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A thousand peaceful cities - Jerzy Pilch

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Title
A thousand peaceful cities
Author
Jerzy Pilch
format
Paperback / softback
Publisher
Open Letter
Language
English
UK Publication Date
20100704

Set in 1963, in the latter days of the Polish post-Stalinist thaw. Jerzyk, is a teenager who is keenly interested in the life of his father, a retired postal administrator and his father's closest friend, Mr Traba, a failed lutheran clergyman, alcoholic and would be Polish insurrectionist. One drunken afternoon, Mr Traba and the narrator's father decide to take charge of their lives and do one final good turn for humanity, travel to Warsaw and assassinate the Polish head of state and they decide to involve Jerzyk in their plan.

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Type
BOOK
Edition
1st Edition
Keyword Index
Teenagers - Poland - Fiction.|Fathers and sons - Poland - Fiction.|Alcoholics - Poland - Fiction.|Lutherans - Poland - Fiction.|City and town life - Poland - Fiction.|Adolescence - Fiction.|Religion and politics - Poland - Fiction.|Communism - Poland - Fiction.|Government, Resistance to - Poland - Fiction.|Attempted assassination - Fiction.|Poland - Fiction.
Country of Publication
New York (State)
Number of Pages
143

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