- Publishing House: Indigo Publishing
- Year of publication: 2019
- Price: 15.00 Gel
The collection of essays tries to interpret the modern structure of Georgian language; and examines the hierarchy of its linguistic order; formation process of the State language and its inner patterns - dialects and sociolects, depicting various social classes, communities and the languages they talk. Some of these voices and phraseologies are heard nowhere at all; existing only as a background of different linguistic hegemony.
The book is a collection of the author’s personal memories and unique references to Walter Benjamin’s Berlin childhood. The narrative is based on a number of linguistic, mythological, historical and literary theories. Nikolai Marr, Roman Jakobson, Victor Klemperer, Viktor Schlowski, Mikheil Bakhtin, Antonio Gramsci, Pazolin, Paul the Apostle or Lenin are the protagonists of the book.