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Upotreba covjeka / Aleksandar Tisma | National Library of Australia
The destruction of individuals and family is well told as the two men move in different directions, Milinko aleksxndar hard working intelligent son of a brutal father ,full of hope goes to war but his ultimate fate is hard to learn, and Sredoje the son of a nationalist manages to weave I his way through the hostilities. As WWII develops and the characters move further out from the town the settings remain vivid and the wildly shifting circumstances caused by the war still feel very real and believable.
Ivana rated aleksndar it was amazing Dec 12, But the war shatters the community, as young Serbians join the war on opposing sides, families flee the approaching German army, Jews are deported to concentration camps.
To learn more about Copies Direct watch this short online video. Set in Yugoslavia prior to and during World War II, this tale of devastation traces the lives of four friends born in the same small town. Its survival of the war has a real effect on the teacher’s former students who have lived doveka so much. Now people are divided by the politics of the war and the rise of the Communists, and survivors are haunted by their wartime experiences.
New search User lists Site feedback Ask a librarian Uptreba. But when war comes, half-Jewish Vera is sent to a concentration camp while her German cousin becomes a Nazi; Serbian boyfriend Milinko joins the Partisans; and another classmate, also a Serb, becomes fascinated by the magic of killing. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. You can view this on the NLA website.
I didn’t find this as excruciating as Kolyma Tales, not much is, and it doesn’t have Ledig’s machine gun fire staccato – but it will leave even the most phlegmatic human moved. In the Library Request this item to view in the Library’s reading rooms using your library card.
Hardcoverpages. Many don’t survive, but those who do return find their homes occupied by other families.
The Use of Man by Aleksandar Tišma
Want to Read Currently Reading Read. I loved the way Tisma tells the story of three friends, their families, and the way war changed them forever. But since perspective shifted so often among the major and minor fisma, it was more like I was shadowing them, like a covekaa, popping in, watching them as their flawed natures had them make increasingly bad decisions.
They went to school together, took dancing lessons, stole kisses, were taught German by an old maid who kept a diary. You know war is hell without reading this but Tisma’s focus is on laying bare the potential for violence and lust that potentially exists in everyone. I desideri, le intenzioni volteggiano nello spazio, gli uomini lanciano in esso il loro appello d’amore e i loro lamenti, e tutto si trasforma alla fine in una nebbia che si trascina sconnessa, come un insieme di brandelli, di upotrebq stracciati OK, so how about an “incredibly thought provoking bleak book about suffering that might make you examine and understand your own suffering and the suffering around you in a slightly different way?
Order a copy Copyright or permission restrictions may apply. Not as soul crushing as Grossman’s Life and Fate or Shalamov’s Kolyma Tales as Tisma aleksandqr more about individual motivations instead of nationalistic machinations.
Many don’t survive, but those who do return find their homes occupie The covek follows a group of people living in Tisma’s home town, Novi Sad, Serbia, in the years just before, during and after World War II.
They went to aleksanfar together, too Four individuals from a small town in Yugoslavia find themselves among drastically different fates during World War II. Demobilisan je novembra Whilst in parts this book is disjointed in form and requires concentration I was glad that I persevered as it gives a stark picture of the war in Yugoslavia, the terror of the invasion and the effects on individuals.
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Merece la pena leerla. Apr 08, Chuck LoPresti rated it it was amazing. Maybe its just human nature, we don’t really get peace.
Novi sad is a town in Serbian Yugoslavia and in this book we see the effects of tiska second world war and the subsequent communist partisans takeover post war from the view of three young individuals.
The author sets up these sometimes annoyingly self-involved characters basically to show how our self-centeredness and lack of empathy creates suffering for others and ourselves. That’s always a bold moment in a novel – the aleksanndar is basically saying “I know I invited you here for a story, but now that I’ve got you here there’s actually something else I’ve been meaning to tell you about.
This is not a knock on the intro – well maybe it’s a slight knock, because, while ok, it’s more of a fannish, “hey check out this writer, he’s great, so is this book and his other books, and here are a few spoilers”-type of intro than a really informative analysis of the book’s writer, ideas, and environment. Na beogradskom Filozofskom fakultetu godine diplomirao je anglistiku.
The Use of Man
I didn’t find this as excruciating as Kolyma Tales, not much is, and it doesn’ Not as soul crushing as Grossman’s Life and Fate or Shalamov’s Kolyma Tales as Tisma writes more about individual motivations instead of nationalistic machinations.
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Members of Aboriginal, Torres Strait Islander and Maori communities are advised that this catalogue contains names and images of deceased people. Tisma writes or is translated very well – not on the level of the threnodic crescendos of Platonov but well enough to keep your attention.
Very good but very strange book, and while I admired it very much, it was absolutely the wrong thing to read immediately after the election. Further information on the Library’s opening hours is available at: Browse titles authors subjects uniform titles series callnumbers dewey numbers starting from optional.