He is one of the most artful and eloquent authors of postwar Europe. Visit our Beautiful Books page and find lovely books for kids, photography lovers and more. He wrote for the Vidici Magazine. Masha rated it it was amazing Dec 30, In he published his first two novels, Mansarda and Psalam His fiction — including The Encyclopedia of the Dead and A Tomb for Boris Davidovich — established him as one of the original writers of postwar Europe. Ana rated it it was amazing Jan 27, Ajvanajn rated it liked adnilo Mar 04, He spent most of his life in Danipo — until his last decade which he spent between France and Belgrade. Lists with This Book.
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Young Danilo saw his father as a traveler and a writer. On January 20, , gendarmes and troops invaded Novi Sad, and two days later, gendarmes massacred thousands of Jews in their homes and around the city. Eduard managed to survive, only because the hole in the ice where the gendarmes were dumping the bodies of the dead became so clogged with bodies that the commanders called for the officers to stop the killing.
However, in mid authorities began to deport Jews en masse to concentration camps. Eduard, along with many of his relatives, died in Auschwitz. He graduated in as the first student at the University of Belgrade to be awarded a degree in comparative literature. In he published his first two novels, Mansarda translated as The Garret and Psalm He held the position until In that period, he translated several French books into Serbo-Croatian.
Critics also attacked the novel for its alleged Marxist themes. In the book, he accused his critics of parroting nationalist opinions and of being anti-literary. The case was eventually dismissed in March , but not after it drew substantial attention from the public.
In he published The Encyclopedia of the Dead. He died a month later, on October 15, The shooting took place in Israel. The program was broadcast after his death, in the spring of , and was his last work. The worlds he constructed in his narratives, while he distanced himself from pure mimesis, were still constructed to be believable.
Cox Psalm 44, novel ; translated as Psalm 44 by John K.
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