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We Monks and Soldiers - 
      Lutz Bassmann
    
      Antoine Volodine
    
      Jordan Stump

We Monks and Soldiers

; Antoine Volodine ; Jordan Stump (Oversetter)

This remarkable work, in Jordan Stump's superb translation, offers readers a thrilling entry into Bassmann's numinous world Les mer
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This remarkable work, in Jordan Stump's superb translation, offers readers a thrilling entry into Bassmann's numinous world
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Forlag: University of Nebraska Press
Innbinding: Paperback
Språk: Engelsk
Sider: 200
ISBN: 9780803239913
Format: 22 x 14 cm
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“A cold-eyed rebuke to those who complain of the lack of inventiveness of French writers.”—Jean-Maurice de Montrémy

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«“A continually changing, continually new poetic force.”—Christophe Kantcheff, Politis

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«“Between a fragile lyricism and an almost silent poetic expression of an absolute, inevitable devastation.”—Hugo Pradelle, La Quinzaine Littéraire»

«Vividly imagined, thought provoking and spare, this is an unusual collection . . . worth searching out."—Sandy Amazeen, Monsters and Critics»

Lutz Bassmann belongs to a community of imaginary authors invented, championed, and literarily realized by Antoine Volodine, a French writer of Slavic origins born in 1950. Volodine's many celebrated, category-defying works include the award-winning Minor Angels (Nebraska, 2004), which blends science fiction, Tibetan myth, a ludic approach to writing, and a profound humanistic idealism. Jordan Stump is a professor of French at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. He is the author of The Other Book (Nebraska, 2011), has translated numerous texts, including Minor Angels, and was awarded the French-American Foundation's translation prize and the Prix Medicis in 2014.