Ivo Andrić

a writer"s life
  • 121 Pages
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  • English
Zadužbina Ive Andrića , Belgrade
Andrić, Ivo, -- 1892-1975, Authors, Serbian -- 20th century -- Biog
Statementby Radovan Popović ; translated by Karin Radovanović.
LC ClassificationsPG1418.A6 Z83813 1989
The Physical Object
Pagination121 p., [2] p. of plates :
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL14683402M
ISBN 108674130365

A sweeping epic by Nobel Prize-winner Ivo Andrić about power, identity, and Islam set in 19th-century Ottoman Bosnia and Istanbul. Omer Pasha Latas is set in nineteenth-century Sarajevo, where Muslims and Christians live in uneasy proximity while entertaining a common resentment of faraway Ottoman rule.

Omer is the seraskier, commander in chief of the Sultan’s armies, and as the book begins. Looking for books by Ivo Andrić. See all books authored by Ivo Andrić, including Na Drini ćuprija, and Bosnian Chronicle: A Novel, and more on Ivo Andric's Bosnian Chronicle is a splendid book in a marvelous translation.

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Ivo Andrić Set in the town of Travnik, Bosnian Chronicle presents the struggle for supremacy in a region that stubbornly refuses to submit to any outsider. The era is Napoleonic and the novel, both in its historical scope and psychological subtlety, Tolstoyan.

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Ivo Andrić was Yugoslavia's best known and most successful literary figure, and was awarded the Nobel Prize in Literature in He was born to Antun Andrić and Katarina Pejić near Travnik on 9 Octoberbut spent most of his childhood in the town of Višegrad.

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Životopis. Ivo se je Andrić rodio u hrvatskoj obitelji Antuna Andrića, sudskoga podvornika i Katarine Pejić. U dobi od dvije godine ostaje bez oca i uskoro se s majkom seli u Višegrad kod očeve sestre Ane i njezinog muža Ivana Matkovšika, graničnog policajca.

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Ivo Andrić – Wikipedia. Return to Book Page. The consul explained to the Vizier, as best he could, what a theatre was, what it looked like and what was the aim and zndric of acting. Google 7 January In other projects Wikimedia Commons Wikiquote.

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Mohan, Des Moines Sunday Register Born in Bosnia, Ivo Andric () was a distinguished diplomat and novelist/5(8). “The Bridge on the Drina” a Book by Ivo Andrić Essay Symbolism of the Bridge at Visegrad In the history of Yugoslavian literature very few authors can claim to have drawn the attention of their audience precisely while they maintained their reluctance to take a certain stance on an issue, such as Ivo Andrić.

Ivo Andrić was born in in Dolac, near Travnik, in what was then Austro-Hungary and is now Bosnia. His father, a coppersmith, died of tuberculosis when he was two and he was brought up by his uncle and aunt in Višegrad, known for its bridge over the river Drina, which would be. The Bridge on the Drina is a vivid depiction of the suffering history has imposed upon the people of Bosnia from the late 16th century to the beginning of World War I.

As we seek to make sense of the current nightmare in this region, this remarkable, timely book serves as a reliable guide to its people and history."No better introduction to the study of Balkan and Ottoman history exists, nor /5(49).

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Ivo Andrić is almost like a Balkan “Mark Twain” so great were his powers of observation about human nature, sometimes wryly so. You can not read this book without feeling he has an enormous love for humanity because he can describe people at their worst, their weakest, and best with such compassion and grace, it’s impossible not to love.

Ivo Andrić: | | | |Ivo Andrić| | | | | ||| World Heritage Encyclopedia, the aggregation of the largest online encyclopedias available, and the most definitive. Ivo Andrić, writer of novels and short stories in the Bosnian/Croatian/Serbian language, who was awarded the Nobel Prize for Literature in Andrić studied in Poland and Austria.

His potential as a writer of both prose and verse was recognized early.

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Ivo Andrić. 85 likes. Ivan "Ivo" Andrić (Cyrillic: Иво Андрић) (October 9, – Ma ) was a Yugoslav novelist, short story writer, and the winner of the Nobel Prize in Literature.How did a man like Ivo Andrić come to understand so well the soul of an inconsequential diplomat from a time so different from his own?

When he himself as a young diplomat was posted to Paris he found in the archives—and studied obsessively—the letters and reports of the real-life models for Daville and Des Fossés, eventually even.Ivo Andrić, trans.

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