By Drago Jancar & Dalkey Dalkey
Yr 5 of the simplest eu Fiction sequence brings one other crop of state-of-the-art brief tales from around the continent. From Belarus to Wales! Translated from greater than 25 languages and highlighting the long run luminaries and revolutionaries of foreign literature. enthusiasts of the sequence will locate every thing they have grown to like, whereas new readers will become aware of what they have been missing!
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The shot had only lasted a few seconds, just long enough to establish the setting. The POV was already tightening—in medium shot—on Detective Atkinson, deep in discreet conversation with a stoolie. Truth be told, their exchange barely held my interest, and I watched the rest of the episode distractedly, my mind on the man in the yellow parka. What could his furtive presence signify? Nothing seemed to justify it. He had no part in the action, and the main characters didn’t even seem to notice him.
Someone might notice his presence? But ten years later, when The Cleveland Ultimatum was shot, he was still a prisoner of that strange parallel world, only visible to cameras. Perhaps at this very moment he is wandering from street to street, door to door, in hopes of someday finding a way out of the screen. TRANSLATED FROM FRENCH BY EDWARD GAUVIN [BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA] ELVIS HADZIC The Curious Case of Benjamin Zec Once upon a time, not long ago, in the mountainous Balkans, a land of peasants, lived a boy.
Perhaps at this very moment he is wandering from street to street, door to door, in hopes of someday finding a way out of the screen. TRANSLATED FROM FRENCH BY EDWARD GAUVIN [BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA] ELVIS HADZIC The Curious Case of Benjamin Zec Once upon a time, not long ago, in the mountainous Balkans, a land of peasants, lived a boy. His name was Benjamin Zec and, some would say, he was just an ordinary boy. Benjamin swung through the branches of chestnut trees like Tarzan. There was no tree around his little town that he hadn’t climbed.
Best European fiction 2014 by Drago Jancar & Dalkey Dalkey