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The Days of the Consuls

Andrić Ivo

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Ivo Andrić (1892 - 1975) is a major twentieth century European writer, winner of the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1961.

Andrić's sweeping novel spans the seven years 1807 - 1814, when French and Austrian consuls served alongside the Turkish Viziers in the remote Bosnian town of Travnik, distant outpost of the Ottoman Empire.

Divided as the community is, Muslims, Catholic and Orthodox Christians, Jews and Gypsies all unite in a common contempt for their visitors. Isolated in a claustrophobic atmosphere of suspicion and mutual distrust, the consuls and Viziers vie with each other, following the fluctuations of their respective foreign policies. When international politics permit however, they console each other as best they can in this harsh and hostile land.

Andrić uses his native Bosnia as a microcosm of human society, stressing its potential for national, cultural and religious misunderstanding and conflict, and identifying the barriers of all kinds that hinder communication between individuals. Written against the, background of violence released in these mixed communities during the Second World War, the novel now has renewed and poignant relevance.


Proizvod je dostupan: NE
Izdavač: Dereta
Prevod sa: srpskohrvatskog Celia Hawkesworth, Bogdan Rakić
ISBN: 9788664570183
Godina izdanja: 2015
Broj stranica: 605
Težina: 691
Tip uveza: tvrdi

O autoru

Ivo Andrić (1892-1975) dobitnik je Nobelove nagrade za književnost 1961. godine. Pored romana Na Drini ćuprija, Travnička hronika, Gospođica, Omerpaša Latas i Prokleta avlija, napisao je veliki broj pripovijedaka. 

Prvu pripovijetku objavio je još 1914. godine, na samom početku svoje književne karijere, a zbirka priča Kuća na osami štampana je posthumno, 1976. godine.


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