Red Cavalry

Red Cavalry

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"The brutalities and dualities of war and religion unflinchingly depicted by this major Russian-Jewish writer War's mess and muddle, the brutality and the inanity of fighting-few have better captured this than Isaac Babel, who was a journalist with the Soviet First Cavalry Army. His unflinching portrayal of the murderous havoc of battle is offset by an unexpected and wry humour: having seen the fighting up close, Babel is able to find the funny side of war while depicting its bloody side-in all its mesmerising and casual violence. The lyricism and bitterness that characterise the thirty-five short stories of Red Cavalry are stunningly reproduced in this new translation by the award-winning Boris Dralyuk"--Provided by publisher.
Publisher: London : Pushkin, 2014
ISBN: 9781782270935
1782270930
Characteristics: 219 pages ; 17 cm
Additional Contributors: Dralyuk, Boris - Translator

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