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White Raven

Stasiuk, Andrzej (Book - 2000)
White Raven
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An adventure story and a reflection of the experience of a generation, White Raven is a tale of childhood friends, cast adrift by the tide of change that swept through Poland during the 1980s. Following the accidental death of a policeman, the men go on the run. The urgent flight through the desolate winter mountains abruptly ends with a climax as shocking as it is symbolic. White Raven won the prestigious Fundacja Koscielskich Award. o First English translation of the Polish Kerouac o Cult novel of the post-communist generation o Ad in Book Forum Andrzej Stasiuk was born in 1960 and lives in Poland. His first book , The Walls of Hebron , is a collection of twelve stories about prison, based on the experience of his desertion from the army.
Authors: Stasiuk, Andrzej, 1960-
Uniform Title: Biaty kruk
Title: White raven
Publisher: London : Serpent's Tail, 2000
Characteristics: 249 p. ;,22 cm
Statement of Responsibility: Andrzej Stasiuk ; translated by Wiesiek Powaga
Notes: Originally published: Posnan : Obserwator, 1995
ISBN: 9781852426675
1852426675
Branch Call Number: FICTION STASIUK
Other Language: Translated from the Polish
Subject Headings: Poland Social conditions 1980-1989 Fiction
Genre/Form: Adventure fiction
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An Ukrainian author tells the tale of two Polish men completely at a loss after the fall of communism. Their road trip is as much about deep feelings and philosophy as survival.


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