by award-winning Montenegrin novelist – Andrej Nikolaidis. ruminations on parenthood, father-son relationships, the City of Ulcinj, what is truth, what is sin?. Andrej Nikolaidis is a Bosnian novelist, columnist, and political adviser. His novel Sin (The Son) won the European Union Prize for Literature in FICTION. Andrej Nikolaidis. © ampimargini. Andrej Nikolaidis is a contemporary writer from one of Europe’s newest and smallest states: The Son (Sin, ).
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The first chapter of this book was featured in this years best european fiction Andrej Nikolaidis is a rising star of central european fiction born to a half greek family he spent his youth in between his current homeland and Bosnia and you can see the effect on his book ,he won the Montenegrin section of the european literature prize last year and has so far publish three novels.
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He is also married to a famous poet from the region. As soon as I opened my agency ,though it seems all of Ulcnj decided to start killing ,robbing ,abducting and raping. And there was plenty of adultery too it seems to be close to a dozen marriages torn apart. SO the coming is An.
Add in a third strand of strange things happening in the local environment and jikolaidis have just scratched the surface of this book. He says music helps his writing process and he falls asleep to music every night. Anbolyn Potter anbolynp Apr 27, This sounds very compelling and is set in a region which I really know nothing about.
I think you are right about translated fiction giving us the chance to go beyond our own realities to see what other cultures are like — I need to read more just for that reason.
I like the idea of the soundtrack at the back of the book! Gavin Apr 27, Petty Witter Apr 27, Interesting that this is one of those books which includes its own soundtrack, this seems to becoming niikolaidis popular. Not too sure if I like the idea or not, my first thoughts on reading a book which featured this being that it was a bit gimmicky.
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Yes I always love the fiction of central europe always suprises. I will check the Book Depository for this one. Leave a Reply Cancel reply Enter your comment here Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Email required Address never made public. Email Subscription Nikolaidid your email address to subscribe to this blog and andrejj notifications of new posts by email.
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