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it was ok 2.0  ·  Rating Details ·  1 Rating  ·  1 Review
„Már nem csak a falubeliek türelme volt fogytán, az Úristen is egyre nyugtalanabb lett. Nem is csoda, hiszen mindenütt Jaagup teremtményeibe botlott az ember, és nem lehetett előre látni a mester munkájának végét. Az Úr elhatározta, hogy megbünteti őt.
Egy éjjel rátámadt és megpróbálta megragadni a hónaljánál fogva. Jaagup nem adta meg magát, rúgkapálva ellenszegült. Jó dar
Paperback, 68 pages
Published 2011 by Magyarországi Észt Intézet
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Dec 26, 2012 Imi rated it it was ok
Shelves: estonia, 2012
OK, I liked these short stories, especially about the dog's poop who marries a dandelion. They were really good,though I liked Mehis Heinsaar's Breviárium better.

BUT, there's an interview with Kivirähk at the end and he is so fucking annoying! The way he responds to every statement and question with denial that he's not this,not that, not writing like this or that. He always looks down upon every other people. and when he talks about how most of the literary works today are "middle-class" and sh
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Andrus Kivirähk is an Estonian journalist, playwright and novelist. His writing style can be called self-mocking and sarcastic with dark humour. His best known work "Rehepapp ehk November", a.k.a. "Rehepapp", has been translated to Finnish and Norwegian. "Mees, kes teadis ussisõnu", a bestseller in Estonia, so popular that a board-game was based on it, has been translated to English as "The Man ...more
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