Crumbs

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  • Crumbs
  • Miha Mazzini
  • English
  • 05 September 2019
  • 1908754397

About the Author: Miha Mazzini

Paperback ë Crumbs MOBI ´ crumbs download, CrumbsCrumbs PDF/EPUB books published in languages Short stories selected for many anthologies including Pushcart Prize Screenwriter of award winning feature films Golden Palm for the best film of the XXII Mostra de Valencia, European CIRCOM Award for the Best TV Film of Writer and director of short films Best director award at the Highgate Film Festival in London, best short film of at the Slovenian film festival MA in Creative Writing for Film and Television, University of Sheffield, United Kingdom PhD in Anthropology of Everyday Life, Institutum Studiorum Humanitatis, Slovenia.


CrumbsPaperback ë Crumbs MOBI ´ crumbs download, CrumbsCrumbs PDF/EPUBPriseljenec iz Bosne se zaljubi v filmsko zvezdo Nastassjo Kinski Ugotovi, da je zanj nedosegljiva, ker ni tudi sam slaven Odpravi se na tragikomi no in na koncu tragi no pot do slave.

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10 thoughts on “Crumbs

  1. Jenny says:

    This Slovenian story tells of a guy, quite a character, and what he comes up with to get another bottle of his trademark perfume no, not cologne Set in a bleak, industrial Yugoslavian town, the story mirrors the dissolution of Yugoslavia and resulting search for identity This would be a good book club read, analyzing all Egon s good and bad deeds One of Slovenia s best selling books of all time I love how the author describes, in the introduction, the realities of writing this book So I d This Slovenian story tells of a guy, quite a character, and what he comes up with to get another bottle of his trademark perfume no, not cologne Set in a bleak, industrial Yugoslavian town, the story mirrors the dissolution of Yugoslavia and resulting search for identity This would be a good book club read, analyzing all Egon s good and bad deeds One of Slovenia s best selling books of all time I love how the author describes, in the introduction, the realities of writing this book So I decided to write a novel instead a prequel to a future script I was working part time as a night watch where I had a lot of time to think about the story and the characters, and I had an hour or two for typing during the days and after I put my baby daughter to sleep It seems to me today that a good part of The Cartier Project is typical male baby sitting stuff I was writing about the things I was without at the time booze, sex, poetry readings The style of writing was definitely born out of baby sitting circumstances short sentences meant that I didn t have to press so many keys on the typewriter and make so much noise short paragraphs because I had to constantly check if my daughter was still sleeping p ii

  2. Michael says:

    an alcoholic writer of very successful romance novels is running out of perfume in a backwater Slovenian industrial town plays it a little fast and loose at the end, but highly recommend this to anyone who enjoys O Hara, Fante, etc. there s a character called Poet and another called Hippie.

  3. Abe says:

    my dad lent me this book, and i now kind of think hes a bit of a perv

  4. Tamara says:

    feels like listening to a favorite old album.

  5. Dylan says:

    It s been a long time since I read any Bukowski, but it s good that this book mentions him by name early on, because the style is clearly an homage to his alcohol soaked tales This kind of writing has a different appeal to me in middle age than it did as a teenager it s easier now to absorb cynicism than to romanticize fighting and boozing It still serves to highlight the toughness and paradox inherent in life, and illustrate the strange contrasts between desire and self abuse, or a bottle o It s been a long time since I read any Bukowski, but it s good that this book mentions him by name early on, because the style is clearly an homage to his alcohol soaked tales This kind of writing has a different appeal to me in middle age than it did as a teenager it s easier now to absorb cynicism than to romanticize fighting and boozing It still serves to highlight the toughness and paradox inherent in life, and illustrate the strange contrasts between desire and self abuse, or a bottle of perfume and a rough, stinky life That life, set in a decaying Yugoslavia, is also interesting as a historical portrayal

  6. Urh says:

    Preprosta zgodba, filmi na, enostavna in resni na Meni se zdi e posebej pohvalno, kako dobro je pripovedovalec in na nek na in junak te zgodbe potopljen v vse alostne stvari iz knjige Nikoli dolgo asna knjiga Nikoli.Zanimivo je tudi kako popisuje neko obdobje, po katerem nekateri hlepijo, drugi pa ne.

  7. Vex says:

    Meh, it s really what the author says it is his wish fulfillment novel I didn t find it funny, the way the author exploits stereotypes for cheap laughs workers from the south, old hippies, etc And of course, aaaallll the women just loooove the main character Yeah, right.

  8. Ann Kuhn says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here Finally A book that doesn t glamorize alcoholism What a spin Crass Nasty Erotic Philosophical Ends with the narrator looking out at the blue sky from the bottom of a dumpster Not an upper, but much less of a downer than you d imagine from my comments.

  9. Al says:

    I really appreciates the characters and the setting, which I found recognisable from the time I spent in Yugoslavia in the late 70s and early 80s This book really captured a part of the spirit that was alive then.

  10. M. says:

    A hilarious and wonderful book I picked it up after a recommendation from a friend There is something enticing and racy that makes me love it.