12 edition of The book of Blam found in the catalog.
|Statement||Aleksandar Tišma ; translated from the Serbo-Croatian by Michael Henry Heim.|
|Contributions||Heim, Michael Henry.|
|LC Classifications||PG1419.3.I8 K5713 1998|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||226 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||226|
|LC Control Number||98010314|
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The Book of Blam gives us a powerful portrayal of the Holocaust in the Balkans, through the eyes of Blam, a man whose survival is arguably more curse than blessing. Tišma plops the reader down in Eastern Europe and unflinchingly guides them through a heavily based on fact fictionalized account of the January Novi Sad Massacre and the /5.
The Book of Blam is a wonderful book and an important book. It recounts the events during the Holocaust period in what is now Serbia.
After reading this and Tisma's Kapo, he has a style of writing that is unlike most writers that I have read from Eastern Europe; concise, flowing storylines and 5/5(4).
The Book of Blam is a wonderful book and an important book. It recounts the events during the Holocaust period in what is now Serbia. After reading this and Tisma's Kapo, he has a style of writing that is unlike most writers that I have read from Eastern Europe; concise, flowing storylines and easy to read.5/5.
About The Book of Blam. The Book of Blam, Aleksandar Tišma’s “extended kaddish[his] masterpiece” (Kirkus Reviews), is a modern-day retelling of the book of Job. The war The book of Blam book over. Miroslav Blam walks along the former Jew Street, and he remembers.
The book of Blam User Review - Not Available - Book Verdict. Miroslav Blam is a man living a lie, an inert observer equally terrified of life and The book of Blam book.
Walking through Novi Sad, his native home in Yugoslavia, he vividly recalls the people who once shared the Read full review4/5(1). The Book of Blam, Aleksandar Tisma's "extended kaddish [his] masterpiece" (Kirkus Reviews), is a modern-day retelling of the book of Job.
The war is over. Miroslav Blam walks along the former Jew Street, and he remembers/5(). Blam lives. So long as he does, the war will never be over for him. Like The Use of Man, The Book of Blam is a searing look at the spiritual devastation of war.
The Book of Blam by Aleksander Tisma,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide/5(). Blame book. Read reviews from the world's largest community for readers. The story: Patsy MacLemoore, a history professor in her late twenties with a /5. This book is, by far, the most enlightening and profound book of the trio by Dr.
Alasko. As a follow up to Emotional BS, this book tackles the concept of blame and how it infiltrates and influences all of our interactions - personal and professional - and the truly staggering power it has to hinder or enhance these s: The Book of Flam traces Miroslav Blam's wartime memories through a maze of correlating childhood recollections and current experience.
A Jew who marries a Catholic woman, Blam is spared the worst of the persecutions Jews, Serbs, and Gypsies were suffering under the fascist regime of the occupying German/Hungarian forces. The Book of Blam Aleksandar Tisma, Author, Michael H.
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The story concerns a plan hatched by a young genius, dying of cancer, to save the girl next door from abuse. Get this from a library. The book of Blam. [Aleksandar Tišma; Michael Henry Heim] -- "The Book of Blam is a modern-day retelling of the book of Job.
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The story: Patsy MacLemoore, a history professor in her late twenties with a brand-new Ph.D. from Berkeley and a. Get this from a library. The book of Blam. [Aleksandar Tišma; Michael Henry Heim] -- A Jew recounts a World War II massacre in Yugoslavia in which his parents died.
Fourteen hundred people were killed in Novi Sad by Hungarian troops and he only escaped thanks to his mother's lover. Blame the Dead is a gritty and raw mystery book set in the middle of WWII.
Phew, that was a mouth full but it got the major plot across. I think the most effective part of this book 4/5(71). Originally published in to high praise throughout Europe, this is a superior example of the (often overpraised) Serbian novelist's brooding studies of the aftereffects of European culture in extremis.
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