A Nomadic Family Of Circus Performers, Refugees From Romania, Travels Through Europe And Africa By Caravan The Mother S Death Defying Act Causes Constant Anxiety For Her Two Daughters, Who Voice Their Fears Through A Grisly Communal Fairy Tale About A Child Being Cooked Alive In Polenta But Their Real Life Is No Less Of A Dark Fable, And One That Seems Just As Unlikely To Have A Happy Ending An Actor And Performance Artist As Well As A Poet And Novelist, Veteranyi Was Acclaimed For Her Seemingly Artless Narrative Voice, In Which Pain And Hilarity Always Vie For The Upper Hand A Voice At Once Lyrical And Jaded, Prurient And Spiritual, Comical And Horrifying.
- 200 pages
- Why the Child is Cooking in the Polenta
- Aglaja Veteranyi
- 18 December 2017 Aglaja Veteranyi