Passport to Yesterday Hardcover – 21 Apr 2004
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"These characters are more than alive. They are our relatives, members of our family, neighbours. It's a strange, unusual, mysterious impression."
"The translator, Thomas Moore, has shortened the Russian title from "Visa "to" The Day Before Yesterday," and this is not our only debt of gratitude to him: he has done a good job of conveying Druzhnikov s deceptively simple prose with its ironies and hints of unstated emotion." "Financial Times""
"These characters are more than alive. They are our relatives, members of our family, neighbours. It s a strange, unusual, mysterious impression." Heinrich Boll"
"Slender, delicate and written in a voice that manages to combine plainness and poetry, horror and humour, in a quite extraordinary way." "Literary Review""
About the Author
YuriDruzhnikov is a professor at the University of California, Davis. He is the author of a number of works of fiction and non-fiction and he was nominated by Poland for the Nobel prize."