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Prejaka reč
Branko Miljković
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Prejaka reč

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147 pages
Published 1992 by Winner Broker
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Branko Miljković was an iconic Serbian poet. He was best known across Yugoslavia and the Soviet bloc for his influential writings. He died prematurely in 1961 at the age of 27, found hanging from a tree in Zagreb. This controversial incident was officially recorded as a suicide. In his one-line poem "Epitaph," he writes "Ubi me prejaka reč" ("I was killed by too strong a word") almost sensing his ...more
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