4 edition of The Chattertooth eleven found in the catalog.
The Chattertooth eleven
|Statement||Eduard Bass, with drawings by Joseph Capek.|
|LC Classifications||PZ3.B2923 Ch|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||106 p. :|
|Number of Pages||106|
|LC Control Number||a 44003835|
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The Chattertooth Eleven book. Read 11 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Inthe same year that saw the establishment of the Cz /5. In the latest part of our series The Czech Books You Must Read, we look at The Chattertooth Eleven: A Tale of a Czech Football Team for Boys Old and Young written by Eduard Bass and published in The humorous novel tells the story of a football loving father, who raises his 11 sons into a full football team.
The novel tells the extraordinary adventures of an ordinary father, Chattertooth, and his eleven sons—whom he has raised as an unbeatable soccer team. This humorous tale—set in the aftermath of World War I—celebrates fair play and perseverance while simultaneously taking a gently ironic stance towards the Czech infatuation with soccer.5/5(1).
Eduard Bass’ The Chattertooth Eleven, a novel about a father who brought up his eleven sons as a phenomenal football team, is one of the famous Czech works of fiction.
It. One of the most famous works of Czech fiction, it relates the story of father Chattertooth, who brought up his eleven sons as a phenomenal soccer team.
It can be read as a celebration of the spirit of fair play, tenaciousness and enthusiasm for sports as well as a slightly ironic story, making fun of the period's fascination with Czech. Inthe same year that saw the establishment of the Czechoslovak Football Association, a former singer and cabaret director from Prague published a novel about soccer.
Eighty-six years later, that novel, Eduard Bass’s The Chattertooth Eleven, has been reprinted more than thirty times, has been made into a film, and has become one of the most popular works of Czech.
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- Bookbyte. The Chattertooth Eleven is subtitled a ‘tale of a Czech football team for boys old and young’. So is this fairy-tale, set in post-war Czechoslovakia, really a book for both young and adult readers.
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Though ever cautious and fearful of the. This is Eleven: the journey of a boy turning eleven on 9/ A best-seller at the 9/11 MEMORIAL MUSEUM, a Kirkus "Best Books" selection, and winner of Writer's Digest and Moonbeam Children's Book awards.5/5(4).
Get this from a library. The Chattertooth Eleven: a tale of a Czech football team for boys old and young. [Eduard Bass] -- Dnes už klasická povídka Eduarda Basse z roku vychází nyní i v anglickém prekladu. Autorkou dodnes aktuálního prevodu, který se vyznacuje tvurcím a hravým prístupem k Bassovu jazyku.
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Read this book using Google Play Books app on your PC, android, iOS devices. Download for offline reading, highlight, bookmark or take notes while you read Thief of Time: A Novel of Discworld/5(). The Chattertooth Eleven讲的是捷克斯洛伐克一个农民生了11个男孩，于是组成了一个足球队，打遍天下无敌手的故事。我记得有个泰国电影讲述的类似的故事，泰国队赢了世界杯之类的幻想。.
Eduard Bass (–) was a Czech prose writer and journalist. He was an editor for the Czech daily the Lidové noviny and from its editor-in-chief. Free E-book Of The Month. One of the most famous works of Czech fiction, it relates the story of father Chattertooth, who brought up his eleven sons as a phenomenal soccer team.
It can be read as a celebration of the spirit of fair play, tenaciousness and enthusiasm for sports as well as a slightly ironic story, making fun of the period's fascination with Czech soccer /5(2). Be Eleven Rita Williams-Garcia. HarperCollins/Amistad, $ (p) ISBN More By and About This Author.
ARTICLES. Q &. The world?s most popular sport, soccer, is also one of the planet?s prevalent cultural expressions, celebrated and debated as an art form, observed with ritual and passion.
Thus it has inspired literary efforts of every sort, from every corner of the globe, by women and men. The writings gathered in this volume reflect the universal and infinitely varied ways in which soccer.
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All this Belongs to Me; Arnošt Lustig: This renowned Czech author left Czechoslovakia after the Prague Spring, but has since ´s been honored for his .The novel tells the extraordinary adventures of an ordinary father, Chattertooth, and his eleven sons whom he has raised as an unbeatable soccer team.
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