01 Jan 2000
Slovak writer Daniela Kapitáňová’s first novel is narrated by an intellectually and physically stunted creature and arch-conformist who enthusiastically embraces every kind of prejudice both under Communism and in the newly independent Slovakia. This book was a sensation when it appeared in Bratislava in 2000; still a best-seller in its fourth edition, it has been translated into Czech, Swedish, French, German, Arabic, Polish and Japanese and now appears in English. (Description taken from Garnett Press website.)
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The book Kniha o cintoríne: Prvá a druhá kniha o cintoríne (Samko Tále’s Cemetery Book) is perfect to read when visiting what place?