Contemporary Croatian prose.

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Association of Croat Writers , Zagreb
Croatian prose literature -- Translations into English., Authors, Croa
Other titlesBridge (Zagreb).
LC ClassificationsPG1695.E8 C6 1970
The Physical Object
Pagination v. :
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Open LibraryOL21605924M

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THE PICADOR BOOK OF CONTEMPORARY EAST EUROPEAN PROSE Edited by MICHAEL MARCH PICADOR. Contents Editor's Acknowledgements xv Preface xvii Introduction Translated from the Croatian by Maja Soljan David Albahari - The Pope 24 Translated from the. This strict chronological limitation excluded even the distinguished names of Tin Ujević () and Antun Branko Šimić (), who flourished in this century and who with Antun Gustav Matoš () are considered the most influential masters, teachers, and progenitors of modern Croatian poetry and of Croatia's contemporary poets.

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Three Croatian authors will participate at the Leipzig Book. If Croatian literature in the s was marked by a series of questions – about continuity and discontinuity, about changes in the genre system and the emergence of a new poetics – contemporary Croatian literature is characterized by a steady output, predominantly of novels and short story collections.

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Extant ecclesiastical works survive from the 11th century, and by the second half of the 15th century Croatian literature embraced biblical stories, legends, folklore, and popular stories.

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