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Baiut Alley Lads

Baiut Alley Lads by Filip Florian, ISBN: 9781841022673
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ISBN: 9781841022673
Publisher: University of Plymouth Press
Published: 19 November, 2010
Format: Hardcover
Language: English

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Baiut Alley Lads

Two brothers, Filip and Matei, are growing up in a totalitarian society. Every day life is recounted through their young eyes. Their story is one of childish naivety set against a backdrop of life imposed by communism. Their world is filled with characters from children s television, broadcast by the official communist media, alongside magazines and cinema. Joe Lemonade , Giani Morandi , Rome Specs and Brooslee accentuate the absurdity and grotesqueness of their surroundings. The brothers become close through a shared love of football, supporting the same team, Dinamo Bucuresti. Ultimately, The Baiut Alley Lads is a novel about miracles that take place within a nightmare, regardless of whether they occur in an obscure lane in an obscure district of a country kept in obscurity by communist dictatorship.

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