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One of the most gripping novels in the “Hot Zone” style I have ever read is ” Rabies” (Besnilo) by Borislav Pekic. The genetically engineered. Borislav Pekic is considered one of the most important literary figures of the 20th century, continually attracting the attention of literary scholars and the public at. Besnilo by Borislav Pekić Nakot by Goran Skrobonja Peščana hronika by Pavle .. Told throughout the rabies epidemic on an airport, Pekic also makes certain.

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The novel’s plot revolves around rabes outbreak of an extremely virulent form of rabiesintroduced to the London Heathrow Airport by a puppy smuggled from Israel on an Alitalia jet headed for New York City.

Besnilo by Borislav Pekić

Nema tu skromnog ustezanja. The book can be read on different levels and has a philosophical and even a religious message. I also loved the way he managed to find perfect places for a myriad of lovely written, insightful sentences which describe attitudes towards life, progress, humanity. Lists with This Book.

Uzivao sam u svakoj procitanoj stranici. The virus gets turned loose at the London’s Heathrow Airport. All of a sudden, he, in himself begins to feel a sudden change – he begins to feel as if the whole of humanity is merely there to exist on his mercy, mercy no one has yet deserved, including this creature in front of him that tries to mimic his sudden, smooth and elegant moves.

Jan 14, Jovan D. By using this site, you agree to the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy. This apocalyptic thriller deals with mankind and the nature of our civilization. English Choose a language for shopping. Borislav Pekic is considered one of the most important literary figures of the 20th century, continually attracting the attention of literary scholars and the public at large. The author has, within the framework or those genres, set up many of the ideas he had been working on in his previous published opus.

Besnilo — Atlantida — 1. At the last meeting with Gabriel, concidering him a Heathrow Angel, Leverquin gave him his notes. He describes the Heathrow outbreak as contained, and documents that debate is being held as to what to do with the ruins of the once great airplane hub and Gabriel latest escape from mental hospital.


Writer thinks that Gabriel is needed somewhere. Are you an author? Aug 04, M rated it it was amazing. A bit longer than the usual thriller length, but Pekic’s prose makes it extremely interesting throughout.

Retrieved from ” https: Thanks for telling us about the problem. The disease causes another kind of rabies in us, a kind of rabies that casts a shadow over our lives, the kind we read, listen and learn about, the kind we have to face in both our lives and our history, the rabies that each and every one of us carries inside.

Besnilo — Atlantida — 3 books. So, if you’d like to give it a shoot Refresh and try again. Provide feedback lekic this page.

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It is an analysis and a critique of our materialistic civilization, our rationalistic views on life, founded on possession and possessiveness, as well as the morality, which evolves from it.

Oni su samo bolesni. The book ends with the epilogue written by rabbies supposed author, who while visiting Gabriel at the mental hospital found out about destiny of Heathrow prisoners and his friend, Daniel Leverquin, ranies was at the airport and chronicled the epidemic.

Luke Komarovsky, becomes informed that a nun from a convent near Lagos Nigeria, who was travelling on the Alitalia Boeing en route to New York City via Heathrow, has become ill. An incisive, sceptical but richly creative mind peiic as his can, in a bofislav of chaos and destruction such as that engulfing his native Yugoslavia, offer a lifeline of sanity in borislqv face of despair.

Oct 08, Milica rated it it was amazing. And this is a link that leads to the rest of the book Luke volunteers to go and find one, not knowing that the rabies is already in the tower, since one of the members of the Aviation Security personnel has smuggled into the building a stewardess of the KLM airline with the idea to charge her safety for sexual favors, not knowing she was already infected, and thus infected him as well.


Futurologija u svom najlepsem obliku. To je gola metafizika situacije. Get fast, free shipping with Amazon Prime.

Komarowsky, who in the past has been a scientist, was working, along with three other doctors, each of whom will make an appearance later in the book: Procitao sam blrislav knjigu kao izbornu lektiru u srednjoj skoli potpuno me je iznenadila u skoro svakom segmentu njena akcija, tehnologija, lokacija. Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. Shadow peekic he saw in his dreams. The incubation period of less than two hours is something never seen before. To je sudbina svih ljudskih radnji.

The Rabies, by Borislav Pekic. After some haggling about possible nuclear war resulting from it, pressure put on the British Prime Minister by US President, and Shurov’s boris,av backing down, an agreement is reached that suits all three of them – if the serum fails British will conduct the sanitation, but the force doing it will have a UN mandate thus relieving British PM from the eventuality he’d have to make and carry the costs of the decision alone.

He is, except for a small group of Jewish survivors or rather their offspring, for no one survived his experiments, completely unknown to history he was rabiss photographed, the couple hundred deaths his experiments led to are attributed to Mengele and other medical personnel in the camp. In the final phases it explores the prehistoric mythical roots of our civilization, of the Pelage and the Palaeobalkanic era, were there where no boundaries between the possible and the impossible.

The narrative is linked to its appropriate time, and through differences and analogies, the author tries to decipher mythology as the quintessence of human history. There’s a problem loading this menu right now.