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All My Cats

All My Cats

Publisher : Penguin Books Ltd
SKU: 9780241422199
R 190,00
'One of the greatest European prose writers' Philip Roth In the autumn of 1965, Bohumil Hrabal bought a weekend cottage in the countryside east of Prague. There, until his death, he tended to an ever-growing, unruly community of cats. This is his confessional, tender and shocking meditation on the joys and torments of his life with them; how he became increasingly overwhelmed by the demands of the things he loved, even to the brink of madness. 'Dark and strange ... It begins with warmth and f
'One of the greatest European prose writers' Philip Roth In the autumn of 1965, Bohumil Hrabal bought a weekend cottage in the countryside east of Prague. There, until his death, he tended to an ever-growing, unruly community of cats. This is his confessional, tender and shocking meditation on the joys and torments of his life with them; how he became increasingly overwhelmed by the demands of the things he loved, even to the brink of madness. 'Dark and strange ... It begins with warmth and fluffiness, but soon descends into Dostoevskian horror' Daily Telegraph 'The Czech master exposed the animal within us' New Yorker
Products specifications
ISBN13 9780241422199
Publisher Penguin Books Ltd
Contributor By (author) Bohumil Hrabal
Publication Date 2020-08-27
Language English
Format Paperback / softback
Pages 96
Product Dimensions (H x W x L) in mm 198 X 129 X 210
Shipping Weight (grams) 500
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'One of the greatest European prose writers' Philip Roth In the autumn of 1965, Bohumil Hrabal bought a weekend cottage in the countryside east of Prague. There, until his death, he tended to an ever-growing, unruly community of cats. This is his confessional, tender and shocking meditation on the joys and torments of his life with them; how he became increasingly overwhelmed by the demands of the things he loved, even to the brink of madness. 'Dark and strange ... It begins with warmth and fluffiness, but soon descends into Dostoevskian horror' Daily Telegraph 'The Czech master exposed the animal within us' New Yorker
Products specifications
ISBN13 9780241422199
Publisher Penguin Books Ltd
Contributor By (author) Bohumil Hrabal
Publication Date 2020-08-27
Language English
Format Paperback / softback
Pages 96
Product Dimensions (H x W x L) in mm 198 X 129 X 210
Shipping Weight (grams) 500
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