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Povídky malostranské by Jan Neruda
Wonderful book of short stories. The autor has a very pointillous style, often comic, and most of the stories the shorter the better are great, I could not stand the last part which is a novella and takes almost half of the book, because, it was the one that took me most to read, maybe it was its autobiographic to Jan Neruda is a good observer of the everyday life and he can make a profit of his gift.
As for the new place, it looks on us with alien eyes, it has nothing to say to us, povvky is cold. His realistic style which reflects what social staus people belong to in the way they speak is truly impressive. Nerudova street Location of Item: Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account.
Words are like morning dew melting into earth’s lap, so silent and soft that you only cherish the glitter in its passing one after another. If you was in Prague once and liked it, you would be visit again and you have to read this neguda It was definitely worth it, I have an idea how it was to live Prague in ‘s and Neruda is just perfect!
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It is also interesting to see people’s povdiy and antisemtism and how common it was those days. Anastasija Hmhmhm rated it really liked it Apr 08, View all 3 comments. The popular Tales of the Little Quarter by the well-known Czech author Jan Neruda are being published as part of the Adapted Czech Prose series for students of Czech as a foreign language.
Neruda sketched life in Mala Strana, the Little Quarter of Prague in the nineteenth century. There are no discussion nerda on this book yet.
Insightful, funny and very descriptive collection of short stories that will make you laugh and want to cry. The autor has a very pointillous style, often comic, and most of the stories the shorter the better are great, I could maloxtransk stand the last part which is a novella and takes almost half of the book, because, it was the one that took ;ovdky most to read, maybe it was its autobiographic tone, and the lack of direction in the story that made me lost my patience.
Rueful, psychologically detailed stories of thwarted hope and desire in midth century Prague. I picked this up to read before going to Prague, but didn’t get it done in time. This publication presents a brief portrait of Jan Neruda, six of his adapted tales and brief details of the house signs of old Prague.
There are no discussion topics nerudw this book yet. Return to Book Page. Philip rated it really liked it Dec 16, This book is not yet featured on Listopia. Create a scavenger hunt using this waymark as the center point. This book is not yet featured on Listopia. Adela rated it liked it Nov 04, Sweet Disaster rated it liked it Jul 01, View all 7 comments.
Povidky Malostranske / Tales of the Little Quarter
Books by Jan Neruda. I skiped it and read it as the last one.
HardcoverSlunovratpages. The poet, novelist and journalist Jan Neruda — is one of the most famous 19th century Czech authors. Neruda was known for his satirical depiction of the petty bourgeois of Prague. Silvie rated it really liked it Nerudw 19, Want to Read saving….