Part of the Peter Owen World Series: Slovenia
Dušan Šarotar takes the reader on a deeply reflective yet kaleidoscopic journey from northern to southern Europe. In a manner reminiscent of W.G. Sebald, Šarotar supplements the narrative with photographs, which help to blur the lines between fiction and journalism. The writer’s experience of landscape is bound up in a personal yet elusive search for self-discovery, as he and a diverse group of international fellow travellers relate in their individual and distinctive voices their unique stories and their common quest for somewhere they might call home.
Translated from the Slovene by Rawley Grau
Panorama was Nick Lezard's Choice in The Guardian. Read the review here
The Peter Owen World Series is a collaborative project with Istros Books bringing you a selection of three books from one language, culture or geographical region twice a year.
DUŠAN ŠAROTAR is a poet, novelist, screenwriter, journalist and an important cultural figure in the Balkans. His short stories and poems have been translated into several languages. His novels Billiards at the Hotel Dobray (2007) and Panorama (2014) were nominated for the Kresnik Award for the best novel written in Slovenian.
|Date Published||17th November 2016|
- Product Code: Paperback
- Author: Dusan Sarotar