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The color of smoke

MenyhГ©rt Lakatos

The color of smoke

an epic novel of the Roma

by MenyhГ©rt Lakatos

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  • 14 Currently reading

Published .
Written in

    Subjects:
  • Romanies,
  • Nazi persecution,
  • Fiction

  • Edition Notes

    Translation of: Füstös képek.

    StatementMenyhért Lakatos ; translated from the Hungarian by Ann Major
    ContributionsMajor, Ann, 1928- translator
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsPH3281.L313 F813 2015
    The Physical Object
    Pagination464 pages
    Number of Pages464
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL27187392M
    ISBN 100985062347
    ISBN 109780985062347
    OCLC/WorldCa889163869

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The color of smoke by MenyhГ©rt Lakatos Download PDF EPUB FB2

Sweeping us into the world of the roma as fascism gathers force and the Holocaust looms on the horizon, The Color of Smoke is a thoroughly absorbing story that abounds in unforgettable characters.

There is the adolescent/5. The first major novel about Eastern Europe's Roma, or Travelers (Gypsies), by a Romani author, The Color of Smoke is both a work of passion chronicling one young man's rise to manhood and an epic work that conjures up a dark era of world history/5(5).

A picaresque tale of the struggles of the Romany (also known as the Gypsies) in Hungary before World War II, appearing for the first time in English since its publication in   The first major novel about Eastern Europe's Roma, or Travelers (Gypsies), by a Romani author, The Color of Smoke is both a work of passion chronicling one young man's rise to manhood and an epic work that conjures up a dark era of world : Ann Major.

The first major novel about The color of smoke book Europe's Roma, or Travelers (Gypsies), by a Romani author, The Color of Smoke is both a work of passion chronicling one young man's rise to manhood and an epic work that conjures up a dark era of world history.

The Color of Smoke An Epic Novel of the Roma (Paperback): Lakatos, Menyhért: The first major novel about Eastern Europe's Roma, or Travelers (Gypsies), by a Romani author, The Color of Smoke is both a work of passion chronicling one young man's rise to manhood and an epic work that conjures up a dark era of world history.

It is an undiscovered classic that has been published in several. The Color of Smoke (Lakatos) I admit it; I judged this book by its cover. I had never read “an epic novel of the Roma.” The blurb said it was “the first novel in which a Gypsy himself depicts his people with complete authenticity.” I was sold.

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A powerful, unforgettable portrayal of how society at large and the Nazis in particular dehumanized the Roma, "The Color of Smoke"is highly recommended. "--"Midwest Book Review" "The Color of Smoke"is a gripping and important narrative of a subjectobscured by myth and misconception.

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