his life. Jasmina rated it really liked it Sep 06, And now I think of it, it could be a deliberate stylisation, though not one that I was able to appreciate at the time.
It’s a lengthy excerpt but worth the insight: Albahari is a master of the short story form.
It starts with the main character as witness to a woman being slapped on a riverbank and after following her, he starts seeing a symbol everywhere and becomes obsessed with it, as if it holds some grand message about the universe. I make it sound like much more of a downer than it actually is – the narrator is Not for the faint of heart or brain, this book is one long stream-of-consciousness paragraph requiring significant effort on the part of the reader.
Nov 02, Ivelina rated it it was amazing. This is truly a style-over-substance novel. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read.
Jelena Dilber rated it it was amazing Jul 04, Apr 22, Liviu rated it it was amazing Shelves: No trivia or quizzes yet. He stared at me as if I was sullenly drooling.
En tout cas, je l’ai lu. Ena rated it liked it Nov 12, davdi He graduated from the University of Belgrade. He has been contributing to Geist magazine. William Faulkner eat your heart out! He graduated from the University of Belgrade.
There was a hermetic edge to it, a collision of the eschatological and the absurd, all steeped in found art and prime hashish. Ci sono, secondo me, due approcci opposti alla lettura di questo romanzo: He has been contributing to Geist magazine. Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account.
I have heard some reviews comparing it to Umberto Eco, but while I really enjoy Eco’s work I found Leeches very dense and a bit of a slog to read. Is anything truly meaningless?
Did’t even need to be one page paragraph. It kept me enthralled from start to finish, a finish that offers less answers than some might hope for but, to these eyes, fits with the tone of the story. Giole rated it it was amazing Apr 19, He lost me here.
Leeches by David Albahari
The novel begins with him witnessing a random act of violence: Anti-Semitism reared knjiige ugly head once again, along with anti-Roma, anti-Albanian, anti-Croat sentiment and the game of all so-called patriots in this worldblame somebody else for your own shortcomings.
In the late eighties, Albahari initiated the first formal petition to legalize marijuana in Yugoslavia.
A mio parere questo libro va gustato lentamente come quando si beve un buon vino: There are no discussion topics on this book yet. But his increasingly passionate columns erupt in a scandal culminating in murder.
In he became the chair of the Federation of Jewish Communes of Yugoslavia, and worked on evacuation of the Jewish population from Sarajevo. Try it, you might like it.
Kratka Knjiga by David Albahari
Open Preview See a Problem? The same goes for suspense. My only quibble – the urgency and inevitability evoked by the paragraph- and section-less text makes for an knnige read. However, I certainly did not enjoy the second half of the novel as much.
Marija Dejic rated it really liked it Jun 22, But you get xavid to it. Louis-Jean Levasseur marked it as to-read Aug 27, He stared at me as As stated previously, I’m always fond of books that depict Belgrade. Ma anche, quanti ebrei? The principal stylistic tactic Albahari knjibe is momentum.
In fact, the narrator’s mind in the present when he’s telling the story is of little importance. Perhaps it gets better as it goes on, but I doubt that I will change my stance on this.