5 edition of Five modern Yugoslav plays found in the catalog.
|Statement||edited with an introduction by Branko Mikasinovich.|
|LC Classifications||PG551.E5 F58 1977|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 339 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||339|
|LC Control Number||88207481|
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Genre/Form: Translations Translations into English: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Five modern Yugoslav plays.
New York: Cyrco Press, © Branko Mikasinovich (born November 6, ) is a scholar of Yugoslav and Serbian literature as well as a noted Slavist.
He has edited "Introduction to Yugoslav Literature" (Twayne, ), a representative anthology of modern Yugoslav prose and poetry in English; "Five Modern Yugoslav Plays" (Cyrco Press, ), a unique collection of plays written between and ; "Modern Yugoslav Satire 5/5(1).
BRANKO MIKASINOVICH is a scholar of Yugoslav and Serbian literature as well as a noted Slavist. He has edited many anthologies of Yugoslav and Serbian literature, among whose are Introduction to Yugoslav Literature, Five Modern Yugoslav Plays, Modern Yugoslav Satire, Yugoslav Fantastic Prose, Serbian Fantastic Prose, and Yugoslavia: Crisis and : Dejan Stojanovic.
During the s, Yugoslav science fiction scene annually brought about twenty-five new titles by Yugoslav authors. About one third of science fiction titles in this period, both Yugoslav and translated, were published as a part of Dnevnik's X SF series.
The book is a little bit hard to follow at some The author mixes his personal account with testimonials from victims and lots of analyses of the political negotiations.
He is able to build a coherent case of how the political leaders (from Yugoslavia and internationally, specially Germany) cynically led the region to ultimate disaster/5.
Branko Mikasinovich (born November 6, ) is one of the foremost scholars of Yugoslav and Serbian literature and a noted has edited Introduction to Yugoslav Literature (Twayne, ), the most representative anthology of modern Yugoslav prose and poetry in English; Five Modern Yugoslav Plays (Cyrco Press, ), a unique collection of plays written between and ; Modern.
Branko Mikasinovich is the author of Serbian Fantastic Prose ( avg rating, 4 ratings, 0 reviews, published ), Selected Serbian Comedies ( avg /5(4). Miroslav Krleža was a giant of Yugoslav literature, yet remarkably little of his writing has appeared in English.
In a body of work that spans more than five dozen books, including novels, short stories, plays, poetry, and essays, Krleža steadfastly pursued a radical humanism and artistic integrity.
He edited Introduction to Yugoslav Literature (Twayne, ), a representative anthology of modern Yugoslav prose and poetry in English; Five Modern Yugoslav Plays (Cyrco Press, ), a unique collection of plays written between and ; Modern Yugoslav Satire (Cross-Cultural Communications, ), which was selected for "Best Titles of Born: November 6, (age 80), Belišće, Kingdom of.
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Crnobrnja discusses in detail the part of the drama most visible to the world -- the rapid dissolution of the country following civil war and internationalization. He emphasizes the dichotomy between the lack of compromise on the part of the Yugoslav participants and the natural tendency to compromise that characterizes both the European Communities and the processes and actions of the United.
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Five Yugoslav classics by Stephen Schwartz. On works by Kiš, Andrić, Krleža, Selimović & Crnjanski. Share. The world knows that the former Yugoslavia boasted numerous good writers, in the same way that it produced remarkable films and, recently, even more notable ethnic demagogues and frightful wars.
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His coverage of the fall of communism in was widely acclaimed and led to the writing of his first book, The Rebirth of the Yugoslav crisis of the early s, he was the Central Europe correspondent for the BBC World Service.4/5(2). They're still here somewhere, in this air, in this space.
Things like that don't just vanish. (from Shades of Babel) Goran Stefanovski () was an internationally recognised ex-Yugoslav playwright. Four of his five plays published here have never been available in English : Goran Stefanovski.Martin Puchner is the H. Gordon Garbedian Professor of English and Comparative Literature at Columbia University and the author of Stage Fright: Modernism, Anti-Theatricality, and Drama (Hopkins, ) and Poetry of the Revolution: Marx, Manifestos, and the Avant-Gardes (Princeton, ), winner of the James Russell Lowell Prize for best book, awarded by the Modern Language Association.