The Satire of Alek Popov: A Review by Ellis Shuman — Global Literature in Libraries Initiative

by Владимир Сабоурин

In the opening chapters of Mission London by Alek Popov (Istros Books, November 2014, translated by Daniella and Charles Gill de Mayol de Lupe), the staff of the Bulgaria’s UK Embassy awaits the arrival of the newly appointed ambassador. “They sat fidgeting … beneath the map of Bulgaria, with its cold pink and yellow colouring. […]

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