Ivo Andrić was born in in Dolac, near Travnik, in what was then Izabrane pripovetket Pod gradicem: Pripovetke o zivotu bosanskog sela. Ivo Andrić was a Yugoslav novelist, poet, and short story writer, born in Travnik .. Belgrade (short story collection); Izabrane pripovetke. Ivic,Pesikan,Antic – aktivno ucenje Ivo Andrić – Izabrane pripovetke Ivo Andrić – Na Drini ćuprija Ivo Andrić – Prokleta avlija Ivo Andrić – Travnička hronika Ivo.

Author: Yonris Moogushicage
Country: Colombia
Language: English (Spanish)
Genre: Literature
Published (Last): 1 December 2006
Pages: 382
PDF File Size: 11.89 Mb
ePub File Size: 9.98 Mb
ISBN: 347-2-81869-627-2
Downloads: 62198
Price: Free* [*Free Regsitration Required]
Uploader: Kegul

The Modern Novel

Non-Turkish inhabitants welcome them in their own ways: He was thus obliged to cancel all promotional events in Europe and North America, but his works continued to be reprinted and translated into numerous languages. And she can’t grasp all that has happened to me in that time, nor the whole of my crazy, cursed existence. You are commenting using your WordPress. Matica Hrvatska iizabrane, Zagreb short story collection Nove pripovetke.

Athlone Press. Aska, a young lamb, has lost its way in the woods and is confronted by a hungry wolf.

Ivo Andrić – Sabrina Mazzora

Slavica,pp. The Swedish AcademyBibliography.

In prison he wrote his first work, a book of prose poems, Ex Pantofollowed two years later by a similar volume, Nemiri Unrest. Nolit, ; Aska i vuk: Most scholars have interpreted the eponymous bridge as a metonym for Yugoslavia, which was itself a bridge between East and West during the Cold War. Considering the constant changes taking place around the bridge, its permanence serves as a comforting and life-affirming value.


Izabrsne Dictionary of Modern European Literature 2nd ed. Well, I am not afraid of the humans, but of what is inhuman in them. Pripovekte caravansary was also built next to the bridge for tired travelers. Those are ivvo that originated from Turkish, Arabic or Persian language, that found their way into the languages of the South Slavs during Ottoman rule.

Eastern and Western culture intermingled in Bosnia to a far greater extent than anywhere else in the Balkan. The story is completely historical.

From Sarajevo hospital, he was placed in a Reserve hospital in Zenica for a treatment that lasted for several months.

At the time, he was still a secondary school student. The work of the two Western consuls is further complicated by the necessity of playing against each pripoveetke.

This led to a breakdown in relations with Germany and prompted Adolf Hitler to order Yugoslavia’s invasion. Politics of National Peculiarity in Southeastern Europe. It becomes a focal point of life in the town and surrounding villages.

BBC News 6 January His time in France was marked by loneliness and sorrow, for that was a period when all members of his family died. He enrolled that fall at the University of Graz, and in he received his doctorate after defending his dissertation, written in German: In other projects Wikimedia Commons Wikiquote.

This led to his being reprimanded by the university. Both of them, however, have to deal primarily with Turkish viziers, who wield all power and can thwart all their efforts by various means.


The greatest merit of the novel lies in the focused portrait of the protagonist. A number of other cities in the former Yugoslavia also have streets bearing his name. This may have been Chetnik propaganda to counteract the news that a number of intellectuals were swearing allegiance to the Partisans. Words and Images from the Fall of xndric Iron Curtain. Given that most of his friends had already been arrested for nationalist activities, he was certain the same fate would befall him.

He declined and was, in early June andirctaken to now German Belgrade where they kept him under close surveillance. What did you do that for?

Both find themselves under the constant vigil of the distrustful Turks. Mihailovich University of North Carolina. The entire novel chronicles the lives and endeavors of these participants in world politics in a most unlikely place. As he joined a column of refugees, he became ashamed that he was fleeing by himself, in contrast to the masses of people accompanied by their children, spouses and infirm parents.

University of California Press. A Grammar with Sociolinguistic Commentary. Notify me of new comments via email.