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- DescriptionA gritty, breakneck debut vel by a popular Croatian writer of the country s lost generation. Dada s life is at a standstill in Zagrebshe s sleeping with a married man, working a dead-end job, and even the parties have started to feel exhausting. So when her sister calls her back home to help with their aging mother, she doesn t hesitate to leave the city behind. But she arrives to find her mother hoarding pills, her sister chain-smoking, her long-dead father s shoes still lined up on the steps, and the cowboy posters of her younger brother Daniel (who threw himself under a train four years ago) still on the walls. Hoping to free her family from the grip of the past, Dada vows to unravel the mystery of Daniel s final days. This American debut by a poet from Croatia s lost generation explores a beautiful Mediterranean town s darkest alleys: the bars where secrets can be bought, the rooms where bodies can be sold, the plains and streets and houses where blood is shed. By the end of the long summer, the lies, lust, feuds, and frustration will come to a violent and hallucinatory head.
- Author BiographyOlja Savicevic is a poet, writer, and journalist from Split, Croatia. Her first collection of poetry was published when she was only fourteen, and since then she has published six collections of poems, a short story collection, and a novel. She is the recipient of numerous awards, and her writing has been translated into over seventeen languages. Celia Hawkesworth taught Serbian and Croatian at the School of Slavonic and East European Studies, University College, London, 19712002. She has published numerous articles and several books on Serbian, Croatian, and Bosnian literature. Her translation of Dubravka Ugresicc The Museum of Unconditional Surrender was short-listed for the Weidenfeld Prize for Literary Translation, and The Culture of Lies won the Heldt Prize for Translation in 1999. She lives in London.
- Author(s)Olja Savicevic,Olja Savieceviac Ivaneceviac
- Date of Publication01/03/2016
- FormatPaperback / softback
- SubjectGeneral & Literary Fiction
- Country of PublicationUnited States
- Weight299 g
- Width142 mm
- Height201 mm
- Spine15 mm
- Translated byCelia Hawkesworth
- Format DetailsTrade paperback (US),Unsewn / adhesive bound
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