The Yellow Arrow

The Yellow Arrow

Book - 1996
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THE YELLOW ARROW is a Russian train speeding toward a ruined bridge, a train without an end or a beginningand it makes no stops. Andrei, the mystic passenger, less and less lulled by the never-ending sound of the wheels, has begun to look for a way to get off. But life in the carriages goes on as always. This important young Russian author's first American translation garnered rave reviews.
Publisher: New York : New Directions, 1996.
ISBN: 9780811213240
0811213242
Branch Call Number: FIC/PELEVIN
Characteristics: 92 p. ; 19 cm.
Additional Contributors: Bromfield, Andrew

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