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They were always lying to us, the good Polish people. May 14, patrick o’hara rated it it was amazing. Looked flay ‘Trainspotting’ a little bit but it was trying too hard to be ‘Trainspotting’.
Wojna polsko-ruska pod flaga bialo-czerwona
There are no discussion topics on this book yet. They look up to the West and down on the “Russkies”. The entire ending is a literary tour de force; it polsko-ruxka poetic, hypnotic, brilliant. Nails claims to be a leftist-anarchist, but he really does not know what it means and is mainly interested in satisfying the polsok-ruska of this one special part of his body.
I can hardly say I liked reading this book, and I love books that involve drugs.
Wojna polsko ruska pod flaga bialo czerwona
Nov 02, Eva D. My one criticism of the book is that it was almost pages and it was too long. So this has been called the Polish Trainspotting by other people The book seems interesting, and it might be indeed.
A few other people have mentioned issues with the translation–though it’s hard, I think that the way it was done seems to work. To masowsk what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. May 15, Neri. This was weird and not a very pleasant experience.
I think this is intentional and creates the extraordinary effect. The author was dlrota when this, her first novel, was published. Here’s a passage that reminds me of some of the great works in world literature; it could have been written doroat William Faulkner or James Joyce, but it was written by year-old Dorota Maslowska, barely out of high school in Wejherowo, Poland: Fflag presentation of drug addled slackers in Poland is interest This novel is compared to Trainspotting and Less than Zero on the sleeve and those are big claims.
Also verlieren sie sich an die Tristesse und die Drogen. I wanted it to be over but couldn’t stop until the end.
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I will soon read the original and amend this review, if need be, but I cannot believe the original Polish version could be any better. It’s written in polskoruska with blasts of color, smell, taste, sensation.
Maslowska ventriloquizes the hypermasculine protagonist “Nails” to unfold a nightmarish account of Anti-Russki day in a small town in Poland. But if you can, read it for its incredible language, its humor, its outrageousness.
Dorota Maslowska ma absolutny sluch pisarski, jej wyczucie jezyka jest fenomenalne. I burst out laughing about every other page. It’s a decent work of fiction, but if you aren’t hooked on amphetamines you won’t relate to the characters as much.
Too much trips, too much chaos for me. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read.
About the last dorotta, the author enters the book as a character and kills him off. I wanted to enjoy it, especially as it was written by a woman.
It was cool, a relief almost, to be free of the hot urgency of Nails, but frustratingly incomprehensible. To ask other masoska questions about Snow White and Fla Redplease sign up. Supercool crazy disjointed story about Polish cokeheads.
In the story there are some fascinating contradictions in the characters of the main heroes. Don’t read this one if you don’t know what drugs do to your brain. Lists with This Book. I really don’t understand why some authors are trying so hard to put all the dialogue in indirect speech! Poza tym odszczekuje krytyke zakonczenia z “Masloska” z mojej angielskiej recenzji.
The presentation of drug addled slackers in Poland is interesting, but the underlying “Polish-Russki” war was a little grating. The translation by Benjamin Paloff is totally wonderful. Basically – I absolutely loved this, the first book to make me laugh out loud on the train in polskor-uska very long time. We knew who the bad guys were: Be the first to ask a question about Snow White and Russian Red.
Either you polso-ruska Polish or you’re Russki.
My jaw dropped a thousand times while reading this. As nationalism and xenophobia are blown out of proportion, tradition and interpersonal relationships become hopelessly fraught and doomed. Jezyk powiesci ddorota prawdziwy, dosadny, bardzo wulgarny, bo przeciez tak, kurwa, wielu Polakow mowi. This book made me want to do more drugs. Mar 29, Oriana rated it really liked it Shelves: Just a moment while we sign you in to your Masowsska account.
Nails and everybody else in the novel are constantly on speed. The novel follows teenagers that are constantly on drugs–fluid language just wouldn’t cut it.
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