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Issue - Happiness, wintry weather 2005: 189 pgs
The aftermath of Bush’s moment election. thought after the autumn. Literary readings: cancel them. “Is J. M. Coetzee terrified of life?” Elif Batuman brings Isaac Babel‘s final dwelling kinfolk to California. George Scialabba massacres Christopher Hitchens.
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They grew young,” Babel’s Chinese, “they aged, broke windows, beat up a woman, organized this or that”; he hadn’t finished with them when he went to the front in 1920. ” Which brings me to the really amazing thing about the “Enigma of Babel” conference: in attendance were two Chinese filmmakers whose adaptation of the Red Cavalry cycle, Qi Bing Jun, was projected to open in Shanghai in 2005. Now we really had it all: a university, free food, and, to crown it off, the Chinese. The screenwriter, Tianbing Wang, was tall, smiled a lot, and spoke good English; the director, Delin Ma, was short, serious, and didn’t seem to speak at all.
Unfortunately, Krumm’s talk was poorly received. ’” It seems that many of the documents that Krumm had been unable to access in the archives had long since been published. “You can buy this in the Barnes & Noble,” someone said. Krumm had also made some provocative claims about the twenty-four—in his telling, twenty-five— folders, which led finally to a free-for-all about whether the folders were still conceivably buried in some archive, and what was, or had been, in them. Suggestions included a sequel to Babel’s mysterious play Maria, a novella called Kolya Topuz (the socialization of an Odessa gangster), more Red Cavalry stories, and a full-length novel about the Cheka.
Do you think you can get Pirozhkova and Lidiya from the airport? You can’t miss them. ” “Well, it’s kind of a funny story, but maybe I should tell you later. ” I hung up the phone and rushed outside to dump all the garbage that had accumulated in my car. I realized then that I didn’t remember Antonina Pirozhkova’s patronymic. I ran back inside and looked her up on Google. The patronymic was Nikolaevna. I was halfway out the door when I realized I had forgotten how to say “He broke his foot” in Russian.
n+1, Issue 2: Happiness (Winter 2005)