Uhvati zeca

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Luis Kerol i Elena Ferante u potrazi za belim zecom susreli su se u Zemlji čuda na brdovitom Balkanu. Nema tako crne noći kao one kroz koju kao kroz fantazmagoriju putuju dve bivše prijateljice u priči poput prosutog mastila raširenoj belinom papira. Gotovo kao Alisino spuštanje u utrobu sna, roman „Uhvati zeca“ formira Rošrahovu mrlju sećanja na jedno detinjstvo, prijateljstvo, jednu ljubav i jednu zemlju. Šta će otkriti na kraju putovanja, novi početak ili se sve užižilo u zenici zečjeg oka, to je ona mreža iščekivanja koju Lana Bastašić plete od samog početka.
„Uhvati zeca“ je prvi roman u našoj književnosti o ženskom prijateljstvu u svojoj nimalo romantičnoj verziji. Bilo je očekivano da će se u 21. veku i kod nas pojaviti narativ o komplikovanom i u isto vreme opčinjavajućem odnosu dve osobe povezane suprotnostima od rođenja do konačnog buđenja. Ako je buđenje uopšte moguće u jednoj napaćenoj zemlji čuda gde nikada nije do kraja jasno na kojoj strani ogledala se nalazimo.
(Jasmina Vrbavac)

Luis Kerol i Elena Ferante u potrazi za belim zecom susreli su se u Zemlji čuda na brdovitom Balkanu. Nema tako crne noći kao one kroz koju kao kroz fantazmagoriju putuju dve bivše prijateljice u priči poput prosutog mastila raširenoj belinom papira. Gotovo kao Alisino spuštanje u utrobu sna, roman „Uhvati zeca“ formira Rošrahovu mrlju sećanja na jedno detinjstvo, prijateljstvo, jednu ljubav i jednu zemlju.

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    Uhvati zeca Reviews

  • Fran

    "Writers are cartographers of inner worlds...literature is there precisely as a means of questioning our idea of what is real...whether this reality is the same for both you and I."-Lana Bastasic (Int...

  • Teresa

    The blurb on the cover describes this novel as “Lewis Carroll meets Elena Ferrante in a Balkanized Wonderland.” That’s a fair assessment, especially in regards to its Ferrante comparison: a cond...

  • Claire Reads Books

    Damn, what a trip 🥵...

  • Dawn

    This is one of the last books I read in 2020 and also one of the best. The writing itself is amazing (with the English translation done by the author herself); a book with hardly a wasted word makes q...

  • Jenny (Reading Envy)

    I was glad to read Catch the Rabbit during the Balkans month of the Readtheworld21 challenge, plus the exyulit celebration, both in Instagram. And it had just showed up last month or so because of my ...

  • Emily M

    *On a second read through I am more impressed than ever with the structure, the intertextuality and the forward motion, particularly of the first and last chapters.This is a dark tale of a lost friend...

  • Lou

    Catch the Rabbit is a dynamic and moving story of friendship, growing up and the impact of the Balkan War in the 1990s on an entire generation. As young girls, they were inseparable, although they cou...

  • Inside My Library Mind

    More reviews up on my blog Inside My Library Mind Another fact is that a road-trip story makes sense only when the travelers, albeit wrongly, believe in reaching the finish line, the journey’s ...

  • Barbara Powell

    I’m not completely sure that I understood this book but what I did, seemed very deep and complex (that could be why I didn’t understand it all) It’s a moving story about women who met in school ...

  • Joseph

    Sara, a Bosnian writer and poet, has settled down in Dublin, and has more or less succeeded in forgetting her past, her country of origin and the uncomfortable memories of a fractured, post-war state....