Description of a Struggle: The Picador Book of Contemporary East European Prose

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Michael March
Pan Macmillan, 1995 - East European prose literature - 403 pages
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Gathers together prose from ten countries which seek cultural integration with the rest of Europe and brings to the fore the vitality and range of fiction from these countries: Hungary, Poland, Czechoslovakia, Romania, Yugoslavia, Bulgaria, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania and Russia.

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DESCRIPTION OF A STRUGGLE: The Vintage Book of Contemporary Eastern European Writing

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Recent writings—passionate, reckless, comic, and tragic by turn—from the trenches of splintered Eastern Europe and the former Soviet Union. Behind the Communist wall, literature was routinely both ... Read full review

Description of a struggle: the Vintage book of contemporary Eastern European writing

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Sixteen nations are represented in these 43 pieces, each by a different writer. Most are fiction, though a few memoirs are included. The result is disorienting, offering new names, unfamiliar settings ... Read full review

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