The Sorrow of Miles Franklin Beneath Mount Kajmakcalan

Author(s): Ivan Capovski

General Fiction

In the latter years of World War I, renowned Australian writer Miles Franklin travels to the Macedonian Front, joining as a nurse at the Scottish Women's Hospital near Mt. Kajmakcalan. Soldiers from many nations surge across a Macedonia that has been partitioned, absorbed by its neighbours. Its people struggle to survive in the face of staggering losses and being forcibly conscripted into foreign armies ghting on their soil. Amidst it all, Miles captures the names and hopes of the oppressed, recording their travails, their quiet triumphs, and the turmoil of a nation aected by events beyond its control. is ctionalised account of a short period from Miles Franklin's life is based on her own writing and contemporaneous documents, supported by extensive additions from local history and culture.

First English Edition translated by Paul Filev.


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General Fields

  • : 9784908793455
  • : Cadmus Press
  • : books

Special Fields

  • : Ivan Capovski