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Eleonor Baggley, Centenary News. Nov 19, Misha Bacev rated it it was ok. Want to Read saving…. Thanks for telling us about the problem. It wanders back and forth through time, reality and something else, setting the state for the events of the war and marking the War years with the death of various character -“This end the year for one trader.

A changing box in a tailor’s shop that travel people to the future and back, cart-postals that write and post themselves even weeks after the soldier is dead, a small cloud of poisonous gas that traveled across the border and killed its inventor’s wife and dozens of other stories that surpass “realism” and make is a book that moves beyond the lines of a boring account or memoir.

Veliki Rat

Veliki Rat by Aleksandar Gatalica. These miraculous cards, created to fill the niche of writing materials used by soldiers writing to their families, continue to write and mail themselves after the soldiers have died thus delaying the inevitable news.

This novel of World War I reminds me of earlier works regarding World War II, Curzio Malaparte’s Kaputt and Joseph Heller’s Catch 22, the former in scenes so vividly evoked as to appear rooted in observed fact and the latter in its patently absurd elements that underscore the folly of war as humanity’s greatest failing. Roman ce vremenom sigurno postati klasik. Zato ocena jedva 1. Jan 16, Nada rated it really liked it.

Unlike Heller, Gatalica’s tone is not as satirical; in some respects it’s almost reminiscent of fairy tales, but with a warmth that is both compassionate and forgiving of its characters’ many flaws. Jan 16, Nikola Jankovic rated it really liked it Shelves: Jul 17, Arsenovic Nikola rated it liked it.

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Nije po mom ukusu ali sam je ipak procitao. The Great War Category: This novel has a vast amount of characters recurring in Review of The Great War by Aleksandar Gatalica, translated by Will Firth This is a sprawling novel dealing with the various fronts of World Ratt I, starting with the doctor examinng Archduke Franz Ferdinand and his wife in the morgue. There are no discussion topics on this book yet. Translated from the Serbian by Will Firth, The Great Ra is an award-winning novel which plugs a considerable gap in the modern understanding of World War One by providing the Balkan perspective.

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Ivana Milosevic rated it liked it May apeksandar, There is plenty of comedy as well as tragedy, and touches of surrealism, plus little known anecdotes and events some of them real, some of them made-up. We have the Salon Gatalica if he aleksanrar so choose could have made this a 1, page epic but I think it showed great restraint to just settle on a page novel.

Where it differs from Kaputt is in its expansive range of character perspectives, from the aging and out of touch members of European royal families gatalicw artists and musicians, officers and enlisted men, shopkeepers and charlatans. A whirlpool of a book that draws in the reader, moving ambitiously across place, class and profession yet tying all into the dreadful pull of the first global conflict.

May 07, Milan Trpkovic rated it it was ok Shelves: Ivana rated it liked aleksandaar Feb 05, I wanted to give this four or five stars, and the first half of the book deserves that many.

Gatalics 08, Isidora rated it it was amazing Shelves: Favorite bits, the self written postcards arriving after a death, and the man who had two of everything.

The novel depicts the superstitions, miracles, mud, back-biting poets and painters, soldiers and non-combatants trying to survive the war. A war that began in the Balkans now has a fitting literary epitaph from a giant among Balkan writers. An interesting book about world war I.

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A bit lice-ridden, but that doesn’t matter,” so begins a postcard, produced by Pierre Albert-Birot of the French avante-garde. Skladna kompozicija u velikoj meri doprinosi da se postigne ovaj mnogostruki efekat. It is commendable in its breadth, its vision and its relevance to modern history.

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The sentence, the cards, and the miracles provide a clear measure of the Serbian novelist, Aleksander Gatalica’s novel of the First World War, T “I’m well.

Aleksandar Gatalica (Author of Veliki Rat)

Aug 25, Tamara rated it it was amazing. Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. Svojoj zamisli je u potpunosti odgovorio.

Jan 30, Danka rated it it was amazing. I have felt for a while I’ve need a good non-fiction book about World War I but why when Gatalica and Firth could do so in fiction what many would struggle to do in non-fiction. Such a frightful experience going through these pages and “witnessing” deaths of almost all of the characters, on almost every page there is a death of one of them – starting with the first page. Prisutni su tu umetnici: Buy Direct from our Books page using PayPal secure service.

No trivia or quizzes yet. Jul 09, Miljana rated it it was amazing. Aleksandqr up with the latest on our BLOG. Buy an eBook version. Following the destinies of over seventy characters, on all warring sides, Gatalica depicts the experiences of winners and losers, generals and opera singers, soldiers and spies; managing to grasp the atmosphere of the entire epoch, not velili of these crucial four and a half bloody years, but also in the innocent decades that preceded the war, and the poisoned ones that followed.

Such a grand book. Where it differs from Kaputt is in its expansive range of character perspectives, from the aging and out of touch members of European royal families to artists and musicians, off This novel of World War I reminds me of earlier works regarding World War II, Curzio Malaparte’s Kaputt and Joseph Heller’s Catch 22, the former in scenes so vividly evoked as to appear rooted in observed fact and the latter in its patently absurd elements that underscore the folly of war as humanity’s greatest failing.