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Nepobjediva jedanaestorka

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In 1922, the same year that saw the establishment of the Czechoslovak Football Association, a former singer and cabaret director from Prague published a novel about soccer. Eighty-six years later, that novel, Eduard Bass’s The Chattertooth Eleven, has been reprinted more than thirty times, has been made into a film, and has become one of the most popular works of Czech fic ...more
Hardcover, 159 pages
Published 2008 by EPH-Novi Liber (first published 1922)
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Olga Kowalska (WielkiBuk)
„Jedenastka Kłapząba” to urocza, pełna ciepłego humoru, a jednocześnie pełna energii i sportowej rywalizacji opowieść przypominająca baśnie, bajki, przypowieści i to dlatego oparła się próbie czasu. Niby nie ma tu zbędnych metafor, a przecież sama piłka nożna symbolizuje życiową rozgrywkę, którą podejmuje każdy człowiek. Powieść Bassa można czytać dosłownie, można doszukiwać się głębszych sensów, ale nie trzeba, bo to tak naprawdę zależy od czytelnika w jaki sposób odbierze fascynujące przygody ...more
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Jan 27, 2017 Maya rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
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Никога не е излишно да се прочете една детака книга!
Malcolm
Originally published in 1922 as Klapzubova jedenactka, this really has to rate as a great comic novels, and one of the great comic sports novels (admittedly, not a large genre). It deals with a football team of brothers from the small Bohemian village of Nether Buckwheat who emerge from nowhere, in their first year as a competitive team win the Czech national league and go on to beat every professional and national team they face, usually by a large margin.

It is certainly more P G Wodehouse than
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Jul 14, 2014 Veronika rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Už si toho zas tak moc nepamatuju, ale jako nápad na knihu mi to prostě přijde pořád úžasné.
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