Robert Perisic in B O D Y

“All courses start in the fall, when a man has to start something, turn things around, survive.
It’s always great in the beginning, but there’s a point with people like him, people who never make a second payment for their German, karate, creative writing, yoga…”

From a short prose piece – “All Courses Start In The Fall”- by the author of the novel Our Man in Iraq, Robert Perišić, translated from the Croatian by Tomislav Kuzmanović. There will be another piece by Perišić upcoming.

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