One thought on “Ljubezen”

  1. It’s an okay book. It didn’t really make me feel much, and it didn’t do anything that hasn’t been done elsewhere, like in Maja Haderlap’s Angel of Oblivion, which handles things better as well. I suppose the perspective of a boy growing up in WW2-occupied Ljubljana is interesting enough, but the story didn’t go anywhere, the characters were hard to discern, especially since there’s so many names, and it’s yet another memoir posing as a novel, which is a pretty annoying trend in S [...]

  2. str. 115"Po teh razburljivih dogodkih mi je obležalo na duši nekaj trpkega, težkega, še najbolj podobnega zaskrbljenosti, če ne kar razočaranju. Vsaka čast Mileni in Valeriji, a vendar Ali je to res vse, sem se spraševal nekako oropano. Ali je to po vseh šepetanjih in skrivnostnih namigovanjih, po vsem fantovskem prepevanju in hrepenečem pogledovanju v mansardna okna, za katerimi so tičala zelenojamska dekleta, po vseh pisemcih, ki sta jih Kramarjeva Ivona in Kranjčeva Zora razgrinj [...]

  3. Way too many names and information all thrown at you at once. The story isn't connected into a whole logically, rater mosaically, which is left for you to interpret.

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