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Title   33 Moments Of Happiness 

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Author   SCHULZE Ingo  ISBN   9780330373425  Add to shopping cart   
Publisher   Macmillan  Group   Fiction View shopping cart
Binding   Paperback Category   Fiction A-Z  Terms and conditions
Edition   1/2000 Type   Go back
Publication Year   2000 
Subject   Short stories 
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Synopsis Each episode in this dazzling debut collection captures the spark in some tiny detail of everyday life in contemporary St Petersburg and fans it into a story that flares with comedy, surreal passion, heartbreaking indifference and mad Russian excess. There's a Mafia shoot-out in a disco, as told by a gun-toting Walter Mitty simultaneously thrilled and horrified by the carnage he is creating. There are three devils who appear for an evening at the steam bath, their revelries ending in cannibalism -- or is the watching manager just mad? These are sad, whimsical, macabre, bleakly funny stories, all told in a playful and voluptuous prose that is itself a homage to the great Russian masters whom Schulze is honouring -- from Gogol to Pasternak, from Chekhov to Nabokov.

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