Translated from the Polish.
|Statement||translated by Tomasz Mirkowicz.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||115|
Hlasko died in of a fatal mixture of alcohol and sleeping pills in Wiesbaden, West Germany, preparing for another sojourn in Israel. Besides Killing the Second Dog, his translated works include the novels Eighth Day of the Week, All Backs Were Turned, Next Stop - Paradise,and The Graveyard, and a memoir, Beautiful Twentysomethings/5(16). Killing the Second Dog; Killing the Second Dog. $ Quantity: SKU: Shipping: Calculated at checkout: Rebel author Marek Hlasko was considered the James Dean of the communist bloc. In this gripping novel, Robert and Jacob are two down . Two rough-and-tumble Polish grifters scam an American widow in s Tel Aviv. An eclectic novel, this gut punch by the late Polish writer Hlasko (The Graveyard, , etc.) is very much an artifact of its times, but it’s a fascinating fusion of styles and rhythms from the Beat period and a moving play about the sacrifice of one’s protagonists are Robert and Jacob, two Polish. item 7 Killing the Second Dog by Marek Hlasko Book The Fast Free Shipping - Killing the Second Dog by Marek Hlasko Book The Fast Free Shipping. $ Free shipping. See all 7. No ratings or reviews yet. Be the first to write a review. Best Selling in Fiction & Literature.
Killing the Second Dog-ebook/Kindle, EPub & PDF; Killing the Second Dog-ebook/Kindle, EPub & PDF. $ Quantity: SKU: Robert and Jacob are two down-and-out Polish con men living in Israel in the s. They’re planning to run a scam on an American widow visiting the country. New York’s New Vessel Press has chosen to revive an Eastern European cult classic, the Polish-exiled novelist Marek Hłasko’s breakthrough Killing The Second Dog, in a brilliant English translation by Tomasz Mirkowicz. Besides Killing the Second Dog, his translated works include the novels Eighth Day of the Week, All Backs Were Turned, Next Stop – Paradise,and The Graveyard, and a memoir, Beautiful Twentysomethings. Tomasz Mirkowicz: Tomasz Mirkowicz, translator of American and British fiction, was born in Warsaw in He translated into Polish the works Reviews: 7. Killing the Second Dog is fast-paced and has a colorful setting and absurdly entertaining cast that will have you following them like a sleuth. Yet, this is not empty entertainment--there are deep moments of reflection on loneliness and human relationships. I've read a few books by New Vessel Press and they were all great, but this was my favorite/5.
Read "Killing the Second Dog" by Marek Hlasko available from Rakuten Kobo. Marek Hlasko is enjoying a revival, with three books published in the past year and at Brand: New Vessel Press. An intense historical saga unfolds in "Killing The Second Dog" as the tumultuous birth pains of Israel create the setting for drama and international intrigue. A starving Polish émigré named Kuba escapes the wrath of Communism following World War II, and he arrives in the country's new capital city of Tel Aviv in hopes of finding a better life. Killing the second dog. [Marek Hłasko; Tomasz Mirkowicz; Lesley Chamberlain] -- "Robert and Jacob are down-and-out Polish con men living in Israel in the s. They're planning to run a scam on an American widow visiting the country. Genre/Form: Polish fiction Fiction Novels: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Hłasko, Marek. Killing the second dog. New York, NY: Cane Hill Press, ©