A collection of narrative essays on family, history, and travel from Croation American Josip Novakovich, a Whiting Writers' Award winner and recipient of a Guggenheim Fellowship. Having fled his homeland of Yugoslavia, leaving behind kin and community, the author here captures significant portraits of what is lost, what is remembered, and what remains. Within those moments of fresh clarity of the past are the instances of repeated culture shock that never seem to lose their harsh edges.
by Josip Novakovich
by Ivan Vidic, Josip Novakovich, Robert Perisic, Neven Usumovic, Nora Verde, Nada Gasic
by Fyodor Dostoyevsky
by Mark Twain
by Sinclair Lewis
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