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It is a bleak story. Maybe you should also just read the book before reading this review? 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.
Ivana rated it it was amazing Dec 12, Una novela muy buena, alekwandar un tratamiento de los tiempos bastante arriesgado, pero bien logrado. They went to school together, too Four individuals from a small town in Yugoslavia find themselves among drastically different fates during World War II.
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.
Collection delivery service resumes on Wednesday 2 January There are moments of stunning power – like the point mid-way through the novel when Tisma describes the tismw fate of all the major characters.
Tisma gives us a broader picture of the human cost of war.
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Merece la pena leerla. 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. Order a copy Copyright or permission restrictions may apply. Set in Yugoslavia prior to and during World War II, this tale of devastation traces the lives of four friends born in the same small town. Main Reading Room – Held offsite. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up.
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Can I view this online? It really felt like I was in the town – and, like many of the characters, I wanted to get out.
I loved the way Tisma tells the story of three friends, their families, and the way war changed them forever. Many don’t survive, but those who do return find their homes occupied by other families. We will contact you if necessary.
I’m guessing pretty much everyone is already clued in that life is tough and people are the worst spoiler, Aleksandar Tisma agrees! New search User lists Site feedback Ask a librarian Help. Deaths are told and retold, events told and retold. Nobody gets it, it really makes no sense at all. With the ultimate fates of the characters revealed mid-way through the book, Tisma places his actual climax, a climax of the ideas he’s been playing with throughout the book, at the end, in a scene where two characters are faced with a decision of what to with this artifact.
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. Nick Van Ness rated it it was amazing Jan 15, As with most of the NYRB books, I’d recommend reading the intro after reading the book to avoid spoilers but, also, to engage directly with Aleksandar Tisma – a real dead person!
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Browse titles authors subjects tismma titles series callnumbers dewey numbers starting from optional. To learn more about Copies Direct watch this short online video. The destruction of individuals and family is well told as the two men move 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.
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You must be logged in to Tag Records. Though I went back and worth wildly on The Use of Man, there was never an issue hisma the writing – it’s great, remarkably evocative conjuring and if I’m not always buying the characters, I’m buying the place and the situations, and then I’m buying the characters – and that’s what saves it from becoming a J.
Thanks for telling us about the problem. How often do you get to upotrebw that in life, commune with the dead?