Weasels in the attic

180,00 kr

Weasels in the Attic is a cycle of short stories about motherhood and parenthood in Japan, told from a man's perspective. In the book , Oyamada depicts repressed aspects of modern life, with the surrealist sensibility and disturbing emotional tone that is her literary signature.

The book was written by Japanese Hiroko Oyamada and translated by Danish Mette Holm. Oyamada has previously received Japan's most distinguished literary prize, the Akutagawa Prize, for other works.

The book has 120 pages.

ISBN: 9788797448502

Number of pages: 120

Goal: 13.2 × 1.1 × 20.8 cm

Language: Danish

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