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Kao svojevrsni splet memoarskih meditacija, ova se Ćosićeva proza nadaje poput kompleksna hermetičnog štiva, nastalog pod tegobnim bremenom "nekadašnjeg života i zemlje iz koje je taj život istrgnut". Promatrajući s gotovo znanstvenom hladnoćom - kao kunsthistoričarski uzorak - vlastito apatridsko "vegetiranje", čije fragmente razlaže poput krhotina, on fenomen vlastita un ...more
274 pages
Published 2002 by Kultura i rasvjeta
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Bora Ćosić was born in Zagreb in 1932 and lived in Belgrade from 1937, where he studied Philosophy. In the fifties he worked as an editor for various journals and as a translator from Russian (Mayakovsky, Khlebnikov). His first novel, »Kuća lopova« (t: House of thieves), was published in 1956 and is a surrealist examination of social reality in Yugoslavia. Soon his name appeared on the »Black List ...more
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