Staze, lica, predeli

Ivo Andrić

Ivan "Ivo" Andrić (Cyrillic: ??? ??????) was a Yugoslav and a Bosnian novelist, short story writer & Nobel prizewinner. His writings dealt mainly with life in his native Bosnia under the Ottoman Empire. His house in Travnik is now a Museum. His Belgrade flat on Andrićev Venac hosts the Museum of Ivo Andrić & Ivo Andrić Foundation. After WW2, he spent most of his time in his Belgrade home & held ceremonial posts in the Communist government of Yugoslavia & was a Bosnia & Herzegovina parliamentarian. In '61, he was awarded the Nobel Prize for Literature "for the epic force with which he has traced themes & depicted human destinies drawn from the history of his country". He donated the prize money to libraries in Bosnia & Herzegovina. He was member of the Serbian Academy of Sciences & Arts. His works include The Bridge on the Drina, Bosnian Chronicle (aka Chronicles of Travnik), The Woman from Sarajevo. Those were released in '45 & written during WW2 while he was living quietly in Belgrade. They're often referred to as the "Bosnian Trilogy" as they were released simultaneously & had been written in the same period. However, they're connected only thematically. Ex Ponto ('18) Unrest (Nemiri, '20) The Journey of Alija Đerzelez (Put Alije Đerzeleza, '20) The Vizier's Elephant (Priča o vezirovom slonu, '48; tr. '62) The Damned Yard (Prokleta avlija, '54) Omer-Pasha Latas(Omerpaša Latas, released posthumously in '77)

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