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Bij de Hyperboreeërs: roman over Rome

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455 pages
Published 2007 by De Arbeiderspers (first published January 1st 1966)
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Luka Račić
Twas the night before the WWII and one finds Crnjanski in Rome, "carefree, tender and airy" more than ever in his life, although the tension and despair of the incoming destruction are inevitable and omnipresent.
He is discussing Michelangelo and Tasso, but the centripetal force of the work is not his Angst, that somber friend of every expressionist, but gentle reverie of the icy Arctic, a place where "rari sunt Zephyri", all this from the perspective of the Mediterranean.
In that shadowy lane be
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Miloš Crnjanski (in Serbian Cyrillic: Милош Црњански, pronounced [mîlɔʃ t͡srɲǎnskiː]; 26 October 1893 - 30 November 1977) was a poet of the expressionist wing of Serbian modernism, author, and a diplomat. From his beginnings as a journalist whose social-political stance was at one moment openly opposed to freedom and progress, he gradually arose to become a poet and romanticist.
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