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A successor to the earlier 33 rakontoj , this work contains some short stories, excerpts from novels, vignettes, and occasional anecdotes by about authors. Included is Reto Rossetti's classical and very tongue-in-cheek essay about the English "La eternaj angloj". The Okemo employees who wander in by accident look very, very confused. In he emigrated from Yugoslavia to Britain via France, became a British citizen in , and worked as a professor of law in London. When Nyamuragi, an adolescent mute, attempts to ask a young woman in rural Burundi for directions to an appropriate place to relieve himself, his gestures are mistaken as premeditation for rape.