qThis volume gathers eight works that show Platonov at his tenderest, warmest, and subtlest. Among them are qThe Return, q about an officer's difficult homecoming at the end of World War II; qThe River Potudan, q an account of a troubled marriage; and the title novella, the tale of a young man unexpectedly transformed by his return to his Asian birthplace, where he finds his people deprived not only of food and dwelling, but of memory and speech.q--BOOK JACKET.aquot;This volume gathers eight works that show Platonov at his tenderest, warmest, and subtlest.
|Title||:||Soul and Other Stories|
|Author||:||Andreĭ Platonovich Platonov, Robert Chandler|
|Publisher||:||New York Review of Books - 2008|