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Maja Novak: Die Katzenpest
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Die Katzenpest

Maja Novak


Imbued with grotesque humour, the pioneering, visionary novel "Mačja kuga" (Cat-Plague) of Maja Novak assumes a special place in contemporary Slovenian literature. As Tanja Petrič writes in the foreword to the book, “The author of this novel addresses an entire range of topics – from nationalism to post-socialism, through Christianity, heresy and paganism, the transition and capitalism, to environmental issues, social policy and gender concerns. Not least, this is one of Slovenian literature’s rare and successful attempts at magical realism that even today remains fresh, extremely relevant and entirely pertinent in its socially critical aspects.”


Lastnost Vrednost
Založnik Društvo slovenskih pisateljev
Zbirka Litteræ Slovenicæ
Prevod Peter Scherber, Tadeja Lackner-Naberžnik
Spremna beseda Tanja Petrič
Oprema Ulčakar&JK
Leto izdaje 2015
Strani 247
Jezik nemški
Tip datoteke epub

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Imbued with grotesque humour, the pioneering, visionary novel Mačja kuga (Cat-Plague) of Maja Novak assumes a special place in contemporary Slovenian literature. As Tanja Petrič writes in the foreword to the book, “The author of this novel addresses an entire range of topics – from nationalism to post-socialism, through Christianity, heresy and paganism, the transition and capitalism, to environmental issues, social policy and gender concerns. Not least, this is one of Slovenian literature’s rare and successful attempts at magical realism that even today remains fresh, extremely relevant and entirely pertinent in its socially critical aspects.”

 

About the author

The writer Maja Novak arrived on the Slovenian literary scene in the 1990s, becoming renowned for such thrillers as her 1993 debut novel Izza kongresa ali Umor v teritorialnih vodah (Behind Congress or Murder in Territorial Waters), as well as for being a writer of youth fiction. She has received many awards and accolades for her work.  Her 1995 novel Cimre (Roommates) was among the finalists for the Kresnik Prize. For this novel and for her 1996 collection of short stories Zverjad (Beasts) she received the Prešeren Fund award. Maja Novak is also active as a translator from English, French, Italian and Serbian.

 


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