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Not a satisfying read, probably because it was so far from what I expected: The book has three sections, where the next is less readable then the last. I enjoyed the first two pieces of this and then felt very bogged down in the third.
The story part hit a little too close to home, as I am at the beginning of aging and my mother is towards the end of it. Biblioteka Mitoviknj. Which, if the author was trying to overload with details, and this was explained as much at the end of this part 3, then it worked beautifully.
Parts 1 and 2 did not appeal to me that much, perhaps because they were a bit too ‘fairy-talish’ really: However, there is no real satisfactory answer to this, and no real struggle on the part of the women; after they make half-hearted plans to smuggle the body back to their own country, the dead woman’s grandson appears to sort everything out.
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There are wonderful scenes and wonderful characters and such a bitter-sweet description of old age as I have hardly ever read. I may try again in a few years, as it seems to be adored by critics, but I don’t get it yet. So this book is part of the same publishing house that put out Margaret Atwood’s The Penelopiad: All in all, a decent read, and so far winning this World Cup in my ajje.
This book is much more accessible than The Museum of Unconditional Surrender, also by this author. But that was nothing compared to the second section. Ne sono rimasto, haga, abbastanza deluso. There are passages in Russian which are not explained anywhere.
Refresh and try again. This one was a little strange and hard to follow jw long.
Lists with This Book. Finding libraries that hold this item And in the end, there’s this: Women’s Issues because the non-fiction part of the book makes a big deal about the main characters being old women and expounds on the way old woment are treated in folklore. And I would really love to give this books more stars, but I can’t – I just wish I would be able to read it in original, just to find out whether the problem is indeed the translation.
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The book itself is split into three sections. Dec 26, Mrs. Too much mythology, not enough story.
Baba Jaga je snijela jaje
I am finishing up Baba Yaga Laid an Egg. You were given an overdose, I know”. Other books in the series. Please choose whether or not you want other users to be able to see on your profile that this library is a favorite of yours. Julie-Beth rated it it was ok May 29, Interesting book, very unique. It’s all for a purpose, and ties bxba at the end, but I think I am not the target audience with this book.
Nella terza parte ricompare la studiosa di folklore con un saggio sulla figura di Baba Jaga che risolleva le sorti del volume, ma la valutazione complessiva rimane piuttosto tiepida. I think that more of the sword should have been used throughout the book to make the connections sharper and cut out what was unnecessary.
Gli regalo una stella giusto per buon cuore. Already one knows that the story will be about Baba Yaga in some way. In order to set up a list of libraries that you have access to, you must first login or sign up. They don’t tend to come up in the books I normally read. My favorite part of the book, though there were too many names and the characterization was pretty thin. It was a little strange which I attributed to the fact that it was probably a translation from some East European language.
Croatian View all editions and formats. In different languages all of theses are nicknames not formal given names and they mean doll.
Glad it’s over, though.