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Quiet Flows the Una

Šehić Faruk

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Quiet Flows the Una is the story a man trying to overcome the personal trauma caused by the war in Bosnia and Herzegovina between 1992 and 1995. The book covers three time periods, taking in the hero's childhood before the war, the battle lines during the war, and his attempt to continue with normal life in a post-conflict society. Through his meditative prose, Sehic attempts to reconstruct the life of a man who is bipolar in nature; being both a veteran and a poet. At times, he manages to pick up the pieces of his life, but at other times it escapes him. His memories of the recent war and the killings are "dirty and disgusting", while he views his present as humdrum and his identity feels incomplete. With the help of his memories, he uses his mind and strength to look for a way out of the maze in which he is confined, acting as both archivist and chronicler of the past - roles that allow him the opportunity to rebuild everything again. In parallel to this story, the book's passages on the city next to the river Una take on mythical and dreamlike dimensions.

Here, the novel expands into a poetic description of nature, seasons, flora and fauna, as well as childhood memories not yet tainted by all that will happen after 1992. The book is dedicated to people who believe in the power and beauty of life in the face of death and mass destruction.
Proizvod je dostupan: DA
Izdavač: Istros Books
Prevod sa: BHS Will Firth
ISBN: 9781908236494
Godina izdanja: 2016
Broj stranica: 200
Težina: 230
Tip uveza: meki

O autoru

Rođen 1970. u Bihaću, u SFRJ. Do izbijanja rata u Bosni i Hercegovini studirao je Veterinarski fakultet u Zagrebu. Bio je pripadnik Armije BiH, jedanput teško ranjen.

Objavio je sljedeće knjige: Pjesme u nastajanju (2000), Hit depo (2003), Pod pritiskom (2004), Transsarajevo (2006), Hit depo, Pod pritiskom, Transsarajevo, Apokalipsa iz Recycle bina/Dodatne scene (2007, 2018), Knjiga o Uni (2011), Moje rijeke (2014) i Priče sa satnim mehanizmom (2018). Književni kritičari ga često nazivaju glasom pregažene generacije pisaca rođenih sedamdesetih u Jugoslaviji, koje su ratovi i raspad zajedničke države biografski i tematski obilježili.

Za roman Knjiga o Uni je dobio nagradu Meša Selimović za najbolji roman objavljen na govornom području Bosne i Hercegovine, Srbije, Hrvatske i Crne Gore u 2011. godini, i nagradu Evropske unije za književnost – EUPL 2013. Za knjigu pjesama Moje rijeke je dobio nagradu Risto Ratković za najbolju objavljenu knjigu pjesama u Srbiji, BiH, Hrvatskoj i Crnoj Gori za 2013./2014. i Godišnju nagradu Društva pisaca BiH za 2014. Dobitnik je i nagrade Premio Internazionale Camaiore 2019. za knjigu izabranih pjesama Ritorno alla natura/Povratak prirodi.

Knjige su mu prevođene na turski, slovenski, mađarski, makedonski, poljski, bugarski, njemački, engleski, italijanski, španski, holandski, arapski, rumunski i francuski jezik. Radi kao novinar i kolumnista u uglednom sarajevskom magazinu BH Dani. Živi u Sarajevu.


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