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Eleven Prague Corpses (Russian Literature) Paperback – February 26, 2016
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"Kobrin’s intricate renderings of Prague, underlying the amorphous chain of intersecting stories, open up a city both tidy and terrifying." -Publishers Weekly
"A conceptual and engaging volume in the tradition of Eastern European masters." -Kirkus Reviews
About the Author
Kirill Kobrin writes fiction and nonfiction prose, co-edits Moscow magazine of sociology, history and politics Neprikosnovenniy Zapas ("Emergency Rations"), and researches the cultural history of Russia and the Czech Republic. Kobrin is the author of 15 books in Russian, one of them is a tribute to Flann O'Brian, Tekstoobrabotka ("Bookhandling"). Some critics hailed him as the "Russian Borges" and "one of the founders of Russian psychogeography." His texts have been translated into several European languages. Kobrin lives in London.
Veronika Lakotová is a translator of English, Russian and Slovak, who is currently living in Bratislava, Slovakia. A former employee of Dalkey Archive Press, this present volume marks her first book-length translation in print.
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