Amarcord :: Zoran Živković

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Amarcord

by Zoran Živković

Translated from Serbian by Alice Copple-Tošić
Part of The Zoran Živković Collection


Ten linked stories with resonant titles explore almost every conceivable aspect of human memory: the positive and the negative, the precious and the profane, the heavenly and the unbearably hellish. Zivkovic’s deceptively simple tales anatomize the essence of what makes human beings tick, our passions, our vanities and yearnings; the very memories which make us who we are.

This volume also contains the novella “The Square,” an uplifting meditation on the restorative power of Art.

Also included in Impossible Stories II.


Reviews

  • This sequence of ten brief stories each deals with an aspect of memory. Naming each story after a novel was a rather neat trick, as it creates a kind of memory short-circuit in the mind of the reader, where part of the brain is trying to overlay the story with the plot of the original novel. The two have little in common, though, and the result is to unsettle the memory while you read stories of unsettled memories. .
    —The Fiction Desk

Details

  • Pages: Pending
  • Trim size
    Softcover: Trim size 5″ x 8″ (127mm x 203mm)
  • ISBN
    Softcover: 978-4-908793-21-9
  • List Price: Pending
  • Cover: Youchan Ito (Togoru Co.,Ltd.)

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