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  1. says:

    Five characters recount their experiences with eccentric noblewoman Veronika around the time of her disappearance Opening

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    I saw her that night as if she were aliveIt's amazing how this first sentence can capture so much foreboding mystery and sadness And all the fol

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    Odlično knjigo ampak žalostenI had a vague idea of what the book was about but I bought it with no expectations whatsoever I've been studying Slovene for a year and a half now and I've the philosophy that to learn a lang

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    We live in a time when the only people living or dead accorded respect are those who were prepared to fight and even sacr

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    45 stars

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    Again a book for the book club Even though my fellow readers in the book group loved this book I really had to force myself to finish it and I did not like it at all The idea to create a picture of a person situated in an interesting historical scenario by telling the story from 5 different points of view sounds very compelling However the style of each person telling the story did not really change it was all written in the same way That w

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    Upon finishing the book I got an enormous underwhelming feeling I was hoping for something much interesting or epic or anything really but the e

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    A very poignant haunting tale exemplifying very well the pointless and confused violence of a war that was so much complicated than it is often portrayed a war that nobody could escape from a war in which it is

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    This may be the best novel I have read all year Incredibly succinct it wastes no time in taking you right in to the story I may choose to come back and write a longer review after I've processed it a bitWarning though maybe read the Wikipedia on Yugoslavia before you read this It will help you make a little sense of the politics although it's by no means obligatory to enjoy the novel

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    Chilling novel that keeps you guessing till the very end

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Of five different characters who also talk about themselves as well as the troubled Slovenian times before and during World War II; times that swallowed like a Moloch not only the people of various beliefs involved in historical events but also those who lived on the fringes o. We live in a time when the only people living or dead accorded respect are those who were prepared to fight and even sacrifice themselves for shared ideals The victors and vanuished alike see it that way Nobody respects people who just wanted to live Who loved other people nature animals and the world and felt good about it That s not enough for our present time The Numbers Game respect are those who were prepared to fight and even sacrifice themselves for shared ideals The victors and vanuished alike see it that way Nobody Tall man riding. respects people who just wanted to live Who loved other people nature animals and the world and felt good about it That s not enough for our present time

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F tumultuous events which they did not even fully comprehend they only wanted to live But “only” to live was an illusion it was a time when even under the seemingly safe and idyllic shelter of a manor house in Slovenia it was impossible to avoid the rushing train of violen. A very poignant haunting tale exemplifying very well the pointless and confused violence of a war that was so much complicated than it is often portrayed a war that nobody could escape from a war in which it is so much easier to be considered wrong than right bad than good in which one misunderstood whispered message one giant fucked up game of Telephone can end your lifeI only found out at the end of the book that this was a true story but it seemed clear from the start that it was a story that could happen as sad as that is that this fucked up shit is something that happens among humans Reading this while residing in the area of Trieste where all these different cultures Germanic Italianic Slavic live and love and hate and die together and have done so for centuries gave it extra poignancy On my bike I came through Palmanova a star shaped fortified town built by the Venetians at the end of the 16th century and which the Italians used as a prisoner camp for Yugoslav partisans It was precisely because there was nothing there to see precisely because this town was just a sleepy not even particularly pretty Italian town that its tumultuous history hit so hardA book that will serve to depress you about human nature if you happened to still be a believer The Book of Beginnings rushing train of violen. A very poignant haunting tale exemplifying very well the pointless and confused violence of a war that was so much complicated than it is often portrayed a war that nobody could escape from a war in which it is so much easier to be considered wrong than The Homelanders (The Homelanders, right bad than good in which one misunderstood whispered message one giant fucked up game of Telephone can end your lifeI only found out at the end of the book that this was a true story but it seemed clear from the start that it was a story that could happen as sad as that is that this fucked up shit is something that happens among humans Reading this while Lila and Alex short story. X-Rated. residing in the area of Trieste where all these different cultures Germanic Italianic Slavic live and love and hate and die together and have done so for centuries gave it extra poignancy On my bike I came through Palmanova a star shaped fortified town built by the Venetians at the end of the 16th century and which the Italians used as a prisoner camp for Yugoslav partisans It was precisely because there was nothing there to see precisely because this town was just a sleepy not even particularly pretty Italian town that its tumultuous history hit so hardA book that will serve to depress you about human nature if you happened to still be a believer

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I Saw Her That Night a love story in time of war is a novel about a few years in the life and mysterious disappearance of Veronika Zarnik a young bourgeois woman from Ljubljana sucked into the whirlwind of a turbulent period in history We follow her story from the perspective. Odli no knjigo ampak alostenI had a vague idea of what the book was about but I bought it with no expectations whatsoever I ve been studying Slovene for a year and a half now and I ve the philosophy that to learn a language immersing in the culture is just as important as grasping all the grammar right I read a Spanish translation which I thought was really good because my Slovensko je malo Drago Jan ar is one of the best contemporary Slovene writers or at least that is what my professor said She was the one who introduced me to this story and gave me a picture of Slovenia s timeline around the World War years and after so I could understand better the story I was impressed by the partizani in domobranci the Republic of Yugoslavia and everything she said but nothing impressed me most than hearing Jan ar had written his story based on a real account of what happened to a woman and her husbandThis is a short novel my translation had around 200 pages and yet it took me almost a month to finish There were so many things to grasp and come to terms with that I felt I couldn t read this book fast The title particularly intrigued me who was this Veronika What had happened to her Why did she live in a castle Why nobody knew where she was Why was she so loved by many Jan ar offers five chapters told from five different perspectives in a sort of stream of consciousness way and he provides the necessary clues for us readers to try and solve Veronika s puzzle But as one reads it s easy to figure out that To no sem jo videl is not so much a story of Veronika per sebut a story of war and how it affects everyone even those who didn t want to take part in it and tried to alienate as much as possible I guess it s not easy to lead a normal life when the world is actually twisted and upside downI always have difficulty when I read war books perhaps because I always think I m so alien to those events that I find it hard to put into those characters shoes but this book was the exception It managed to capture me and make me feel there in the heart of Slovenia reflecting about that sad time and also about the world in general Of course as I started to understand everything Veronika s eccentricity grit passion and her crocodile became just minor details of a bigger picture about humanity in general and how perhaps what somebody thinks is a wise decision or something worth defending can actually have disastrous conseuencesOverall this is a great book it is definitely sad I was so overwhelmed by the time I made it to the last page but still worth reading I m certainly looking forward to reading about this author though I hope next time I can do so in Slovene It s not easy to find translated literature so I always accept recommendations Deception Island right I The Family read a Spanish translation which I thought was The First Partition of Poland really good because my Slovensko je malo Drago Jan ar is one of the best contemporary Slovene writers or at least that is what my professor said She was the one who introduced me to this story and gave me a picture of Slovenia s timeline around the World War years and after so I could understand better the story I was impressed by the partizani in domobranci the Republic of Yugoslavia and everything she said but nothing impressed me most than hearing Jan ar had written his story based on a The Hero of Varay real account of what happened to a woman and her husbandThis is a short novel my translation had around 200 pages and yet it took me almost a month to finish There were so many things to grasp and come to terms with that I felt I couldn t Palestrina and Other Plays read this book fast The title particularly intrigued me who was this Veronika What had happened to her Why did she live in a castle Why nobody knew where she was Why was she so loved by many Jan ar offers five chapters told from five different perspectives in a sort of stream of consciousness way and he provides the necessary clues for us 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