Serbian Literature

Serbian literature refers to literature written in Serbian and/or in Serbia.
The history of Serbian literature begins with theological works from the 10th- and 11th centuries, developing in the 13th century by Saint Sava and his disciples. With the fall of Serbia and neighbouring countries in the 15th century, there is a gap in the literary history, it is briefly revived in the 18th century by writers in Vojvodina, then under Austro-Hungarian rule. Serbia gains independence following the Serbian Revolution (1804-1815) and Serbian literature has since prospered.

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Nečista krv
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Dobrica Ćosić
Ja smatram da postoje svi razlozi za život, ali ne uvek, ne i za svakoga. Ponekad nema smisla živeti samo života radi. Ali o tome ne možemo ubedljivo razgovarati. Ni sporiti. Sva su ta velika pitanja života sasvim lična stvar.
Dobrica Ćosić, Vreme smrti, knjiga III

Dobrica Ćosić
Rat je najgori ljudski posao, Ivane. Uvek zlo ratuje. Ponekad taj strašni posao pokreće pravda. Neko ga radi da bi živeo. Mi Srbi radimo za život. Idi s voljom da živiš. I s verom pošao, sine.
Dobrica Ćosić, Vreme smrti, knjiga II

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