Diary of a Blood Donor

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Dalkey Archive Press, 2008 - 212 Seiten
In this contemporary retelling of Bram Stoker's Dracula, Estonian writer Mati Unt offers a playful yet unsettling mixture of fact and fiction, combining pieces of Estonian political history - in particular the figure of Lydia Koidula (1843-1886), widely regarded as the first Estonian woman to express an Estonian longing for independence - with portraits of life in contemporary Estonia, all set against a backdrop of vampirism and the Gothic novel.
 

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Mati Unt (1944–2005) was an Estonian writer who began his writing career at the age of nineteen, with a “naive novel” entitled Goodbye, Yellow Cat. From this early beginning, Unt established a broad reputation in the artistic and intellectual circles of Estonia as a writer of fiction, plays, and criticism. His novels The Debt, On the Existence of Life in Outer Space, Murder in a Hotel, The Autumn Ball, and Things in the Night, among others, established Unt as one of the most prolific and well-regarded novelists in Estonia. In ad

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