"House of Day, House of night" (1998), one of Olga Tokarczuk's famous works, is, according to her definition, a "novel constellation", a constellation composed of various stories, which reflects the past and present of the Sudetenland (Lower Silesia), in one of the villages of which the author has a house. This multicultural area, which left its mark on Tokarczuk's creative world, was part of various countries throughout history, until after 1945 it was divided between Germany, the Czech Republic and Poland. In his multifaceted book created in the spirit of postmodernism, the Polish writer juxtaposed other styles and genres, connected fiction with essayistics, poetry with philosophy, real life with dreams, and skillfully interwoven the everyday and the legendary so that even the details received a comprehensive content.
|Title in Armenian||Օլգա Տոկարչուկ - Ցերեկային տուն, գիշերային տուն|
|Size||15 x 21 cm|
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