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  1. 2 de jul. de 2019 · Paperback. $15.95 3 Used from $13.98 13 New from $10.53. A collection of “electric, heroically wrought” Russian short stories of violence, crime, and sex set in Ukraine—for fans of hard-boiled fiction by Raymond Chandler and Dashiell Hammett (John Updike) Odessa was a uniquely Jewish city, and the stories of Isaac Babel—a Jewish man ...

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    • Isaac Babel, Boris Dralyuk
  2. 'Odessa Stories' by Isaac Babel (translated by Boris Dralyuk) 3.5 stars Although I knew the name of Isaac Babel and a little bit about his life, this is the first book by him that I have read. This short story collection contains both the better known 'Odessa Tales', and other stories by Babel about his time growing up in Nikolayev and Odessa.

  3. 15 de nov. de 2016 · Odessa was a uniquely Jewish city, and the stories of Isaac Babel—a Jewish man, writing in Russian and born in Odessa—uncover its tough underbelly around the time of the Russian Revolution....

  4. Odessa was a uniquely Jewish city, and the stories of Isaac Babel—a Jewish man, writing in Russian and born in Odessa—uncover its tough underbelly around the time of the Russian Revolution. Gangsters, prostitutes, beggars, smugglers: no one escapes the pungent, sinewy force of Babel’s pen.

  5. Odessa Stories by Isaac Babel £ 10.99 Add to basket Buy From Odessa was a uniquely Jewish city, and the stories of Isaac Babel – a Jewish man, writing in Russian, born in Odessa – uncover its tough underbelly. Gangsters, prostitutes, beggars, smugglers: no one escapes the pungent, sinewy force of Babel’s pen.

  6. 23 de jun. de 2018 · The nostalgia for a vanished world in Babel’s Odessa stories became a placeholder for a memory that was lost. The stories, along with the first Red Cavalry stories, made Babel’s reputation when they were published in Moscow in 1923–1924 and have endured ever since as an example of modernist urban prose. Cross-References Odessa in Hebrew Russian

  7. 10 de nov. de 2016 · The final stories in the collection are Babel’s recollections from his own childhood as his family moves from Nikaloyev to Odessa. “The Story of My Dovecote” is both funny and heartbreaking when Babel remembers wanting more than anything else a dovecote as a ten-year-old boy.