Farewell, Cowboy

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AUTOR
Savičević Ivančević, Olja
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Farewell, Cowboy.pdf
ISBN
9886846322034

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Dazzling, funny and deadly serious, this perfectly pitched novel about the legacy of the Yugoslav war heralds the arrival of an exciting new European voice. Briljantan, smiješan i smrtno ozbiljan, ovaj savršeno pogođen roman o naslijeđu jugoslavenskog rata najavljuje dolazak novog uzbudljivog europskog glasa. The Guardian ‘Memory is the present of all remembered events,’ reflects the protagonist of this droll slice-of-life story, expressing the personal sense of stagnation she experiences upon returning to her childhood home in a remote Croatian village. Dada is newly returned from Zagreb to ‘the Old Settlement,’ hoping to put a pointless love affair behind her and to care for her aging mother, and she finds the routines of the locals and her grown-up childhood friends little changed from how she remembers them… As depicted by Savičević, Dada is a resilient woman whose appreciation of the absurdities of her life allow her to carefully navigate them. Her experiences make for an intimate character study. „Sjećanje je sadašnjost svih zapamćenih događaja”, promišlja protagonistica ove čarobne priče o životu, izražavajući osobni osjećaj stagnacije nakon povratka u rodnu kuću u udaljenom hrvatskom naselju. Dada se nedavno vratila iz Zagreba u Staro Naselje, nadajući se da će iza sebe ostaviti besmislenu ljubavnu vezu i brinuti se o svojoj ostarjeloj majci, ali shvaća kako se rutina lokalaca i njezinih sada odraslih prijatelja iz djetinjstva malo promijenila od stanja kakvo pamti… Kao što je opisala Olja Savičević, Dada je snažna žena kojoj prihvaćanje apsurdnosti vlastita života dopušta da pažljivo upravlja njima. Njezina iskustva čine intimnu studiju karaktera. Publisher’s Weekly In Dada, the Croatian writer Olja Savičević has created a compelling witness who is also a survivor, not particularly heroic, but likeable and sympathetic. U Dadi je hrvatska književnica Olja Savičević utjelovila uvjerljivog svjedoka koji je ujedno onaj koji preživljava, koji nije osobiti heroj, ali je dopadljiv i s njim suosjećate. The Irish Times In Dada’s wild amalgam of quest story, social satire, and comic shtick (plus a surreal film-shoot scene featuring cowboys), you won’t catch Savičević offering tidy diagnoses. You won’t care, thanks to prose that glints like the sea in the distance. U Dadinu divljem amalgamu priče o potrazi, društvene satire i stripa (uz nadrealno snimanje filmske scene s kaubojima), nećete uhvatiti Savičević kako nudi jednostavne dijagnoze. A neće vam biti ni stalo, zahvaljujući prozi koja blista poput mora u daljini. The Atlantic A wild ride through the dusty streets of a coastal city in Dalmatia. Divlja vožnja kroz prašnjave ulice obalnoga grada u Dalmaciji. Wortlandschaften

Briljantan, smiješan i smrtno ozbiljan, ovaj savršeno pogođen roman o naslijeđu jugoslavenskog rat Discover and share Cowboy Farewell Quotes. Explore our collection of motivational and famous quotes by authors you know and love. Another thing that made it really special was that many cowboys in the area, including Cowboy Josh, Cowboy Tim, and Cowboy Pete, Cowboy Chris, Big John, Earl, Brad, Justin, Justin (another Justin!), Derek, Dave, and Tyler, paid homage to Tom by leading the funeral procession on horseback. proizvoda u Vašoj korpi.

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