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Tsing [Paperback]

David Albahari
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June 30 1999
A great Serbian writer's first novel since moving to Canada; a paean to the narrator's deceased father.

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5.0 out of 5 stars Read this. June 19 2000
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This novel, a short metafictional experiment by Serbian expatriate short-story master David Albahari, succeeds in both playing literary games and capturing genuine emotion. It is a shame that most of Albahari's work remains untranslated, for he is truly among a tiny handful of great contemporary writers. For now, we must be content to read the two works he has published in English, of which Tsing is the only novel. You will not be disappointed with this selection.
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This novel, a short metafictional experiment by Serbian expatriate short-story master David Albahari, succeeds in both playing literary games and capturing genuine emotion. It is a shame that most of Albahari's work remains untranslated, for he is truly among a tiny handful of great contemporary writers. For now, we must be content to read the two works he has published in English, of which Tsing is the only novel. You will not be disappointed with this selection.
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