Die Rolle Meiner Familie In Der Weltrevolution

Die Rolle Meiner Familie In Der Weltrevolution Bora Cosic who together with Danilo Kis and Mirko Kovac is known as one of the major Yugoslavian writers of his generation has been a favorite of readers and critics in Eastern Europe since he publi

  • Title: Die Rolle Meiner Familie In Der Weltrevolution
  • Author: Bora Ćosić
  • ISBN: 9783518399224
  • Page: 314
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  • Bora Cosic, who together with Danilo Kis and Mirko Kovac is known as one of the major Yugoslavian writers of his generation, has been a favorite of readers and critics in Eastern Europe since he published his first novel in the 1960s My Family s Role in the World Revolution was originally published in Yugoslavia in 1969 it enjoyed a successful run as a play, but the firmBora Cosic, who together with Danilo Kis and Mirko Kovac is known as one of the major Yugoslavian writers of his generation, has been a favorite of readers and critics in Eastern Europe since he published his first novel in the 1960s My Family s Role in the World Revolution was originally published in Yugoslavia in 1969 it enjoyed a successful run as a play, but the firm version was closed immediately and ultimately caused Cosic s publications to be banned in that country for over four years My Family s Role in the World Revolution takes place in Yugoslavia during and after World War II During the German occupation of Belgrade, family members an alarmist mother whose off the wall comments are always right on target, an eternally inebriated father, two young aunts who swoon over American movie stars, and a playboy uncle keep attempting to find any kind of work they can do at home Then, as the postwar Socialist society is being ushered into this Belgrade kitchen, the narrator, a naively wise schoolboy, becomes the slogan spouting ideological leader of the household, while the remaining members try and often fail miserably to take part in the great change With humor reminiscent of Bohumil Hrabal and experimentation reminiscent of James Joyce, Cosic exposes the underside of the Communist revolution, revealing its destructive effects chaos, bewilderment, and fear This volume also includes several of Cosic s short stories, as well as recent essays in which he denounces the most recent war that has left him without a homeland.

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  • Bora Ćosić

    Bora osi was born in Zagreb in 1932 and lived in Belgrade from 1937, where he studied Philosophy In the fifties he worked as an editor for various journals and as a translator from Russian Mayakovsky, Khlebnikov His first novel, Ku a lopova t House of thieves , was published in 1956 and is a surrealist examination of social reality in Yugoslavia Soon his name appeared on the Black List of authors whose works the state s cultural bureaucracy were dissuading domestic publishing houses from publishing The stage adaptation of his satirical novel Uloga moje porodice u svetskoj revoluciji 1970 Eng My Family s Role in the World Revolution , 1997 provoked a publication ban that lasted for years As a protest against the Serbian government s policies osi left Belgrade in 1992 and moved to Rovinj in Istria, Croatia During his exile in Serbian official enemy territory he wrote Dnevnik apatrida 1993 , his journal of a homeless man which is filled with meditations on Proust and the Franco German war In 1995 a German Academic Exchange Service grant brought osi to Berlin, where he continues to live As a Serbian author in exile he pleaded in 1999 on the occasion of NATO s deployment in Kosovo for the release not only of the Albanians but also of the Serbs from Milosevi and from themselves , that is, from their delusion of nationalism The novel Nulta zemlja 2002 t The land zero constitutes a swan song for his homeland this is a point of closure for me osi was awarded the Leipzig Book Prize for European Understanding in 2002.Although his first satirical volume Price o zanatima 1966 t How our pianos were repaired was published in Germany in 1968, German publishers did not renew their interest in the Serbian author until the nineties Since then he has been celebrated by critics in this country as one of the most significant and idiosyncratic of writers He owes this reputation in particular to his novel Uloga moje porodice u svetskoj revoluciji 1970 Eng My Family s Role in the World Revolution , 1997 which has become a classic of subversion This satirical and polemical family chronicle depicting the time of the German occupation to the setting up of Tito s regime unfolds from a child narrator s apparently naive perspective in which everyday historical occurences are blurred into a grotesque panorama In this work, regarded in Serbia as a cult work, osi only implicitly chooses a role model by following the structure of The Tin Drum , whereas in other books the playful exposure to writers, such as Musil, Dostoevsky and Krle a, is programmatic This is revealed by titles that include Musilov notes 1989 t Musil s notebook , Povest o Mi kinu 1991 t Myshkin s story , or the fictitious autobiography Doctor Krle a 1998 The montage of stumbled across materials , as described by the critic Karl Markus Gau , is in osi the aesthetic principle of choice This is also true within his own work, the product of an author who finds himself in a perpetual process where the interconnections are numerous.In recent years osi has also been writing poetry The most recent collection is Irena soba 2002 t Irene s room , a series of prose poems which depict the author at large during his exile in Berlin and where people, dreams and past events emerge in the light of the present tinged with melancholy and fine irony Most recently osi published Die Reise nach Alaska 2007 t The journey to Alaska , about his trip to the former Yugoslavia, in 2005, and the question about how the terrible war could happen osi was awarded the Leipzig Book Prize for European Understanding and the Albatros , from the G nter Grass Foundation.

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  • I picked this up out of the blue from the Strand and fell in love with it. A truly original voice from the former Yugoslavia, with that dark sense of humor that we Slavs love so much. It's worth a read, and he likes exclamation points more than Elaine Benes.


  • "роль моєї сім'ї у світовій революції" – така дуже своєрідна історія югославії в середині хх століття (якраз під час другої світової та невдовзі після неї), розказана гіперактивним наратором із зовсім невеличкою тривалістю концентрації уваги. це кумедне нагромадження под [...]


  • tata je ovu knjigu čitao tri puta, sestra ju je čitala dva puta, za mamu nisam sigurna koliko puta, a ja sam je počinjala nekoliko puta ali ovih dana sam je do kraja pročitala.





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