By Drago Jancar & Dalkey Dalkey
Yr 5 of the simplest eu Fiction sequence brings one other crop of state-of-the-art brief tales from around the continent. From Belarus to Wales! Translated from greater than 25 languages and highlighting the longer term luminaries and revolutionaries of foreign literature. lovers of the sequence will locate every little thing they have grown to like, whereas new readers will notice what they have been missing!
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Some of us are kind of freaked out—we’re not allowed to walk on the street, which means that now we’re giving the cops the right to detain everybody. Or if they don’t detain us right away, they’ll wait, and then, when we disperse, they’ll pick us up one by one. But, fuck it. We keep walking anyway. There are about two hundred of us left. We hold hands so the cops can’t grab any one person, and then walk down the street. Cops are walking behind us and on both sides of us, but they’re quiet and they haven’t laid a finger on anyone yet.
In fact, there are already two piles of dried up shit on the ground behind the garage. I pick a place where I won’t step in them and pull down my pants. It would, of course, be hilarious if the riot police took a look behind the garage and caught me in such a state. I hear a noise, some screams, from around the wall. Somebody’s getting nailed. Steam rises up from my pile of shit. I take a piece of paper out of my pocket. ” I got it from Sakovich, who’s a fifth-year. We’d scattered them all around in the auditorium.
When the sequence in question came up again, I had no more doubts. Many years had gone by between Simple Cops and the shooting of The Cleveland Ultimatum. His beard had grayed. His hair had thinned. But it was him, in his old yellow parka, that I saw on a street corner, with two other vagrants. I was flabbergasted. On my way out of the theatre, I was assailed by all manner of thoughts. Quite banal ones, really. I thought that while my life had just taken a turn for the better, other lives had remained inexorably stuck at an impasse.
Best European fiction 2014 by Drago Jancar & Dalkey Dalkey