Description of a Struggle by Michael March
The Vintage Book of Contemporary Eastern European Writing

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Forty-three distinguished writers from sixteen Eastern European nations--including Poland, Russia, Hungary, the Czech Republic, and Albania--provide illuminating studies of the absurdities, tragedies, and conditions of their homelands and the world at large.
 

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Published November 29, 1994 by Vintage. 403 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction. Non-fiction

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Styles vary intriguingly among nations from the sorrowful simplicity of Polish Pawel Huelle's ``Mina,'' whose protagonist is committed to a mental institution, to the cynical humor of Bulgarian Viktor Paskov's ``Big Business,'' in which Bulgarian exiles pose as Romanian refugees in hopes of garne...

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There are some gentle stories, like Albanian Mimoza Ahmeti's wise, lyrical love story.

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