Scholarship as the Art of Life: Contributions on Serbian Literature, Culture, and Society by Friends of Radmila (Rajka) Gorup

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Abstract

The authors represented in this volume include academics from the US, UK, Europe, Australia and Serbia,who work across the disciplines of Serbian linguistics, art, literature and society. They are: Ranko Bugarski, Svetlana Rakic, Marijeta Bozovic, Vladimir Zoric, Jovana Babovic, Zoran Milutinovic, Aleksandar Boskovic, Dragan Kujundzic, Marija Mitrovic, Tomislav Longinovic, Tatjana Aleksic, Nina Zivancevic, and Slobodanka Vladiv-Glover. The topics cover the poetics of the River Danube, the domestication of urban fun in interwar Belgrade, readings of Mesa Selimovic's novel "Dervis i smrt" ["The Dervish and Death"], the plight of the children of Bosnia, Serb-Krajina and Kosovo in the 1990s war, Serbian cinema of war, the holocaust in the works of Alexander Tishma, the reading of Milos Crnjanski's works through the motifs of the bridge and water, and a creative poem in exile, dedicated to Rajka Gorup by the Serbian poetess, Nina Zivancevic, who lives in Paris.
Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationBloomington Indiana
PublisherSlavica
Number of pages235
ISBN (Print)9780893574505
Publication statusPublished - 2016

Keywords

  • Serbian literature
  • Serbian culture
  • Serbian society
  • Serbian linguistics
  • Serbian postmodern art

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Scholarship as the Art of Life : Contributions on Serbian Literature, Culture, and Society by Friends of Radmila (Rajka) Gorup. / Vladiv-Glover, Slobodanka Millicent.

Bloomington Indiana : Slavica, 2016. 235 p.

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