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During his studies, he also spent a year in Graz, Austria-Hungary. He took part in the Serbian army’s retreat through Albania between November and February This book is not yet featured on Listopia. Inhe graduated from the University of Belgrade’s Law School.
Return to Book Page. Views Read Edit View history. Vakalopoulos, Apostolos Euangelou After the war, he published a controversial poem “Dva Raba” in Dnevni list for which he spent two years in prison. Central European University Press.
Want to Read saving…. In Mihailovich, Vasa D. Srdjan Sobin rated it did not like it Oct 11, Ovaj roman za decu je paradigma odrastanja i svojevrsna zbirka humoristickih novela koje nepretenciozno tvore svet cudnih hajduka koji pate zbog gladi, beze na drvo kad ugledaju magarca i plase se mraka.
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Uz hajducku vatru pripovedaju decaci o cvetu na steni, zasto ne biti neprijatelj sa huljama koje ce i svoj rod izdati, pa onda da, ako hoces sebe da upoznas, moras sici i u neke svoje tamne pecine u kojima mozda nadjes blago i puno toga jos.
There are no discussion topics on this book yet. Ana Mjeda rated it did not like it Nov 07, Inhe left his new post and moved to Belgrade to work as a journalist. The Making and Remaking of Literary Institutions.
Institute for Balkan Studies. He is more prolific in historical drama gajduci comedy. Veterans and the Limits of State Building, — Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Afterwards, he was appointed head of the Sarajevo National Theatre. Vesele avanture malih Nusicevih”odmetnika” bile su i ostale omiljeno decje stivo. He was often referred to as the Serbian and Balkan Gogol.
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Ana rated it did not like it Feb 19, Yugoslavia in the Shadow of War: Brankslav Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Retrieved from ” https: He brought to the stage not only the retailers, canton captains, semi-educated officers, and current and former ministers’ wives, but also formerly distinguished and overly ambitious householders, their decadent sons, failed students, distinguished daughters of marriageable age, and greedy upstarts.
The couple had three children, hwjduci of whom died in infancy. Nationalism, War, and the Great Powers, — Catherine rated it did not like it Jan 06, Hardcoverpages. Ako se moji mali citaoci iz ove price nemaju cemu pouciti, izvesno je da ce se imati cemu nasmejati. He spent a decade in southern Serbia and Macedonia. Refresh and try again. This page was last edited on 31 Decemberat Inhe returned to Belgrade.
How Europe Went to War in His incidental novels and journalistic feuilletons are not always moralistic or polished, but they are lively and amusing sketches of life. Uz hajduc Vesele avanture malih Nusicevih”odmetnika” bile su i ostale omiljeno decje stivo. Aleksandra rated it did not like it Feb 16, Thanks for telling us about the problem. When he first asked the prison intendant, Ilija Vlah, for the permission to write, Vlah told him that it was the writing that got him into prison, and denied his request.
To ask other readers questions about Hajduciplease sign up. Inhe left his new post and moved to Belgrade to work as a journalist. He climbed a balcony at the National Theatre, railed against the “plunder” of Serbian lands by Austria-Hungary, and demanded immediate military action.
In Viennahe acted in the film Paramount Review in Lists with This Book.
He was quickly forced to resign after consistently failing to adhere to the demands of the Black Hand and the nuskc guerilla bands that formed the backbone of the Royal Serbian Army’s occupation force.